Suzanne Cox
Suzanne Cox Drama Teacher and Owner

Bachelor of Education University of Melbourne. Major and Method of Teaching Drama. Victorian Institute of Teaching Registration.

Suzanne has been teaching drama for over 25 years at primary, secondary, preschool and tertiary levels. As well as working in schools, she has taught undergraduate drama teachers, delivered professional development for teachers and worked as a drama coach for children in television. She has worked as a VCE Theatre Studies written and performance examiner and is currently writing a book for the teaching of drama in the early years. In addition to teaching drama, Suzanne works for Dandelion Kids teaching social skills to children on the autism spectrum. She also makes and sells fused glass art with  Melted by Suzanne.

BPsySc (Hons), Provisional Psychologist | MPsych (Clinical) Candidate. Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, The University of Melbourne

Bethany Andrew

Beth Andrew is a provisional psychologist currently completing her clinical psychology training at the University of Melbourne. She has worked with children in education, social skills development and mental wellbeing. Beth has supported children at the Royal Children’s hospital in managing mental health challenges and worked with preschoolers in research exploring the benefits of mindfulness for young children. She has also worked for a year in social skills groups for children on the autism spectrum. Beth adores working with young people, particularly supporting children with social communication difficulties, and has an enthusiastic and energetic approach to making leaning social
skills fun.

Jacinta Keating Assistant Drama Teacher