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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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We live our lives in a busy, worldly, multicultural city on a blue planet at the edge of the galaxy. And while many of us are not religious, “sacred” experiences in our everyday lives can often delight and sustain us.
In this experiential workshop you will be invited to reflect on moments in your life which you might call sacred. There will be a chance to participate as some of these experiences are explored in action. You are likely to come away with an enriched view of yourself and others and our inner worlds.
11-13 September (3 days)
Many groups face the challenge of creating a culture in the world that will enhance our development, and be a community of learning, where there is mutual respect and interest. For creativity to flourish in a group, attention needs to be paid to the emerging interpersonal dynamics. If these are anticipated, valued and understood, the likelihood increases of individual and group purposes being achieved.
This workshop is for facilitators who want to build or expand their repertoire of action methods and integrate fresh perspectives into their practice. It is relevant to those facilitating learning, team building, reviews, consultations, strategic planning and public dialogue.
In this evening session you are invited to explore your experiences of a place called home, by participating in or watching a number of brief enactments. Likely to be engrossing, poignant and rich, this session is open to anyone interested in experiencing and observing psychodrama, sociodrama and action methods.
This workshop is an opportunity to extend and refine your practice as an individual counsellor and psychotherapist. You can expect to learn how and where new principles can be applied in one-to-one counselling and therapy.
You can expect modelling and teaching of a number of approaches, small group activities where you can practise in groups, and some supervision in the whole group. The overall approach will be playful and active.
The workshop is for experienced practitioners seeking to focus and refine their work and for beginners or newcomers to counselling and psychodrama as well. Your learning will be applicable to a wide range of clients.
This session is open to anyone interested in experiencing and observing psychodrama and action methods.
Register here and pay at the door.
This session is open to anyone interested in observing and experiencing psychodrama and action methods.
8-10 May (3 days)
Role training is an effort to help us perform adequately in future situations. It is a method of learning that aims to bring about a rise in the spontaneity level of an individual and combine this with practice of a new expression.
This multi-level training runs over eight weekends between March and November.
It is accredited by AANZPA and PACFA.