The Art of Slow * 25-26 February
When we slow down sufficiently to open out the momentary events that make up our experience, we can be present to the emerging life in ourselves and others. Aspects of these moments can be amplified, the unsaid spoken, the barely conscious brought into awareness. New perspectives can be generated.
This workshop uses the psychodrama method to develop the art of slowing down in the company of others. Participants can expect to generate a range of experiences of the psychodrama method and to become familiar with the training approach taken at Melbourne Campus.
It will be of interest to people who wish to expand their capacity to work with individuals and groups and to those who wish to develop greater flexibility and efficacy in their professional and personal lives.
The workshop is highly recommended for people wishing to enroll in the 2017 Training Program.
Hilde Knottenbelt is a Psychodramatist with over 25 years experience as a teacher, trainer and educator in experiential learning. Hilde leads originally devised Creative Voice groups in the community using vocal improvisation and story telling. She works in private practice as a counsellor, supervisor and coach with a range of people including creative professionals.
The training run by Psychodrama Australia Melbourne 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 <http://www.anzpa.org/>
If you have further questions about psychodrama or psychodrama training you can:
1) Send us a general enquiry or question through our email by clicking here; <https://www.psychodramaaustralia.edu.au/contact-us>
2) Browse our Frequently Asked Questions <https://www.psychodramaaustralia.edu.au/faq>
3) Contact Jenny Hutt on 0419 001 691 or Hilde Knottenbelt on 0419 192 187