Medically Based Clients

Houston Methodist Hospital, The Woodlands, hosts Cancer Survivors Day Celebration

Peyton, a cancer thriver, celebrates National Cancer Survivors Month with Houston Methodist Hospital, The Woodlands. As a guest speaker, he shares the benefits and healing process offered through drama therapy. Peyton facilitates a variety of sessions for patients, caregivers, and loved ones effected with different illnesses. To learn more or register for drama therapy session(s), contact H.E.A.L. (Health Education and Learning) via 936-270-2560.

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.

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.



Epilepsy Education and Group Support (E.E.G.S.)

Peyton taught a Drama Therapy workshop for E.E.G.S, an Arkansas based epilepsy support group. We focused on expressing emotions in a healthy manner, leadership, teamwork, and other important life skills. Here’s just a few photos from our workshop!

Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Burn Unit, YAR/Camp Sunshine

Peyton held a Drama Therapy workshop for Camp Sunshine and Young Adults Retreat (YAR). The organization was founded in 1991 as an attempt to promote physical and emotional healing, as well as growth and development of burned children. It now provides both adult and pediatric survivors across the state of Arkansas with an opportunity to establish lasting friendships, experience personal growth, and develop lifelong memories. Camp Sunshine and YAR are provided free of charge to the camper, as all counselors and volunteers attend on a volunteer basis. Funding is totally provided by the Arkansas Professional Fire Fighters who conduct fundraisers throughout each year to raise the thousands of dollars needed.