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Psychodrama Australia Sydney Campus
Psychodrama Australia Sydney - Canberra Campus

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  • Free Open Nights: Monthly in Sydney - see Individual Events below

The Psychodrama Australia Sydney/Canberra Campus is one of the five training campuses of Psychodrama Australia, which is accredited by the Board of Examiners of the AANZPA to conduct fully accredited training in psychodrama, sociodrama, sociometry, and role training. Psychodrama Australia Sydney/Canberra Campus provides: excellent training at all levels of experience based on the principles of adult learning; an understanding and competency in psychodramatic theory, practice and its applications; training in accordance with the Training and Standards Manual of AANZPA Inc.

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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events
Feb
2

The best way to understand the power of psychodrama is to experience it and these evenings are designed to give participants an opportunity to experience psychodrama in a safe and gentle environment. Each session will be directed by an experienced psychodramatist with time available for questions about the method and its applications.

2 Feb 2018
7pm - 9.30pm
28 Chandos St, St Leonards
Feb
17

This workshop is an opportunity to focus on areas of your own development that will assist you to be more engaged and effective in your professional and personal life. Using classical psychodrama we will work with the interests and concerns of group members.  The intention is to bring your actions and relationships more in line with who you are and what is important to you, so that you live life with greater vitality.

Participating in this workshop meets the experiential hours requirement for entering a training group in 2018.

17 Feb 2018
2 days
Level 1, 156 Pacific Highway (cnr Greenwich Rd), St Leonards, Sydney
Mar
2

There are several specific action techniques developed by JL Moreno used by all psychodrama directors. Some have been integrated by other modalities in working with people. In this workshop the range of techniques used in psychodrama will be highlighted. Each session will focus on one or two techniques and its use in bringing reality and depth to work in groups and individually.
 

2 Mar 2018
March 2-4 Friday 7pm-9pm, Saturday, Sunday 9.30am – 5.30pm
, Canberra
Mar
3
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.

 

3 Mar 2018
First workshop is 3/4 March, 9.30 - 4.30 both days
Level 1, 28 Chandos St, St Leonards
Apr
6

This workshop is designed for participants to have supervised practice, both hierarchical and peer, to report on their work and to develop collegial relationships. Those attending the workshop will be required to have completed core curriculum, intermediate studies and are able to conduct group warm-ups, produce a psychodrama session with a supervisor and use the psychodramatic method in their professional and personal life.
 

6 Apr 2018
April 6- 8. Friday 7pm-9pm, Saturday, Sunday 9.30am – 5.30pm
, Canberra
Jun
1

In this workshop we will explore the  application of  the psychodramatic method  to work with  traumatised individuals. We will consider psychodramatic techniques and specific application in assisting the clinician  in the healing of a protagonist who has experienced trauma with resultant Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Enactments will inform our understanding and use of action interventions. The workshop will assist particularly in the theory and practice of the Clinician and Therapeutic Guide in dealing with this important area of focused learning.
 

1 Jun 2018
June 1-3. Friday 7pm-9pm; Saturday, Sunday 9.30am – 5.30pm.
, Canberra
Sep
21

Boundaries, professional ethics, sex, money, conflicts of interest, dual relationships. In traditional societies these complicated matters are closely codified and norms taught and enforced. We live in a society where the traditional protocols between individuals no longer apply and are not passed on, even where there is token acceptance. This often bewildering and painful maze demands sophisticated abilities to negotiate.
This workshop will alert participants to potential conflicts of interest in their own world and in that of those around them. Action investigation and role-reversal, and perhaps some healing, will feature as we seek to develop more adequacy in navigating these cross currents.

21 Sep 2018
September 21 -23. Friday 7pm-9pm; Saturday, Sunday 9.30am – 5.30pm.
, Canberra
Oct
18

2017 Description below. We are working on 2018.

One of the most powerful aspects of the psychodramatic method is that it clearly evokes a sense of an individual’s capacity to transform and evolve. Once a trainee has mastered the basics of directing an enactment, ‘who they are’ as they direct is most often more important than ‘what they do’ in bringing a protagonist to a sense of their own potency. To do this, the director must be able to access their own spontaneity and hence, their capacity for transformation. As Moreno wrote, “More important than the evolution of creation is the evolution of the creator” (1949). 

18 Oct 2018
Please be there by 9.30am for 10am start
Bendana Rd, Stanwell Tops
Nov
22

In this workshop we will consider the structure of a psychodramatic session and the timely application of psychodramatic techniques.
November is often a time of integration of the year’s training and professional development and a time to be conscious of the learnings of the year  so they can be carried forward into our practice as group workers and individual consultants and clinicians. It is an opportunity for all participates to direct, be an auxiliary and also a protagonist within the weekend.

