Director: Jun Maeda (Japan)
Saturday, 17 February 2018 from 10 a.m – 5.30 p.m
Naturally we are always looking for our comfortable place, nice and safe. This one-day workshop is designed for those who are working with new groups and new people to psychodrama. It will be relevant to those working in groups with beginners, other group members and staff. There will be a gentle exploration using sociometry and psychodrama. We will be able to experience a new space based on new ways and different aspects. Working with patients and staff it is easy to find this space. It is necessary in the first experience of psychodrama that all group members feel safe and secure.
Jun Maeda is an accredited Psychodramatist, clinical psychologist and Professor of Psychology at the Muroran Institute of Technology. He is a pioneer of psychodrama in Hokkaido, Japan. His significant career includes organising psychosocial support activities for disaster settings and overseas cooperation with the Japan Red Cross Society and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Society.
Fee: $150.00 ($200.00 non-MPS members) Deposit $50.00 due by Friday 2 Feb.
Morning and afternoon tea, with freshly brewed coffee and a selection of fine teas is included. Bring your choice of food to share at the lunch table.
Venue: Psychodrama Institute of Melbourne, Cremorne 3121
Phone: 0410 536 791