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So What do you do for a living?

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I am finishing graduate school in less than 2 months(!) as a drama therapist. What is drama therapy? It's psychotherapy using drama as a tool to help people work out their issues and develop self awareness etc. Many times it begins with talk therapy and then moves into storytelling,role-playing, embodiment, writing poetry etc.

 

Currently I am doing therapy with chronic mentally ill adults in an intensive psychiatric rehabilitation treatment unit. I love my job it's incredibly rewarding and definately wild at times. Once I graduate I will be focusing on dual disgnosis/substance abuse populations.

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I'm a disability case manager for a large international insurance company. I have a degree in kinesiology and love what I studied! I apply my education to my current job by developing safe graduated return to work plans to help people return to work after injury or illness. I also spend a lot of time reading medical reports...the other case managers I work with are nurses, physios, massage therapists and chiros. I love my co workers, but the job can be tough on the emotions at times....

 

I would love to switch gears and begin working in health promotion...my goal is to begin a masters in health promotion in 2010.

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I am a Human Resources Business Partner by day and a Graduate Student by night. I will graduate with a Masters in Human Resource Managment in August 2009 (YEAH it almost over).

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I'm going to be a teacher as soon as I pass the second part of the Licensure Test LOL ...but I did just graduate with my Masters degree in Educational Leadership. Yay me!

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I'm going to be a teacher as soon as I pass the second part of the Licensure Test LOL ...but I did just graduate with my Masters degree in Educational Leadership. Yay me!

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