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Christian Dixon was born in England, UK to Jamaican parents and studied professional acting at The Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London.

He then went on to play roles in the West End and played a leading role for The Royal Shakespeare Company before embarking on a dual career as a drama therapist.


He completed his training at The University of Hertfordshire and graduated in 1996.


Christian then specialised in working with children and young people in schools before working with adults with complex mental health difficulties at Charing Cross and Middlesex hospitals in Central and Greater London.

Since graduating as a professional dramatherapist over 25 years ago, Christian has worked with and supported many other human problems and concerns including eating disorders, relationships, racism, gender, sexual, physical and emotional abuse, sexuality, self-harm, suicidal ideations, depression, anxieties, phobias, post-traumatic stress disorders, narcissism, bullying and more across all age groups, genders, races and religious faiths. 

He has written a published clinical paper, delivered many international workshops and won several awards, founded the multi-award winning: Arts of Change counselling and therapy service where he is CEO, in the West Midlands, England and teaches American adult students at Florida State University.


Christian completed his professional training to become a qualified Clinical Supervisor at The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama on their CAST training programme and is regulated by The Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) a full member of the British Association for Dramatherapists and is a fellow of The Royal Society of Arts.



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