This workshop is for leaders and other change agents who wish to refine their abilities to work creatively in action within their organisation, community, or system of choice in which they work and live. This work will suit community and organisational leaders or professionals who work with them, HR practitioners, team or organisational developers, community group leaders and members, managers who are keen to understand the complexities of their workplace.
Your ability to design and create interventions into the culture and dynamics of organisations or any social system depends a lot on what you give your attention to and what you make of what is happening in front of you. Sociodrama is a method through which you will become more aware of the underlying dynamics and the different social forces at work in those situations, and better understand the parts you play and your points of influence in the system being investigated. The sociodramatic method is designed to bring many of these dynamics and forces in a visible physical form that makes them possible to deal with. Sociodrama may be used as an effective method to improve individual, team, group or community capabilities to think, collaborate, and imagine together. The workshop will stimulate participants' capacity to think, collaborate, and imagine with one another.
What you can expect
Participants will be invited to make progress in the situations they face, by
- setting out and investigating their organisational, community, work and family systems
- experiencing the relationships and dynamics operating from different points of view
- making working hypotheses of the systems displayed and design possible interventions
- refining interventions and further develop their action plans
- expanding role repertoires as wise revolutionaries and change agents
- engaging with individualised development that may arise in response to undertaking this demanding and complex work
Training hours are recognized by all Psychodrama Australia Campuses, which are accredited by the AANZPA Board of Examiners. AANZPA is a founding member of PACFA.
Dates: 2016 June Sat 11th 10.30 am – 6.00 pm, Sunday 12th 9.00 am – 6.00 pm and Monday 13th 9.00 am – 4.00 pm
Venue: Moreno 45 Clarence St, Coorparoo, BRISBANE, 4151
Cost: $450 deposit $100
This program is included in both Core training and Intermediate and Advanced training schedule.
For further information on sociodrama, or related action method, please check out our Frequently Asked Questions by clicking here.
The training run though Psychodrama Australia Brisbane campus is accredited through the Australian and Aotearoa New Zealand Psychodrama Association Inc (AANZPA). For further details either click on the logo below or go to their website at www.aanzpa.org. If you have further questions about psychodrama or psychodrama training you could 1) Send us a general enquiry or question through our email by clicking here; 2) Browse our Frequently Asked Questions 3) or contact Peter directly on 0411 873 851 or Diz on 0411 876 969.