In the present moment new things happen, fresh perspectives are gained and neural pathways reform. In the here and now we have the opportunity to ‘be’ and to make new choices. This is precious. We can develop new roles and role relationships with others and ourselves. We can connect more strongly with ourselves.
This workshop is designed for those interested in finding creative new ways of being, to enrich your work life, and personal and social relationships. It will suit people who are working in a range of fields, communities and organisations, in the health and education fields, youth work and pastoral care. Methodology includes all aspects of the psychodrama method and some theoretical input.
Participants in this workshop can expect to enjoy themselves while experiencing the fullness of the psychodrama method, become more confident, and gain additional skills in leadership and groupwork.
Sue Daniel is an international trainer, educator and practitioner of Psychodrama (TEP), who teaches in universities, hospitals and institutes worldwide. She is a psychologist and psychotherapist in private practice and Director of the Psychodrama Institute of Melbourne (PIM). Sue founded the Moreno Psychodrama Society (MPS) and the Australian and Aotearoa (New Zealand) Board of Psychodrama. Sue enjoys travelling, writing and her home.
Fees: AUD 550.00 (MPS members) or AUD 750.00 (non-members). Deposit AUD 50.00 due by Friday, 14 September. Early bird fee AUD 500/700 if paid by Friday, 2 February. Morning and afternoon tea is included. Bring lunch to share.
Venue: Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne, Australia
E: firstname.lastname@example.org M: +61 (0) 410 536 791