AUS Alumnus Todd Kulczyk Brings Antiochian Drama Therapy to Iceland

AUS Couple and Family Therapy with Drama Therapy alumnus Todd Kulczyk is thriving as a psychotherapist and drama therapist in Iceland. After graduating in 2016, Kulczyk became licensed as an LMFTA in Washington State, but moved to Iceland to be with his husband.

He currently works as a psychotherapist and drama therapist with individuals, couples, and families through multiple organizations in Iceland, including Samökin 78 (an LGBTQIA+ organization), Hallgrímskirkja (a Lutheran church), and his private practice, Therapy Cooperative. A natural leader, Kulczyk was nominated to join the Association of Family Therapists in Iceland board in September, and now he’s on their committee to create educational standards for family therapy licensure in Iceland. He is also on the steering committee for the Nordic Art Therapies Conference for 2018.

Kulczyk was also invited by the University of Iceland to lead a two-day workshop on creative interventions with couples and families in November 2017. He also recently led Distant Voices, a drama therapy project that uses “an interactive narrative to visually recount stories of immigrants and asylum seekers allowing insight into different realities and experiences,” which was performed by the Icelandic community.

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