The purpose of this five-day intensive training workshop is to train in psychodrama, sociodrama, sociometry, role training and general group work. It is designed to bring about a greater ability to practice the psychodramatic method whether in a psychodrama therapy or growth group, in community groups, in individual counselling and psychotherapy, in education, staff training, or in pastoral care and to function in a leadership capacity in groups and organizations.
The workshop is for beginning, intermediate and advanced trainees and is designed as training for those working as teachers, trainers in organizations, nurses, physicians, psychiatrists, social workers, counsellors, clergy, occupational therapists, marriage and family counsellors, and community workers. Those attending come from Australia, New Zealand and other parts of the world.
Learning Outcomes and Process
Those who attend will experience a wide range of concerns emerging in group sessions. There will be a greater development of new ways of functioning as psychodrama directors, role trainers, auxiliaries, group leaders and group members, as a result of contacting other aspects of the self and through supervised practice.
Trainees may expect to to direct psychodrama and role training sessions and to learn a considerable amount of psychodrama theory and practice. The emphasis is on supervised experiential learning, producing, and integration of theory and practice, leading to more satisfaction in professional functioning and personal living.
Sara Crane is a Trainer, Educator and Practitioner who has been a trainer with the Christchurch Institute in New Zealand for the past 20 years. Currently she is involved in the training programs in Christchurch and Dunedin and has a particular interest in family systems and group work. She works as a Psychodramatist based in Christchurch running groups and working with a wide range of people including young children and families (often with help from her dog).
Elizabeth Synnot (Diz) is a Trainer, Educator and Practitioner in training. She is a sociodrama practitioner applying Moreno’s approach as the basis of her work. Elizabeth is an experienced organisational consultant, leadership developer and family therapist She has been co-leading the Core, Intermediate and Advanced training programs in Brisbane for nearly 20 years and in Byron Bay for four years. Elizabeth has been expanding her practice in family, leadership and team develoment. She gives and receives supervision and training in this method.
Dates & Times
Commences: 10 am Wednesday 15th October, 2014
Concludes: 4.00 pm Sunday 19th October, 2014
We start each day at 9.00 am and conclude at around 8.00 pm with meal and recreation breaks. The exceptions to this are starting our first day on Wednesday at 10.00 am and concluding on Sunday at 4.00 pm. All meals and recreation breaks are catered for.
Moreno Collegium, 45 Clarence Street, Coorparoo, Brisbane just a two minute walk from the Coorparoo Railway station.
$60 – $70 from the airport. Alternative is to catch the train from the airport to Roma Street station ($15) and then by train to the Centre($7).
The fee is $1200 for full catering including GST. Billeting will be organised for those from interstate or overseas with a local participant wherever possible. Kirkland House: a twenty minute walk (Bed and breakfast) and Hotel Chino a thirty-five minute walk away. We will give you a car ride at the end of each day.
All those who are not currently a trainee of an AANZPA training insititute please contact Elizabeth (Diz) to discuss your purpose in attending and your development goals. Phone +61 (0)411 876 969 or email: email@example.com
Where possible pay be Electronic Funds Transfer to Suncorp Bank, Moreno Collelgium, BSB 484799 Ac#034358821 Swift Code METWAU4B. On the Reference include your initials and surname plus Oct 2014. Those new to training will be asked to complete a Trainee – Institute contract. Elizabeth will forward this to you.
The purpose of this five-day intensive training workshop is to train in psychodrama, sociodrama, sociometry, role training and general group work. It is designed to bring about a greater ability to practice the psychodramatic method whether in a psychodrama therapy or growth group, in community groups, in individual counselling and psychotherapy, in education, staff training, or in pastoral care and to function in a leadership capacity in groups and organisations.
The training run though this Psychodrama Australia Brisbane Campus is accredited through the Australian and Aotearoa New Zealand Psychodrama Association Inc (AANZPA) which is also a foundation member of PACFA. For further details either click on the logo below or go to their website at aanzpa.org. If you have further questions about psychodrama or psychodrama training you could 1) Send us a general enquiry or question through our email by clicking here; 2) Browse our Frequently Asked Questions 3) or contact Peter directly on +61 (0) 411 873 851.