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Psychodrama Australia Perth Campus

 

Perth Campus

The Perth Campus aims to provide a range of opportunities for experiential learning applying Psychodrama, also referred to as action methods. This collectively includes group leadership, psychodrama, sociodrama, sociometry and role training that facilitate on-going, progressive and creative functioning in everyday life, work and community situations.

Psychodrama is a general term that includes the philosophy, theory, and methods developed by Dr JL Moreno (1898-1974) and since then by the Australian Aotearoa and New Zealand Psychodrama Association Inc (AANZPA) and many organisations and countries throughout the world.

Psychodrama is conducted in groups and has wide application in education, organisational development, community development, health and social justice. This professional development is for anyone who works with others as counsellors, coaches, organisational consultants, team leaders, community service providers, managers, teachers, health professionals, or who are working with individuals or groups in any field.

The work is based on a co-creative experiential learning process, the pillars of which are spontaneity and creativity. We each bring a wide range of prior educational, professional and life experiences to the group and we gain from each other. Through experience, integration of the theory and practice occurs naturally.

You are also most welcome to consider psychodrama development and training workshops in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide as part of Psychodrama Australia (this website).

Through the Australia Aotearoa New Zealand Psychodrama Association (AANZPA) www.AANZPA.org, our professional association, you can also find other training and development workshops in New Zealand as well as further information on psychodrama.

The AANZPA site has information on the annual conference held in January each year in various cities in Australia and New Zealand. The coming Conference will be in Christchurch, New Zealand January, 2020 – see www.AANZPA.org/conference for details.

 

Upcoming Events

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Current and Past Events

Current and Past Events
Mar
12

This workshop is designed to welcome and introduce newcomers to action methods and to assist others to continue developing previously learned skills and abilities.

The Psychodrama training model provides on-going professional support for those who work with individuals and groups in a range of workplace settings such as health, education, the arts, training, community services and organisations. Learning occurs through experience and this way of training increases our spontaneity and creativity. The purpose is to work with what is emerging in each person and the group and to enhance the quality and satisfaction in our professional and inter-personal relationships.

 

For further information and Registration contact Kaye Keam Mob: 0418900312 Email: kayekeam@gmail.com

12 Mar 2016
March 12 & 13, Sat 12:15-5:15 & Sun 11:15-6:15
99 Loftus Street,, Leederville
Dec
12

The purpose of this workshop is to continue to integrate the Psychodrama Method

To complete the year, this weekend will include psychodramas, sociodramas and role training sessions so participants recognise and know how to differentiate between the three aspects in action and to apply sociometric principles to each.

 

Weekend Workshop

Sat & Sun 12th & 13th Workshop 26; Sat 9.30am – 4.30pm; Sun 11:00 - 6:00pm

For further information and Registration contact Kaye Keam (08) 93822883  kayekeam@gmail.com

12 Dec 2015
Sat & Sun 12th & 13th Workshop 26; Sat 9.30am – 4.30pm; Sun 11:00 - 6:00pm
99 Loftus Street, Leederville
Nov
14

Psychodrama training provides the opportunity to learn how and why action methods work.

This experiential way of working increases our spontaneity and creativity and develops the ability to work with what is emerging in each person and the group. This enhances all aspects of professional and personal life.

Participants will develop abilities to work more creatively with individuals and groups in a range of settings such as health, education, training, community and organisations.

Sat & Sun 14th & 15th Weekend Workshop; Sat: 9.30am – 4.30pm ; Sun 11:00am - 6:00pm 

For further information and registration contact Kaye Keam
Email: kayekeam@gmail.com  Ph: 9382 2883  Mob: 0418 900 3120418 90

 

 

14 Nov 2015
Sat & Sun 14th & 15th Weekend Workshop; Sat: 9.30am – 4.30pm (Registration 9:15); Sun 11:00am - 6:00pm
99 Loftus Street, Leederville
Nov
5

Scope of Learning:

Identify one’s sociometric position in group. Sustain a good level of motivation in the conduct of all activities associated with the use of sociometry. Develop an interest in exploring patterns of relationships. Continue to integrate previous learning.

 

4 evening workshops: Thurs 5th Thurs 12th Thurs 19th and Thurs 26th; 6.30 – 9:30pm

For further information and Registration contact Kaye Keam (08) 93822883  kayekeam@gmail.com

5 Nov 2015
4 evening workshops: Thurs 5th Thurs 12th Thurs 19th and Thurs 26th; 6:30 – 9:30pmpm
99 Loftus Street, Leederville
Oct
17

Psychodrama training provides the opportunity to learn how and why action methods work.

