We are honored to have the opportunity to teach in South East Asia, as well as the United States and Canada, and to have taught at Burlington College for many years, where we worked with both undergraduate and graduate students in the arts, Interdisciplinary Studies, and psychology. We frequently offer training through JourneyWorks.
Our teaching often addresses issues of inclusion. For instance, during the summer of 2015, at the International Playback Theatre Conference in Montreal, we taught a workshop about integrating persons with disabilities into Playback Theatre companies.
In September of 2015, Jennie taught expressive arts therapies and Playback in diverse settings in India and Hong Kong, and presented our work, on using toy theatre in therapy, at the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association international conference in Hong Kong. In November, she co-taught a Playback workshop and a mask making workshop at the Expressive Therapies summit in New York City.
Michael Spent the Fall of 2015 working with graduate students and being a guest speaker in undergraduate classes.
For the last decade, Jennie has taught Expressive Therapy and Playback in Bangladesh, South India, Indonesia, and Hong Kong, as well as across the United States.
Michael has made two trips to South Asia, presenting on Indigenous issues, the use of shamanic techniques for clinicians, educators, and health care workers, and Playback theatre.
We have spent many wonderful hours working with Yours Truly Theatre in Bangalore, India.