This chapter considers the dialogical differences between drama teachers and Dramatherapists through the lenses of education and therapy consider the similarities they share with reference to aspects of the field work that was carried out as part of their research. Qualitative survey responses from teachers and therapists will be included to assist in this debate and critical discourse analysis will be employed as a way of focusing on the dialogues between drama education and Dramatherapy. The chapter examines the discourses used within the field work in the light of drama in education and Dramatherapy. On a macro level they are connected to both the wider context of the individual school institution and the wider cultural and economic environment. On a micro level, they are also connected to individual teacher/therapists and their own training and personal prejudices, which are themselves connected to the wider environment.