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Psychodrama Australia Adelaide Campus
Psychodrama Australia Adelaide Campus

Psychodrama Australia Adelaide Campus will be offering a training program in 2020 by staff of the campus - Tony Densley; Margie Abbott; Rob Brodie and Annie Fisher. 

 

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events
Oct
16

Psychodrama is a relational method. Dr JL Moreno the founder of psychodrama provides us with concepts and methods that enable us to recognise and articulate and apply elements and processes which constitute a relationship and enable us to participate to our mutual benefit. This workshop will focus on building a culture in which relationships flourish, where we are able to live and build, where healing and purpose can be fulfilled. The training assists in developing confidence in group presentations and in the development of interpersonal and group skills. There will be both celebration of and reflection on training in this workshop.

 

 

16 Oct 2020
16th October 6pm-9pm 17th October 9.30am-3.30pm
17 Pennington Tce, Pennington

Current and Past Events

Current and Past Events
Jun
14

This training workshop will invite the trainee to consider the work of Virginia Satir, family therapist to explore the meaning of and the application and integration of systems theory in sociometry, organizations, role theory, family therapy and group work. The systems focus assists enormously the warm-up of the person you are with. It means that when theres a system focus that individual starts to develop a fluid warm-upthey can relate to the different elements of the system and they are affected immediately by the different elements of the system.The Living Spirit of the Psychodramatic Method (2004 Clayton and Carter p.147)

 

 

 

14 Jun 2019
June 14th 6pm-9pm 27th June 15th 9.30am-3.30pm
17 Pennington Tce, Pennington
Apr
26

Trainees ability to make assessments will be enhanced during this workshop. There will be opportunities to investigate how the psychodramatic method can assist people who are anxious and depressed to warmup creatively and spontaneously to life. Trainees will familiarise themselves with what leads to anxiety and depression? Waking up to spontaneity and creativity can help to unblock repressed emotions and create healing.

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders,  DSM-V, will be introduced as one resource among many  during the weekend and a YouTube The Five Main Anxiety Disorderswill be used as a warm up to introducing the topic.

 

26 Apr 2019
26th April 6pm-9pm 27th April 9.30am-3.30pm
17 Pennington Tce, Pennington
Mar
1

Psychodrama is a relational  method. Dr JL Moreno the founder of psychodrama provides us with concepts and methods that enable us to recognise and articulate and apply elements and processes which constitute a relationship and enable us to participate to our mutual benefit.  In this workshop participants will be able to investigate in detail what is involved in a healthy constructive relationship. Capacity to apply and practise these insights will be an integral part of the workshop.

1 Mar 2019
Friday 7.30-9.30, Saturday 9.30 – 5.00, Sunday 9.30 – 5.00
17 Pennington Tce, Pennington
Feb
15

In this first workshop we will explore and explain the Morenian stages of individual development: matrix of identity, the double, the mirror and role reversal. The associated specific psychodramatic techniques, doubling, mirroring and role reversal, will be applied.

In The Living Spirit of the Psychodramatic Method (2004) Max Clayton, who up until his death in March 2013, was a psychodramatist and trainer in Australia, and many other countries, reflects on how he develops a strong warm up to the stages of development from a psychodramatic point of view.  Re the Matrix of Identity, Max notes that at a very young age a person starts to become aware of themselves in a variety of situations. We can think of a person who has developed a strong trust in life, they start to generate an awareness of things happening around them and they become aware of their own actions and sometimes become more aware of their own experience.” (Clayton & Carter 2004 p.46)

 

 

15 Feb 2019
15th Feb 6pm-9pm 16th Feb 9.30am-3.30pm
17 Pennington Tce, Pennington
Feb
14

Review and define the 5 basic elements of psychodrama (director, auxiliaries, audience, stage; protagonist). This training session involves supervised practice, working in the here-and-now of the group and developing the capacity to enter into the worlds of others experientially.

 

14 Feb 2019
14th Feb 6pm-9pm 15th Feb 9.30am-3.30pm
17 Pennington Tce, Pennington
Nov
9

Attitudes, Values and Concerns - Sociodrama - Navigating Multiple Relationships.
Boundaries, professional ethics, sex, money, conflicts of interest, dual relationships. In traditional societies these complicated matters are closely codified and norms taught and enforced. We live in a society where the traditional protocols between individuals no longer apply and are not passed on, even where there is token acceptance. This often bewildering and painful maze demands sophisticated abilities to negotiate.
Participating in this workshop will alert participants to potential conflicts of interest in their own world and in that of those around them. Action investigation and role-reversal, and perhaps some healing, will feature as we seek to develop more adequacy in navigating these cross currents.

9 Nov 2018
November 9-11 Friday 7pm-9pm; Saturday, Sunday 9.30am – 5.30pm.
17 Pennington Terrace, Pennington
Sep
14

This workshop will primarily be a group experience for participants and trainees to continue to develop confidence in leading a group and taking leadership in a variety of ways.  The fire image above inspires us to create and ignite sparks of creativity in leading a group and taking leadership.

14 Sep 2018
14th September 6.00pm-9.00pm 15th September 9.30am-3.30pm
17 Pennington Terrace, Pennington
Aug
3

This training weekend will focus on spontaneity training and role theory as energetic and vigorous ways to learn about personality and to make personality assessments. 

3 Aug 2018
3rd August 6.00pm-9.00pm 4th August 9.30am-3.30pm
17 Pennington Terrace, Pennington
Jun
29

The training workshop will focus on encounter as a way to meet the challenges of conflict, difference and changes in tele between one another from moment to moment.

29 Jun 2018
June 29th 6.00pm-9.00pm June 30th 9.30am-3.30pm
17 Pennington Terrace, Pennington
May
4

Our social atom changes over time. This weekend will explore questions of meaning such as whom do I choose in my personal network of trusted companions to ‘remain on the front foot’? Diana Jones Leadership Material; How Personal Expereince shapes Executive Presence (2017)

 

What do I want to change, expand, let go to develop a strong sense of belonging in the world, sense of identity and spiritual wellbeing?

 

4 May 2018
May 4th 6.00pm-9.00pm May 5th 9.30am-3.30pm
17 Pennington Terrace, Pennington