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Psychodrama Australia Melbourne Campus

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events
Aug
20

20-21 August

with Bev Hosking and Jenny Hutt

This workshop offers an opportunity to examine your experiences of coming to grips with racism. Our aim is to create the space for exploration and discovery and for appreciating the challenges and possibilities you may be facing. You will have the opportunity to generate fresh insights and build your resourcefulness.

20 Aug 2022
10am-5.30 Saturday 10am-5pm Sunday
2 Minona Street, Melbourne
Oct
15

15-16 October

with Hilde Knottenbelt

15 Oct 2022
10.00am-5.00pm Sat & Sun 15-16 October
2 Minona Street, Melbourne

Current and Past Events

Current and Past Events
Jun
25

25-26 June

with Hilde Knottenbelt

This 2-day workshop will involve participants in psychodramatic explorations stimulated by the objects that make up our material worlds.  Objects that connect us to lived experience, from the mundane to the sacred.

 

25 Jun 2022
10.00am-5.00pm Sat & Sun 25-26 June
2 Minona Street, Melbourne
May
13

13-15 May (3 days)

with Chris Hosking

Sociometry has at its core a vision of cohesive groups, interpersonal mutuality and a stable society. Sociometry guides us to explore the psycho-social networks and deeper or hidden structures that affect the groups in which we live and work. 

13 May 2022
10am-5.30 Friday & Saturday 10am-5pm Sunday
2 Minona Street, Melbourne
Mar
5

with Hilde Knottenbelt, Jenny Hutt, Liz Marks and Chris Hosking

This mutli-level training group over 8 weekends in 2022 at the Melbourne Campus is an AANZPA accredited training program.

It is for new trainees at the core curriculum level and for trainees at intermediate

and advanced levels of training. It incorporates a workshop in September*

which may be open to a wider group of participants.

 

 

5 Mar 2022
10am-5.30pm each training day
Minona Street, Melbourne
Feb
5

5-6 February 2022

with Hilde Knottenbelt

Participants will be invited to relate to moments of pause, where we stop to notice what’s in and around us. From simple moments of experiencing, to moments that hold great complexity, we will take the time to stay with, to dis-cover and to re-cover our senses. It is an opportunity to slow down and relate to our present exchanges with kin, with strangers, with ourselves and with the living world and what matters to each of us.

Attendance at this workshop partially fulfils the application requirements for people intending to enrol in the 2022 Psychodrama Training Program at the Melbourne Campus.

 
5 Feb 2022
10am-5pm Saturday and Sunday 5-6 February 2022
2 Minona Street, Melbourne
Oct
23

With Hilde Knottenbelt

23-24 October 2021

Online workshop

 

23 Oct 2021
10am-12pm and 2-4pm Saturday and Sunday 23-24 October
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Sep
4

with Bev Hosking and Jenny Hutt

4-5 September

More details to come

4 Sep 2021
4-5 September 10am- 5.30pm
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Aug
13

Sociometry Training Workshop (3 days)

with Chris Hosking

13-15 August 

 

13 Aug 2021
10.00-5.30pm Friday & Saturday, 10.00-5.00 Sunday
2 Minona Street, Melbourne
May
14

Psychodrama Training Workshop (3 days)

with Jenny Hutt and Hilde Knottenbelt

14-16 May

Over these three days, participants will be engaged experientially in spontaneity training and the practice and art of psychodrama production. It will involve play, practice, demonstrations, teaching and reflection.  Pre-reading will be provided.

 

14 May 2021
2 Minona Street, Melbourne
Mar
20

This multi-level training group over eight weekends in 2021 at the Melbourne

Campus is an AANZPA accredited training program.

It is for new trainees at the core curriculum level and for trainees at intermediate

and advanced levels of training. It incorporates workshops in May* and August*

which are also open to a wider group of participants.

20 Mar 2021
10.00am-5.30pm Sat, Sun
2 Minona Street, Melbourne
Feb
27

No matter how skilful we might become at turning our attention to the present moment as facilitators,

group leaders, therapists, coaches, and co-creators, we can never capture 'presence' as an artefact,

to be stored up for later use. Presence remains a thing of the moment: ephemeral and emergent,

requiring our attention and intention, and a commitment to enter the unknown.

'Chopping wood and carrying water' refers to a willingness to repeatedly be open to what is.

It includes being open to the possibility of generating fresh experiences and

integrating them into our being and our actions in the world.

27 Feb 2021
10am-5pm Saturday and Sunday 27-28 February 2021
2 Minona Street, Melbourne