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.
Current and Past Events
7-8 February (2 day workshop)
Experience how the psychodrama method awakens and strengthens capacities for living creatively.
An experiential workshop which introduces participants to the psychodrama method.
A workshop designed to engender extra integration of the theory and practice of the psychodrama method for trainees at the advanced level. It is for advanced trainees from Melbourne and interstate.
This training workshop offers an experience of how the psychodrama method assists people to awaken and strengthen their capacities for living creatively.
Wednesday 25 June 2014 6.30-9.30pm
This experiential workshop introduces participants to the psychodrama method. It involves group activities and opportunities to experience and reflect on dramatic enactments. There will be some introductory teaching and mention of the application of psychodrama in a range of professional settings.
This training workshop provides opportunities to experience how the psychodrama method assists people to awaken and strengthen their capacities for living creatively.
A workshop designed for advanced trainees who wish to sharpen their awareness of and enlarge their ability to respond to the sociometric networks in a group. It is for advanced trainees from Melbourne and interstate.
A training group run over eight weekends between March-November which teaches the theory and practice essential to the psychodrama method, including sociometry, production techniques, role theory and group work. The group is conducted by Hilde Knottenbelt and Richard Hall.
A training group run over eight weekends (two of them 3 day workshops) between March and November. This group builds on the training completed in the Core Curriculum–Intermediate years, or the equivalent. It involves teaching and supervised practice with in-depth attention to all the elements of the method. The training is conducted by Jenny Hutt and Chris Hosking.