Introduction to Psychodrama Friday 23 November 2018 7:30pm-10:30pm Director: Sue Dani
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 beyond talking methods. It will suit individual practitioners, supervisors, group leaders and anyone wanting more spontaneity in their life.
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 the director of the Psychodrama Institute of Melbourne (PIM). Sue founded the Moreno Psychodrama Society (MPS) and the Australian and Aotearoa Board of Psychodrama. Sue enjoys travelling, writing and her home.
Fee: $30.00 (Enrolments recommended one week before session).
Location: Psychodrama Institute of Melbourne Cremorne 3121
Enquiries: Call Ted on 0410 536 791