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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.

As well as the full-year Training Program. Workshops for Introduction to Psychodrama and Professional development using Moreno's action methods will be offered from time to time. These will provide Registraion information on this website and are open to those new to psychodrama and any professional people intered in developing more creative reponses to life.s circumstances and more satisfying relationships.

For interest in the Training program, please contact Kevin Franklin kevfrank@westnet.com.au or Helen Phelan hjphelan@iinet.net.au and see information below.

The AANZPA site AANZPA.org has information on the annual conference held in January each year in various cities in Australia and New Zealand. 

 

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events
Jan
29

This session is open to previous trainees wishing to engage in further training in 2021.

We als welcome those who have contacted us, who are interested in joining the training.

This is an opportunity to connect with each other and explore interest and commitment to the full-year training program.

There will be an opportiunity to experience brief psychodrama vingettes and ask questions about psychodrama or the training program.

Please contact Helen Phelan hjphelan@iinet.net.au or Kevin Franklin kevfrank@westnet.com.au

 

29 Jan 2021
Fri 6-9pm
22 View Street, North Perth
Feb
19

This full-year training course covers the key aspects that are the basis of psychodrama methods. These include knowledge and skills in psychodrama, sociodrama, sociometry and role training. The process of training will enable integration of the theory and practice of the psychodramatic method into your professional practice.

The course will provide opportunities to develop creative responses to your life challenges and relationships and you will develop more spontaneity and new responses to change stuck patterns, enliven your life and tackle new situations in an adequate way. The training covers significant personal development in parallel with professional development and application.

Who is the Course for?

This full-year course is designed for people who work with people. This may be as counsellors, coaches, organisational consultants, team leaders, community group leaders, managers, teachers, or health professionals. Psychodrama training is a post-graduate course and is open to those with a degree, diploma, or equivalence in a relevant field.

We welcome interested newcomers. To be eligible for the course you must have had a minimum of 12 hours experiential work in psychodrama and have an initial interview with the trainer of the Campus.Please contact Trainers for an interview. Helen Phelan hjphelan@iinet.net.or Kevin Franklin kevfrank@westnet.com.au

The Learning Process

 

Training is taught through supervised experiential learning processes, supported by reading and written assignments, supervised practice in action, shared learning, and group interaction. The experiential nature and reflective practice of the training will develop your thinking, appropriate new professional-practice approaches, and expand your creative responses in personal expression and relationships.

 

19 Feb 2021
Fri 19th 6-9pm; Sat 9:30-5pm; Sun 9:30-2pm
22 View Street, North Perth

Current and Past Events

Current and Past Events
Jul
7

Come and participate in a Psychodrama weekend conducted by experienced group practitioners. Psychodrama is an active and enlivening method which aims to increase spontaneity, strengthen relationships and build community. 

This workshop is designed to introduce you in a light, thoughtful and experiential manner to some of the many facets of psychodrama. We explore what emerges in the group and invite creative responses to those emerging themes.

7 Jul 2018
Sat 7 July 9:30-4:30; Sun 8 July 9:30-4:00
48 Old Perth Road, Bassendean
May
10

Psychodrama is essentially about developing yourself and the quality of your relationships through your spontaneity and creativity. The best way to understand the effectiveness of psychodrama is to experience it.

The Open Night is designed to give participants an opportunity to experience psychodrama and to gain new perspectives of ourselves, of others and of the systems in which we work and live

 
Newcomers to psychodrama are welcome, as are those wanting to build on their current knowledge.
10 May 2018
Session 6:30pm - 9:00pm
46 Old Perth Road, Bassendean
Jul
16

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 Helen Phelan Mob:0407225116  hjphelan@iinet.net.au

16 Jul 2016
Weekend Workshop July 16 & 17, Sat & Sun - contact Registrar for updated times
99 Loftus Street,, Leederville
May
14

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 Phone:(08) 93822883 Mob: 0418900312 Email: kayekeam@gmail.com

14 May 2016
Weekend Workshop May 14 & 15, Sat & Sun 9:30-4:30
99 Loftus Street,, Leederville
Apr
28

Our invitation to this free introductory session is for those interested in psychodrama

 

For further information and registration contact the Registrar Kaye Keam,  Mob: 0418900312 Email: kaykeam@gmail.com

 

28 Apr 2016
3 hour session - Note change of start time - for details contact Registrar Kaye Keam, Mob: 0418900312 Email: kaykeam@gmail.com
99 Loftus Street, Leederville
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