Arts, mental health and global developments

Hi and thanks for visiting my page. My name is Jorine Beck and I’m a dramatherapist and artist. I specialize in therapy and arts projects where the arts meet mental health and global developments.


What I Do


Dramatherapy is an accredited form of arts psychotherapy that draws upon the arts, drama and psychological models to support mental health.

Protest Art

Protest is beautiful. Under the name PrettyPolitical I give viewers food for thought about the global challenges of our time.

Art facilitation

I am passionate about engaging audiences to be active changemakers. I run workshops and performative art projects.

Meet me better

Some facts about me


years experience as dramatherapist


Arts Therapies Drama


Theatre & Global Development


arts projects for change

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Client loved the therapy”

‘Dramatherapy with Jorine has given him a space for his emotions and feelings to be explored. Client has been talking more about his lived experiences and the conflict he has about them. He has utilised the therapy in many ways.’

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Delightful art with a political twist”

‘Every PrettyPolitical piece has a beautiful simple, fresh design with an original, strong and humoristic political message.’

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Fun and engaging art workshops”

‘I look forward to the workshops so much, they’re fun and creative!’

Blog posts

behind the scenes

Creative Therapy Taster Sessions

Get Creative and Feel Good: Free Creative Therapy Taster sessions with dramatherapist & Artist Jorine. Especially for children and young people 4-17YO to support them through the COVID 19 crisis. Learn more HERE  

solo exhibition Pretty Political at Anchor Gallery Birmingham

Solo exhibition at Anchor Gallery

‘I found that running an exhibition is a great invitation for the audience to take the time to really ponder about your work’ In the fall of 2018 my work was accepted as the first female solo exhibitor at Anchor Gallery. The Gallery Anchor Gallery had already successfully ran pop-up art galleries across Birmingham, with … Continue reading

Publications: (maga)zines

What better way to reach diverse audiences than to share your work with zines and magazines? Some thoughts and examples on publications. The Scribe The first step in sharing my work My uni (University of Leeds) happened to have a great little arts zine called The Scribe, which were supportive of students who wanted to … Continue reading