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Psychodrama Australia Sydney Campus
Psychodrama Australia Sydney Campus

 

 

The 2024 Psychodrama Training Program commences in March.

In Sydney, there will be 4 stand-alone workshops on 9 & 10 March, 27 & 28 April, 14 & 15 September and 9-10, November. See calendar for details and enrolment.

Please ensure you are on the mailing list to get further information about the program as soon as it becomes available.

For enquiries contact Charmaine McVea (0401 375 195)

 

 

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events
Mar
9

Workshop Outline is under development

  

9 Mar 2024
Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 March 2024, 9.30am - 4.30pm
2 Ernest Place, Crows Nest
Apr
27
Role training applies role theory and psychodrama techniques to bring about progressive role development in specific contexts. It is ideally suited to rehearsing life situations because it provides a structure whereby a protagonist can set out a challenging scenario from their life on the psychodrama stage, develop a fresh perspective, warm up to spontaneous action and enact a new response or role that meets that scenario more adequately. Spontaneity lies at the heart of this work, emerging in the here and now as the protagonist relates to the situation unencumbered by habitual responses from the past and meets the new moment with immediacy and vitality. 
27 Apr 2024
Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th April 2024, 9.30am - 4.30pm
2 Ernest Place, Crows Nest
Sep
14

Under Development

14 Sep 2024
Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th September, 9.30am - 4.30pm
2 Ernest Place, Crows Nest
Nov
9
An essential function of the psychodrama director is to produce dramatic enactments that bring the drama to life in the here and now.  A psychodrama that is produced well is both aesthetically engaging and assists the group to enter into the action, bringing greater spontaneity to the drama.
 
9 Nov 2024
Saturday 9th, Sunday 10th Nov 2024, 9.30am - 4.30pm.
2 Ernest Place, Crows Nest

Current and Past Events

Current and Past Events
Aug
31

This program focuses on the application of social systems theory, role theory and sociometry as a holistic approach to the assessment of group functioning and as a guide to practitioner decision-making. You will hone your ability to perceive a group’s functioning through these lenses, to identify what development would be helpful in progressing the aims of the group and what interventions are likely to facilitate that development.

31 Aug 2021
Tues evenings 6pm-8.30pm 31 Aug, 14 Sept, 28 Sept, 12 Oct, 26 Oct.
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Jul
24

This 2 day program is for people wanting to experience psychodrama and also develop their functioning in their personal or professional lives.

Click 'View Event' and register your interest.

24 Jul 2021
NEW DATES TO BE NOTIFIED 9.30am - 4.30pm
Newcastle, Belmont Library Meeting Room
Apr
22

Psychodramatic role theory provides a framework for understanding human functioning in a holistic and non-judgemental way. The individual is seen in the context of their life and relationships, taking into consideration developmental experiences that impact on their current orientation to the world. Attention is given to cognitive, feeling and action elements of human functioning, to the person’s capacity to warm-up in a way that promotes vitality, and to their ability to relate to the emerging moment.

This program focuses on the application of role theory as a holistic approach to assessment and as a guide to clinical decision-making.  

 
22 Apr 2021
6pm - 9pm every second Thursday 22 Apr; 6 & 20 May; 3 & 17 Jun
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Mar
12

Psychodrama Training Weekend - Sociometry   

This weekend training will focus on the measurement and development ofrelationships and patterns of relationships as individuals choose to connect withy others on various criteria.


The psychodrama method assists participants to increase their spontaneity and creativity through active participation. This participation includes group work, enactment and theoretical mini lectures. The program will assist in developing leadership and will lead to increasing abilities in relating to others.

12 Mar 2021
March 12th - 14th: Friday 7- 9pm, Saturday 9.30am - 5pm, Sunday 9.30am - 5pm
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Mar
6

This year long training program covers the core knowledge, skills and personal development that underpin the practice of Morenian methods (psychodrama, sociodrama, sociometry and role training). It equips participants to integrate psychodramatic processes into their professional practice, bringing greater vitality, depth and immediacy to their work.  

The course is designed for you to bring Morenian experiential methods into your thinking and practice. You will have the opportunity to experience psychodrama, broaden your production capabilities, develop greater flexibility in your group work and deepen your therapeutic and systems interventions. You will master the basic techniques, understand warm up, see and feel the effect of increased spontaneity in yourself and others. Imagine if you could bring this spontaneity into your work! The purpose is to apply your learning in your work and life, to be more effective in your work and have more satisfying interactions.

6 Mar 2021
Level 1, 156 Pacific Highway, Greenwich
Feb
13

Psychodrama focuses on reclaiming your innate spontaneity – ‘a readiness for a free and vital response to the emerging moment’ (Phil Carter).  Spontaneity infuses daily life with potency and flexibility, so that you create more satisfying relationships and find the value in what is here and now. 

In this 2-day workshop, we will use psychodrama to bring greater spontaneity to the issues that matter to you. There will be a focus on sustaining a warm-up to areas of life that are fulfilling and generative, working through habitual patterns that no longer serve you, and realigning thoughts, feelings and actions to bring a fuller expression of yourself in your life.

13 Feb 2021
Sat 13 & Sun 14 Feb 2021, 9.30am-4.30pm
1/156 Pacific Highway, Greenwich (cnr Greenwich Rd), Greenwich
Jun
26

 

Friday 26th June (evening) to Sunday 28th June 2020.

With Hilde Knottenbelt & Charmaine McVea

The shift in context facing each one of us as we live with the impacts of COVID 19 has meant that many of us have had to reimagine aspects of our lives and futures. In the midst of this disruption and loosening to some of our patterned ways of living, there is a possibility to reconfigure, reassess and to dream again.

Using the psychodrama method and arts making processes, this workshop offers an in-between space where the stories we tell ourselves about who we are can be paused and perhaps reimagined. It offers a liminal space where the experiencing being can stay with what is, as part of engaging in a creative process.

26 Jun 2020
Friday 26 June 5pm-7pm; Saturday 27th June 10am-1pm & 3pm-5pm; Sunday 28th June 2pm-5pm.
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Mar
7

This year long training program covers the core knowledge, skills and personal development that underpin psychodrama practice . It equips participants to integrate psychodramatic processes into their professional practice, bringing greater vitality, depth and immediacy to their work.  You will have the opportunity to experience psychodrama, broaden your production capabilities, develop greater flexibility in group work and deepen therapeutic or systems interventions.  The purpose is to apply your learning in your work and life, to be more effective in your work and have more satisfying interactions.

7 Mar 2020
First workshop is 7 and 8 March 2020, 9.30am - 4.30pm both days
Level 1, 156 Pacific Highway, Greenwich
Nov
2

Experiential Psychodrama Workshop, Saturday & Sunday, 9.30-4.30pm

2 Nov 2019
9.30am - 4.30pm both days
1/156 Pacific Highway, Greenwich
Sep
20
Making a community
 
Community can be looked at from many points of view.
In this training workshop we will focus on roles that are required to assist in creating and developing a community.
Self-presentation, understanding our attractions to and rejections of others, increasing the  flexibility of our responses to situations, and working with differences of opinion will be investigated in action and discussion.
Participants will be encouraged to practice leadership, take initiative and to be active group members.
Finally we will draw conclusions about the essentials of a community from our experiences in the workshop.
 
Leaders: Annette Fisher, Richard Hall

 

20 Sep 2019
Friday 20th Sep 7.30-9.30, Saturday 21 9.30 – 5.30, Sunday 22 9.30 – 5.30
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