Ringing the Bell

I could not go through this journey without my amazing wife, Regina. She is a gift from God and I would not be the same person without her. I love you, Regina.
I could not go through this journey without my amazing wife, Regina. She is a gift from God and I would not be the same person without her. I love you, Regina.
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Drama Therapy Session Intro from Canopy Cancer Survivorship Center at Memorial Hermann, The Woodlands Medical Center


Memorial Hermann Cancer Journal, Spring 2021

Peyton’s work as a Registered Drama Therapist was recently featured in the Memorial Hermann Cancer Journal, Spring 2021. The first article describes the healing power of drama therapy and its effectiveness with cancer Thrivers. The second article shares Peyton’s personal experience as a cancer Thriver, including his struggles with the diagnosis and having hope in the midst of such challenges.

 

 

 


Drama Therapy Cancer Thriver Presentation

Peyton is a Registered Drama Therapist and facilitates drama therapy for Canopy Cancer Survivorship Center of Memorial Hermann Hospital, The Woodlands, TX. Thriving Through Drama Therapy provides a safe place to explore a variety of emotions/experiences (literally and metaphorically) and how they affect our lives on a daily basis.


Canopy Cancer Survivorship Center at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center

Featured in Hello Woodlands, Peyton shares his experience as a Registered Drama Therapist and cancer Thriver! Read full article.


Quality of Life

Join Registered Drama Therapist Peyton Welch as he winds his way through a conversation session with Host Nina, sharing what it’s like to be a Therapist and Runner at the intersection of brain cancer, surgery, epilepsy, and OCD…and the courage it takes to acknowledge the fear behind the “What Ifs”. Tune in to hear how your fellow Human engages with images of both Fear and Hope – and how you can too. To learn more about Nina Garcia – also a Registered Drama Therapist – visit Houston Creative Arts Therapy (HCAT).


Removing the Mask