”Palmos”, a non-profitable Association of Dramatic Expression and Therapy, is based in Athens, Greece. It was founded in 2005, by Lambros Yotis, psychiatrist (University of Athens, Greece) and dramatherapist (PG Dip and PhD, University of Hertfordshire, UK), theatre actor (Drama School of Athens), stage director and accredited playback theatre trainer (Centre of Playback Theatre, NY). Its members are accredited psychotherapists and professionals in social work, education and the arts, such as Dimitris Begioglou (psychotherapist, playback teacher and musician), Christina Fragiadaki (dramatherapist and actress), Christos Theocharopoulos, Vera Lardi and Margarita Kastrinou (playback and theatre actors and teachers). The aims of this association are research and action in the field that joins theatre, psychotherapy and social sensitization. Methods and techniques deriving from the art of theatre, psychiatry, psychotherapy, dramatherapy, psychodrama and social sciences are applied to meet these aims. Under the umbrella of Palmos, a number of therapeutic and artistic activities take place: psychotherapeutic and dramatherapeutic groups, seminars and workshops, experimental theatre workshops, theatre performances and playback theatre training and performances.