Drew Bird


NameDrew Bird
Job titleSenior Lecturer in Therapeutic Arts
Research instituteCollege of Arts, Humanities and Education

Research outputs

How can arts-based research in dramatic performance illuminate understanding of the therapeutic relationship?

Bird, D. 2019. How can arts-based research in dramatic performance illuminate understanding of the therapeutic relationship? Drama Therapy Review. https://doi.org/10.1386/dtr_00007_1

A heuristic model of supervision using small objects to develop the senses

Bird, D. 2019. A heuristic model of supervision using small objects to develop the senses. Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine. https://doi.org/10.33552/OJCAM.2019.01.000525

The host revisited.

Bird, D. 2018. The host revisited. Buxton Fringe Festival 2018.

An a/r/tographic exploration of engagement in theatrical performance: What does this mean for the student/teacher relationship?

Bird, D. and Tozer, Katy 2018. An a/r/tographic exploration of engagement in theatrical performance: What does this mean for the student/teacher relationship? Arts and Humanities in Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1177/1474022218787167

The host#4

Bird, D. 2018. The host#4. European Federation of Dramatherapy 4th European Dramatherapy Conference: Borders in Action, Nürtingen, Germany..

The host#3

Bird, D. 2018. The host#3. The Maypole Café Bar and Theatre.

Playback Theatre, autoethnography and generosity

Bird, D. 2017. Playback Theatre, autoethnography and generosity. Dramatherapy. https://doi.org/10.1080/02630672.2017.1291845

The host#1

Bird, D. 2016. The host#1. WeAreKunst Art Gallery, Belper.

Towards a drama therapy pedagogy: An a/r/tographic study using dramatic improvisation

Tozer, Katy and Bird, D. 2016. Towards a drama therapy pedagogy: An a/r/tographic study using dramatic improvisation. Drama Therapy Review. https://doi.org/10.1386/dtr.2.2.273_1

Formulating a model for personal and professional development using a research methodology in solo autobiographical performance

Bird, D. 2016. Formulating a model for personal and professional development using a research methodology in solo autobiographical performance. European Federation of Dramatherapy Conference 2016, Bucharest..

Heuristic Methodology in Arts-Based Inquiry of Autobiographical Therapeutic Performance

Bird, D. 2016. Heuristic Methodology in Arts-Based Inquiry of Autobiographical Therapeutic Performance. in: Palgrave Macmillan.

Fairy tales, landscapes and metaphor in supervision: An exploratory study.

Smith, Margaret E. and Bird, D. 2013. Fairy tales, landscapes and metaphor in supervision: An exploratory study. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. https://doi.org/10.1080/14733145.2013.779732

Then there were three - 'The show must go on'.

Bird, D. 2010. Then there were three - 'The show must go on'. British Association of Dramatherapists Annual Conference.
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