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Psychodrama Australia Sydney & Canberra Campuses
Psychodrama Australia Sydney & Canberra Campuses



The 2023 Psychodrama Training Program commences in March.

In Sydney, there will be 5 stand-alone workshops on 4 & 5 March, 6 & 7 May,  1 & 2 July, 9 & 10 September and 2, 3, 4 & 5, November (4 days). 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)


In Canberra there will be 4 stand-alone 3 day workshops on 17-19 March,    16-18 June,  25-27 August,   and 10-12 November.)

Further enquiries to Robert Brodie phone (+61) 0409 097 508


Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Role reversal requires the willingness to consciously choose to empty oneself, making room to genuinely experience the other’s reality, and then to return to the primary self and integrate new insights into the personality. Bold move! Especially when we are resistant to being affected by the other.

2 Nov 2023
Thurs 2nd, Fri 3rd, Sat 4th, Sun 5th Nov 2023, 9.30am - 4.30pm.
2 Ernest Place, Crows Nest


This training will assist participants in developing leadership abilities in all situations and to integrate learning done in the group to their daily life – work, play and relationships – with a view to increasing their capacity to rise creatively to life’s challenges.

Learning to apply the systemic action process known as the psychodrama method is grounded in workshop events and participants’ interests.

10 Nov 2023
10 - 12 November 2023. Friday, Saturday, Sunday; 9.30am - 5pm
50 Archibald St, Lyneham

Current and Past Events

Current and Past Events

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

2 Nov 2019
9.30am - 4.30pm both days
1/156 Pacific Highway, Greenwich
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

2020 Dates only

To see the training program description click here
1 Sep 2019

Psychodrama is a relational  method.Dr JL Moreno the founder of psychodrama provides us with concepts and methods that enable us to recognise and articulate and apply elements and processes which constitute a relationship and enable us to participate to our mutual benefit.  In this workshop participants will be able to investigate in detail what is involved in a healthy constructive relationship. Capacity to apply and practise these insights will be an integral part of the workshop.

31 May 2019
Friday 31st Friday 7.30-9.30, Saturday 1st June 9.30 – 5.30, Sunday 2nd 9.30 – 5.30
, Canberra

Many of us are committed to an on-going process of learning throughout our lives. We each have many experiences which assists us to develop. How we learn, explore and process those experiences can assist us or hinder us in learning. A person can be an open learner, a most helpful style to integrate and process experiences and communication. Other styles of learning include being a dependent learner, an anxious learner or a fighting learner.

In this workshop we will consider and explore the many learning styles to assist us when working with a variety of people, as well as in our own evolution. It will assist us to be alert to the particular personality and role systems a person enacts and how that person explores and learns from a particular experience. It will also assist us as to integrate roles we enact in response to anothers efforts to learn.



22 Mar 2019
Friday 22 7-9.30 Saturday 23 9.30 – 5.30 Sunday 24 9.30 – 5.30
, Canberra

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 2019.

16 Feb 2019
2 days
Level 1, 156 Pacific Highway (cnr Greenwich Rd), Greenwich, Sydney

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

Curious about psychodrama and what makes it work? Thinking about whether it is for you? 

This program is the perfect place to start.

3 Nov 2018
9.30am - 4.30pm
Level 1, 156 Pacific Highway,, Greenwich, Sydney

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.

5 Oct 2018
7pm - 9.30pm
Level 1, 156 Pacific Highway, Greenwich, Sydney

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