Restorative Justice and the Theater with Lindsey Sherwin
Lindsey is an actress, model, drama and performing arts specialist, youth development practitioner and speaker, poet, published author, and social entrepreneur. She is a world traveller having lived, studied, and worked abroad throughout Eastern Europe and the UK and taught drama and performance art in NYC, Poland, Slovakia, and Romania..
After moving back to NYC to pursue a career in Non-Profit Management and Youth Development, she worked for several large non-profit and social service agencies building and developing educational and personal development programs for youth in the foster care and juvenile justice system.
She discussed the the impact that drama therapy and the creative arts therapies have when applied as intervention techniques toward improving social and emotional learning skills, personal development outcomes, and behavior change catered to diverse multi cultural youth populations.
For more about Lindsey visit her website here.
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