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Psychodrama Australia Melbourne Campus
Psychodrama Australia Melbourne Campus

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events
May
5

Led by Chris Hosking, Psychodramatist, TEP, Distinguished Member AANZPA, staff member of Psychodrama Australia's Melbourne Campus

The stage beckons and challenges each one of us to display, reflect and refresh the nature of our actions, our interactions. In this workshop we will highlight the matter of rising up, stepping forward as relevant to production, directing and leadership.

 

 

5 May 2017
10.00am - 6.00pm
189 High Street, Melbourne
May
12

This supervision group is for professionals conducting clinical work in groups and one to one settings, including psychodrama practitioners, trainees and other professionals interested in this approach.

12 May 2017
10.00am-12.00 noon
Prahran, Melbourne
Jun
3

Discover more about your own experiences in working with cultural difference. Develop greater spontaneity so you can respond well to new situations and come up with fresh responses to repetitive or confounding dynamics. We call this ‘finding your feet’.

Led by Jenny Hutt, Sociodramatist, TEP and Director of Training Melbourne Campus and Bev Hosking, Role Trainer, TEP and Director of Training, Wellington Psychodrama Training Institute

 

3 Jun 2017
10.00am - 6.00pm
189 High Street, Melbourne
Jul
1

This workshop 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.

 

1 Jul 2017
Sat-Sun 1-2 July 10am -5pm each day
, Melbourne
Sep
8

Led by Chris Hosking, Psychodramatist, TEP, Distinguished Member of AANZPA and staff member of Psychodrama Australia's Melbourne Campus

In this workshop we will refresh ourselves with the psychodrama method and how this method can assist us as directors, protagonists and auxiliaries to be actively productive in our lives.

8 Sep 2017
10.00am - 6.00pm
189 High Street, Melbourne

Current and Past Events

Current and Past Events
Mar
18

This multi-level training group 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 September* which are also open to a wider group of participants.

18 Mar 2017
10.30am-6.00pm (May and September 10am-6.00pm)
189 High Street, Melbourne
Mar
3

Clinical Supervision Group: Using action methods theory and practice

This supervision group is for professionals conducting clinical work in groups and one to one settings, including psychodrama practitioners, trainees and other professionals interested in this approach.
 

3 Mar 2017
10.00am-12.00 noon
Prahran, Melbourne
Feb
25

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.

25 Feb 2017
Sat and Sun 10.00am - 5.00pm
Corner Stewart St & Roberts St, Melbourne
Oct
7

A supervision group for professionals conducting clinical work in groups and one to one settings, including psychodrama practitioners, trainees and other professionals interested in this approach.

 

7 Oct 2016
2.30 - 4.30pm
Prahran, Melbourne
Oct
1

Developing presence and the capacity to work with the emerging life in ourselves and others is the focus of this weekend. It is an essential aspect of the practice of the psychodrama method and of the training process at Psychodrama Australia.

1 Oct 2016
Saturday and Sunday 1-2 October 10.00am - 5.00pm
189 High Street, Melbourne
Sep
24

Belonging is fundamental to us as human beings. We have a strong desire to belong, to be ourselves, to be at ease and accepted in a place or community. We come to discover more of who we are through being with others. Yet belonging and not belonging are not always simple experiences.

This workshop focuses on your own belonging and your capacity to generate experiences of belonging for others. In approaching these complex areas of life, sociodrama offers a space – outside the home, workplace, public and social media – to come to grips with your experiences and concerns as a member of society and as a global citizen. A group context and active methods are used for this exploration.

You will experience and learn how sociodrama can be used to open out areas of social and cultural life for deeper consideration.

Leaders: Bev Hosking and Jenny Hutt

24 Sep 2016
Saturday and Sunday 24-25 September 10.00am - 5.30pm
189 High Street, Melbourne
Sep
2

A psychodrama training workshop led by Chris Hosking

Friday, Saturday and Sunday 2-4 September 10am-6pm

This workshop is designed for trainees who wish to sharpen their awareness of and enlarge their ability to respond to the sociometric networks in a group. In the field of sociometry it is recognised that these feeling networks are powerful factors that affect the vitality and nature of group culture.

2 Sep 2016
10am-6pm each day
189 High Street, Melbourne
Jul
22

This supervision group is for professionals conducting clinical work in groups and one to one settings, including psychodrama practitioners, trainees and other professionals interested in this approach.

22 Jul 2016
Five sessions: July 22, 29, August 5,12,19
9 Carlton Street, Melbourne
Jul
19

Belonging is fundamental to us as human beings. We have a strong desire to belong, to be ourselves, to be at ease and accepted in a place or community. We come to discover more of who we are through being with others. Yet belonging and not belonging are not always simple experiences.

19 Jul 2016
Be there by 7.15pm, finishes 9.45pm
189 High Street, Melbourne
Jun
15

Leading a full life, moving from one thing to another, can leave us without enough space to adequately absorb, savour or share experiences which mean something to us. In a similar vein, Bushmen from the Kalahari when asked why they were refusing to continue the journey after several days walking, said ‘We are waiting for our souls to catch up’.

 

15 Jun 2016
Starts 7.15 finishes 9.45pm
189 High Street, Melbourne