Canberra - Action Techniques for working constructively with intense expression Psychodrama Training Long Weekend Workshop.

Event Cost: 
Full Fee $480 Early bird $390, for deposit $160 paid by February 25th, $230 balance due by 11th March 2022

Sydney Canberra Campus - Australian Capital Territory
Psychodrama Training Long Weekend Workshop
- Action Techniques for working constructively with intense expression.
Canberra 17-19 March  2022
In this training workshop, the focus will be on applying action techniques as a leader to intense expression and potentially traumatising situations,  by means of experiential sessions applied to daily life including work, play and relationships, with a view to increasing the capacity to rise creatively to life’s challenges. The experiential, systemic, action process known as the psychodrama method is learnt in the process.

Being a participant you can expect to be actively involved, have fun, and work hard as you enact scenes from life and imagination with the guidance of the director. People meet in depth by assisting in one-anothers' dramas and the group life. Action is involving and teaches new life-skills.
There will be some opportunities for supervised practice of directing psychodrama for psychodrama trainees.

The psychodrama method assists participants to increase their spontaneity and creativity through active participation. This participation includes group work, enactment and theoretical mini lectures. The program will assist in developing leadership and will lead to increasing abilities in relating to others.

The training assists in developing confidence in group presentations and in the development of interpersonal and group skills.
This program is designed for professional people who are involved in health, theatre, management, leadership, consultancies, coaching, mentoring , supervision, art, writing, teaching, human potential and creative therapies. The process will assist in the deepening of abilities to step into the shoes of others and this will contribute to the effectiveness of those who are therapists, counsellors, psychotherapists, health workers, managers, trainers and educators, actors, artists, writers and poet.

The learning of new skills may be emotionally challenging and participants are required to have abilities to sustain their life and are participating in areas such as studies, employment and social and creative activities.

A certificate of attendance will be given on request and may be used for points towards required professional development and psychodrama certification. The training hours are recognised by AANZPA and can lead to certification as a psychodramatist, sociodramatist, role trainer or sociometrist.
Dates & Times:  9.30am -5pm. 17-19 March  2022, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
Meals: refreshment, tea coffee provided. Bring your own lunch. .
Cost: Full Fee $480  Early bird $390, for deposit $160 paid by February 25th, $230 balance due by 17 March  2022
Electronic Banking Details: Psychodrama Australia BSB 032 020 Account 299042

Notify Robert Brodie of payment and application
Venue: McKillop House, 50 Archibald St, Lyneham ACT
Emergency Restrictions:  
If cancellation is necessary due to COVID19 restrictions, there will be some zoom sessions to opt in to, and refund of fees.  
During the course of the workshop there may be requirements and restrictions such as social distancing, mask wearing,  vaccination and other requirements in place by  ACT health authorities or venue owners.
 Robert Brodie Psychodramatist, Trainer, Educator and Practitioner (TEP), Rob is a registered counsellor and Registered Clinical Psychotherapist (PACFA) in private practice. He has provided extensive training, consultation and clinical supervision to a range of professionals and business people, face to face, individually, in groups and online. He has been President of AANZPA and a member then Secretary of its Board of Examiners. He has lectured at ACU School of Psychology on counselling and group psychotherapy. He is trainer and Director of Psychodrama Australia and a Distinguished Member of AANZPA. Further information or email.
Richard Hall is a Counselling Psychologist and Psychodramatist. He is a trained Special Education consultant and a trained teacher of the deaf. He is a director of Psychodrama Australia and conducts training and supervision in Melbourne and Canberra. Richard places high value on people becoming themselves, on inclusivity and the development of the creativity of the individual. Richard leads celebrations of life and death. He has a passion for music, has conducted an orchestra and choir for many years and is a competent trumpeter and singer. He has run personal development groups for the general public for 28 years and has an ease and flow with the psychodramatic method. He is warm and companionable and has a commitment to a humane world.
for Registration or pre-workshop interview
 Robert Brodie Mobile SMS 0409097508 
Richard Hall
 Dorothea Wojnar

Friday 11th March, 2022
Start 8:30 am
11/3/22 - 13/3/22 9:30am-5:00pm AEDT
McKillop House, 50 Archibald St, Lyneham ACT