This experiential way of working increases our spontaneity and creativity and develops the ability to work with what is emerging in each person and the group. This enhances all aspects of professional and personal life.

Participants will develop abilities to work more creatively with individuals and groups in a range of settings such as health, education, training, community and organisations.

Weekend Workshop

Sat & Sun 17th & 18th Workshop; Sat 9.30am – 4.30pm; Sun 11:00am - 6:00pm

For further information and Registration contact Kaye Keam (08) 93822883  kayekeam@gmail.com

17 Oct 2015
Sat & Sun 17th & 18th Workshop; Sat 9.30am – 4.30pm; Sun 11:00am - 6:00pm
99 Loftus Street, Leederville
Sep
20

This workshop is designed to welcome and introduce newcomers to action methods and to assist others to continue developing previously learned skills and abilities.

The Psychodrama training model provides on-going professional support for those who work with individuals and groups in a range of workplace settings such as health, education, the arts, training, community services and organisations.

Learning occurs through experience and this way of training increases our spontaneity and creativity. The purpose is to work with what is emerging in each person and the group and to enhance the quality and satisfaction in our professional and inter-personal relationships.

 

One-Day Workshop Sunday 20th September 11:00am - 6:00pm 

For further information and registration contact Kaye Keam
Email: kayekeam@gmail.com Ph: 9382 2883  Mob:0418 900 312

 

20 Sep 2015
Workshop; 11:00am - 6:00pm
99 Loftus Street, Leederville
Sep
3

Scope of learning:

During sessions check learning outcomes from above. In addition map the sociomertic structure of group – Criteria for acceptance, rejection & neutrality – Create sociogram  in action – Conduct a sociometric measure

 

4 evening workshops Thurs 3rd Thurs 10th Thurs 17th and Thurs 24th  ; 6.30 - 9.30pm

For further information and Registration contact Kaye Keam (08) 93822883  kayekeam@gmail.com

3 Sep 2015
4 evening workshops Thurs 3rd Thurs 10th Thurs 17th and Thurs 24th ; 6.30 - 9.30pm
99 Loftus Street, Leederville
Aug
15

Psychodrama training provides the opportunity to learn how and why action methods work.

This experiential way of working increases our spontaneity and creativity and develops the ability to work with what is emerging in each person and the group. This enhances all aspects of professional and personal life.

Participants will develop abilities to work more creatively with individuals and groups in a range of settings such as health, education, training, community and organisations.

Weekend Workshop

Sat & Sun 15th & 16th August Workshop ; Sat 11:00am – 6:00pm; Sun 12:00noon - 6:00pm

For further information and Registration contact Kaye Keam (08) 93822883  kayekeam@gmail.com

15 Aug 2015
Sat & Sun 15th & 16th August Workshop; Sat 11:00am – 6:00pm; Sun 12:00noon - 6:00pm
99 Loftus Street, Leederville
Jul
18

Psychodrama training provides the opportunity to learn how and why action methods work.

This experiential way of working increases our spontaneity and creativity and develops the ability to work with what is emerging in each person and the group. This enhances all aspects of professional and personal life.

Participants will develop abilities to work more creatively with individuals and groups in a range of settings such as health, education, training, community and organisations.

Weekend Workshop 18 & 19 July - Saturday 9:30-4:30pm; Sunday 11:00am - 6:00pm

For further information and registration contact Kaye Keam Email: kayekeam@gmail.com Ph: 9382 2883 Mob: 0418 900 312

18 Jul 2015
18 & 19 July - Saturday 9:30am-4:30pm; Sunday 11:00am-6:00pm
99 Loftus Street, Leederville
Jul
9

Scope of learning:

Psychodrama methods in a 1:1 coaching, counselling or psychotherapy setting. Understand difference between psychodramatic approaches and other common psychoanalytical, psychotherapy and counselling practises.

Action cues, when and how to move into action with assistance of simple props such as the empty chair, cushions and other available objects to expand the experience of the client. Direct a 1:1 enactment.

 

4 evening workshops: Thurs 9th Thurs 16th Thurs 23rd and Thurs 30th ; 6.30 – 9.30pm

For further information and Registration contact Kaye Keam (08) 93822883  kayekeam@gmail.com

9 Jul 2015
4 evening workshops: Thurs 9th Thurs 16th Thurs 23rd and Thurs 30th ; 6.30 – 9.30pm
99 Loftus Street, Leederville