MOVERS SHAKERS MAKERS

Ballet for the Twenty First Century - Ballet and Mental Health - The Survey Pt II

December 29, 2020 Emma Lister Season 2
MOVERS SHAKERS MAKERS
Ballet for the Twenty First Century - Ballet and Mental Health - The Survey Pt II
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MOVERS SHAKERS MAKERS
Ballet for the Twenty First Century - Ballet and Mental Health - The Survey Pt II
Dec 29, 2020 Season 2
Emma Lister

In part II of our episode on mental health and the classically trained ballet dancer, Emma Lister talks to counsellor (and ex-dancer) Terry Hyde. They discuss the symptoms and triggers of panic attacks and depression, the loss of identity that plagues dancers when they leave the profession and the danger of pushing your feelings away. Terry also speak frankly about how the dance world needs to ‘call out the bullies’.

If you missed part I of this episode, go back and listen to it now! In it, Emma is joined by cohost Zoë Ashe-Browne, they discuss a 30 question survey released to ballet dancers with questions about their mental health, training and professional life -- over 400 hundred dancers took part.

Zoë, joins us near the end of the show to put forward some constructive suggestions for the dance world based on what we've learnt.

Terry Hyde MA MBACP
www.counsellingfordancers.com

EPISODE FEEDBACK EMAIL: makeshiftcompany@gmail.com
Instagram: @makeshiftcompany
Twitter: @moshmapod

What did you think of this episode and the others in our mini series? FILLING OUT THIS 2 MIN SURVEY would really help our reflection on this episode and planning  future ones!

This mini-series  has been made possible by a grant  using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

...and here's the Theresa Ruth Howard talk that Shelby Williams referenced in Pt I.

Show Notes

In part II of our episode on mental health and the classically trained ballet dancer, Emma Lister talks to counsellor (and ex-dancer) Terry Hyde. They discuss the symptoms and triggers of panic attacks and depression, the loss of identity that plagues dancers when they leave the profession and the danger of pushing your feelings away. Terry also speak frankly about how the dance world needs to ‘call out the bullies’.

If you missed part I of this episode, go back and listen to it now! In it, Emma is joined by cohost Zoë Ashe-Browne, they discuss a 30 question survey released to ballet dancers with questions about their mental health, training and professional life -- over 400 hundred dancers took part.

Zoë, joins us near the end of the show to put forward some constructive suggestions for the dance world based on what we've learnt.

Terry Hyde MA MBACP
www.counsellingfordancers.com

EPISODE FEEDBACK EMAIL: makeshiftcompany@gmail.com
Instagram: @makeshiftcompany
Twitter: @moshmapod

What did you think of this episode and the others in our mini series? FILLING OUT THIS 2 MIN SURVEY would really help our reflection on this episode and planning  future ones!

This mini-series  has been made possible by a grant  using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

...and here's the Theresa Ruth Howard talk that Shelby Williams referenced in Pt I.