Theatre of Spontaneity Sunday 29 April 2018 at 6.00 pm. for 6.30 start – 8.30 finish Presenter: Vanessa Hutchinson In this month's Theatre of Spontaneity I invite you to try on new roles in "The Changing Room". On the stage of surplus reality there is an abundance for you to pick and choose. The improbable, the preposterous and the illogical all can flutter together with the playful, the imaginative, the creative and the glorious. Try them on and observe yourself in the mir
4 Friday Afternoons (2.30 – 5.30pm) 25 May, 1 Jun. (no 8 Jun.), 15 & 22 June. Life provides many challenges, and also possibilities, which are ours if we have the courage to take them. These three workshops provide opportunities to develop new roles, and new perspectives, to acknowledge, celebrate and value old roles, to clear obstacles and resolve minor conflicts of living in your personal or professional life. They will suit anyone who wants to explore and enter into the d
Psychodrama is an experiential method, with thinking, feeling and action at its core. The relationships that we have with ourselves, and others including animals and objects, have an effect on our health and well being. Being in the here and now brings satisfaction and effectiveness in our work and day-to-day living. With care and skill, the techniques of psychodrama can be used anywhere and with anyone. This session is designed for those new to psychodrama and who want to go
Born in New Zealand. of Ngati Tuwharetoa Iwi (tribe), Lethe has lived and worked in both Australia and New Zealand for over 25 years. She is a Registered Psychodramatist and Psychologist in both lands, and works as a Counsellor, Psychotherapist, Group Facilitator, Trainer and Supervisor. Lethe is a Psychodramatist, and a qualified TEP, Trainer, Educator and Practitioner in this field. Lethe has practiced in the fields of Trauma and Sexual abuse Counselling, Grief, loss and Pa
The essence of role training involves mirroring and role reversal. You can develop new responses to old situations, and novel responses to new ones, through an invigorating process of learning through action. This workshop is for anyone working in fields where surprising or unexpected events occur, or where repetitive patterns of behaviour and stuck systems prevent new growth and healthy relationships. Sue Daniel is leading this novel workshop. She is a trainer, educator and
Psychodrama Methods for Trauma and Addiction Psychodrama theory and techniques may be applied, albeit judiciously, in a range of fields of disciplines. At this month's Reading Group our focus and discussion is on the use of psychodrama methods for trauma and addiction. The moderator for April is Katrina Gaskin. This lively monthly group is designed to suit those with an hour to spare at lunchtime. Budding writers, trainees and practitioners are welcome! We discuss psychodra
Director: Katrina Gaskin Sunday: 15 April from 10am – 5.30pm When you consider your own times of gathering around a table, what springs to mind? From moments of routine to celebration, encounters with tables happen socially, with family and at work. This experiential workshop encourages exploration and an opportunity to playfully expand upon the roles we bring to our tables in relation to the people we meet with. Fees: $100.00 (MPS members) $150.00 (non-members). Deposit $50.
Theatre of Spontaneity Sunday 25 March 2018 at 6.00 pm. for 6.30 start – 8.30 finish Presenter: Gavin O'Loughlin ""Folklore, what does it mean for you today? Come and explore how folklore may be influencing us today and in the future. Is it all about stories? Maybe it's important." On the last Sunday of every month, the Moreno Psychodrama Society holds a Theatre of Spontaneity (ToS). Each ToS presenter provides a theme and/or will work with material from the group, so just
TUESDAY EVENINGS FROM 6.30-9.30 p.m. We are continuously evolving!
The aim of self-development is growth. We are continuously developing emotionally, psychologically, spiritually and professionally.
This five-session group will provide the space and environment to explore your growth edges, develop new roles and perspectives, reinforce your strengths, and prepare the steps toward your personal goals. The group will suit psychologists and provisional psychologists who are r