This chapter looks at the underlying theory and the group application of both Neuro-Dramatic-Play (NDP) and Embodiment-Projection-Role (EPR) and how they can be facilitated for social and emotional growth, particularly with children who struggle with their communication and behaviour. NDP is the earliest embodied development that commences six months before birth and continues until six months after birth. It is characterised by sensory, rhythmic and dramatic play and influences the growth of healthy attachments. EPR is a developmental paradigm that uniquely follows the progression of dramatic play from birth to seven years. During the Embodiment (E) stage people can see how the child's early experiences are physicalised and are mainly expressed through bodily movement and the senses. The child develops security and trust, through the early physical attachment of NDP: sensory, rhythmic and dramatic playfulness, that then flow into a relaxed, attuned relationship.