Psychodrama Event

Psychodrama Introduction - Essence, Experience and Learning - Perth

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Come and participate in a Psychodrama workshop conducted by experienced group practitioners. Psychodrama is an active and enlivening method which aims to increase spontaneity, strengthen relationships and build community. 

Spontaneity is a foundation concept of the psychodrama method. It involves the ability to respond to people and situations in a lively, authentic and thoughtful way. It involves letting go of the old and moving into new ways of being. Spontaneity flourishes in an atmosphere of experimentation and playfulness, and enables us to bring forward our creative abilities, and to move into the unknown with courage and confidence

Psychodrama is essentially about developing yourself and the quality of your relationships through your spontaneity and creativity. The best way to understand the effectiveness of psychodrama is to experience it. This series of workshops is designed to give you an opportunity to experience psychodrama, to gain new perspectives of ourselves and of others, and develop concrete ways of applying it in your world.

Psychodrama involves principles of group-work processes and group dynamics. The themes emerge from the group, and this cultivates each person’s ability to become fully engaged with each other and the group work. Exploration of both theory and practice is achieved using story-telling, action methods, reflection and expression.

Psychodrama is applicable in workplaces, community, therapeutic and personal situations, and contributes to both personal and professional development. If you're a professional educator, manager, HR / organisational change agent, counsellor, teacher, facilitator, psychotherapist, social worker, trainer, or related creative arts, you will find this workshop of benefit.

Participants will discover the relevance of psychodrama for their own professional work with individuals and groups, as well as gaining new insights and abilities for their own lives.

Comfortable clothing recommended - Tea and Coffee and snacks Provided

Registration limited to 12 participants.

For further information and Registration Contact Helen Phelan hjphelan@iinet.net.au Ph:0407225116 

or Kevin Franklin kevfrank@westnet.com.au

We would appreciate payment before the session : BSB: 036041 Acct No: 284884

For the Diary: The next Sessions: Thursdays -  26 Sept, 10 Oct, 24 Oct @ North Perth Lesser Hall, 24 View Street, North Perth, WA 6006

Tuesday 18th June, 2019
Start 5:00 pm
Swan House Meeting Room at Heathcote Cultural Precinct
58 Duncraig Road,
Applecross, WA 6053
Helen Phelan, Sociometrist