Psychodrama Australia Adelaide Campus will be offering a training program in 2017 which will be run by Dr Tony Densley and Margie Abbott. There will be additional training opportunities advertised later in the year.
Different perspectives on Group Work will be explored and in particular the work of W.R Bion and the Focal Conflict Model by Whitaker and Lieberman. Jacob Moreno observed when working with groups that "in a group each person becomes a therapeutic agent for the other, that there is a potential for healing through a vast variety of sociometric interconnections among group members." (Dayton 2005 p.137)
This is our second Open Night for the year and we invite all who are interested in learning a little more about psychodrama. to come and to bring your friends.
Trainees will have adequate opportunity in this workshop to lead vignettes and dramas under supervision. As the image of the mandala implies there is a lot of colour' that can emerge when people work together with a leader who is willing to have a go; stay connected to the protagonist and is willing to experiment with a wide range of reponses to group concerns and group leadership. As in all of the workshops presented this year there will be opportunities to refresh and revise previosuly learned subject areas and skills.
Imagine how warmed up you will be by the end of this training workshop as you explore your own development within the group to aspire to new attitudes, behaviour and resolution of conflict. This will enable applications in your life and work. Integrating a new functioning of your behaviour and attitudes in daily life is a task worth undertaking and your 'creative genius' bursting into new life within you will guide you. You will learn how to warm the group up to a wide range of situations as you direct and lead during this weekend. In the Theatre of Spontaneity Jacob Moreno taught people to unfreeze their familar ways of working and freed them to act and interact on the spur of the moment.
Come along to learn more about psychodrama. All welcome.
In 2016 our training group together with others focussed on building a culture in which relationships flourish, where we are able to live and work. Passion and kindness go hand in hand along with a vision of creative living.Continuing this theme in 2017 we will learn to reflect on ways to create a new vital culture in the world. The apllication of the psychodramatic method will be our main focus.
Current and Past Events
A wonderful opportunity to meet others committed to the method and developing your capacity.
Our second training workshop is coming up in March.
Psychodrama Training in Adelaide accepts beginners; intermediate and advanced trainees committed to learning and applying the method.
The training provides grounding in the theory and practice of psychodrama and offers opportunity for practice; writing and reflection.
This workshop concludes the training opportunities from the Adelaide Campus for 2015.
Three day training workshop October 9-11 2015 with Annette Fisher and Rob Brodie
An opportunity for you to transform your experience of work; expand your repertoire of skills in self-reflection and practice by ongoing training in psychodrama.
Welcome to a Mid-winter workshop that will enable you to develop your spontaneity and creativity and expand your repertoire of skills in both your personal and professional life.
Welcome to this workshop which is part of Adelaide Campus training in psychodrama and offers applications for personal and professional life.
This training workshop offers you an opportunity to transform your experience of work, expand your repertoire of skills in self-reflection and practice by learning the essentials of psychodrama.
Welcome to our first training workshop for 2015-an opportunity to transform your experience of work; expand your repertoire of skills in self-reflection and practice by learning the essentials of the action method.