22 Nov 2018
November 23-25 Friday 7pm-9pm; Saturday, Sunday 9.30am – 5.30pm.
, Canberra

Current and Past Events

Current and Past Events
Feb
3

The best way to understand the power of psychodrama is to experience it and these evenings are designed to give participants an opportunity to experience psychodrama in a safe and gentle environment. Each session will be directed by an experienced psychodramatist with time available for questions about the method and its applications.

3 Feb 2017
7pm - 9.30pm
1/20 Clarke St, Crows Nest
Dec
2

The best way to understand the power of psychodrama is to experience it and these evenings are designed to give participants an opportunity to experience psychodrama in a safe and gentle environment. Each session will be directed by an experienced psychodramatist with time available for questions about the method and its applications.

2 Dec 2016
7pm - 9.30pm
1/20 Clarke St, Crows Nest
Nov
5

This is the second workshop on Leadership and Entrepreneurship. 

Agility is essential in our world of ‘pop up businesses’ and constant changing landscape. Successful entrepreneurs have the ability to lead in a positive direction by proper planning, by adapting to changing environments and having the wisdom to understand their own strengths and weakness.

This workshop will focus on identifying strengths and weaknesses, creative planning and releasing fears related to blocking creativity, and which then leads to success.

5 Nov 2016
Saturday 5 & Sunday 6th November, 2016, 9.30am - 5.30pm
, Canberra
Sep
24

Agility is essential in our world of ‘pop up businesses’ and constant changing landscape. Successful entrepreneurs have the ability to lead in a positive direction by proper planning, by adapting to changing environments and having the wisdom to understand their own strengths and weakness.

This workshop will focus on identifying strengths and weaknesses, creative planning and releasing fears related to blocking creativity, and which then leads to success.

The follow up workshop, Leadership and Entrepreneurship 2, will be run on 5 & 6 November.

24 Sep 2016
Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 September 2016, 9.30am - 5.30pm
, Canberra
Jul
9

Starting from the moment of conception to the present there are many transitions. Early in the workshop participants will be asked to draw up a timeline mapping significant and challenging moments in their life. Participants will be encourage to develop abilities, through their own creativity and spontaneity, to respond to old situations in fresh creative ways. This will lead to the enhancement of interpersonal skills, both in professional and personal life and increase insiughts into human development.

9 Jul 2016
Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 July, 9.30am - 5.30pm
, Canberra
May
28

This program will assist participants to tap into their own individual creative expression.

Suzanne Moss is a visiting trainer with a doctorate in Visual Arts, is accredited in the Journey Method of coaching and is a tertiary Visual Arts educator and private teacher of Meditative Art combining mediative arts processes, coaching and visual art skill teaching in her workshops.

Annette Fisher will direct the group at times to highlight group themes psychodramatically.

28 May 2016
Sat 28 & Sun 29 May, 9.30am - 5.30pm
, Canberra
Mar
12

The focus of this workshop is for participants to develop abilities in themselves and in teaching others - to be loving companions to assist each other to live out their life purpose and vision.

Psychodrama examines the individual's relationship with relevant others. It also takes into consideration the nature of the 'role relationship' that takes place within therelationship - these ares are called the 'social and cultural atom'. Through the process of enactment and group process the protagonist and group members will develop abilities to 'place themselves in another's shoes', role reverse and to make conscious choices about how and when to relate to others.

12 Mar 2016
12 & 13 March 2016, 9.30am - 5.30pm
, Canberra
Feb
20

This 2 day program is for people wanting to experience psychodrama and also develop their functioning in their personal or professional lives. Psychodrama is an action method that powerfully explores the issues that matter to you. Sometimes known as the theatre of truth, psychodrama focuses on reclaiming your innate spontaneity and applying it to situations where it is needed. This workshop is a great way to find out if psychodrama is for you.

20 Feb 2016
9.30am - 4.30pm
1/20 Clarke St, Crows Nest
Dec
4

The best way to understand the power of psychodrama is to experience it. These evenings are designed to give participants an opportunity to experience psychodrama in a safe and gentle environment. They are run by experienced and qualified professionals trained in the psychodramatic method, and group work, with time available for questions about the method and its applications

4 Dec 2015
7pm - 9.30pm
1/20 Clarke St, Crows Nest
Nov
21

This is the fifth and final workshop in the program: Psychodrama -  Personal and Professional Development, held in Canberra.

The Psychodramatic 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. The training assists is developing confidence in group presentations and in the development of interpersonal and group skills.

21 Nov 2015
9.30am - 5.30pm
, Canberra