We have a strong vision and a strong mission and highly qualified trainers, educators and practitioners.

This area is designed to compliment our psychodrama training programs as well as hold articles that are stimulating and challenging.

Towards A Framework For Sociodrama, 2006, AANZPA Thesis, Rollo Browne

This paper focuses on the questions: what is sociodrama, what is its purpose, how does it work and what as a director do I need to pay attention to. A summary of the literature identifies that there is neither agreement about what constitutes sociodrama as a method nor any clarity about how a sociodrama logically builds to a resolution. A working definition of sociodrama is given and a structure and framework proposed for directing sociodrama. An example is given to highlight the application of the sociodramatic method in practice.

Metaphors and Systems Interventions, Open & Closed Systems, by Rollo Browne, 1996.

"Metaphors and System Interventions, Open & Closed Systems" is a paper written for Masters in Social Ecology, UWS, 1996

You aren't at the mercy of your emotions -- your brain creates them | Lisa Feldman Barrett

This is a slightly annoying video which was the type of thing that had me want to define the concept of warm-up so that they could talk sensibly about this type of context and situation.

Is most published research wrong?

This is abput the problem of statistics and vailidity presented in a rather alarming and hence entertaining manner. This is about the problem of statistics and validity presented in a rather alarming and hence entertaining manner. 

From This Unrequested Fire

This is a beautiful expression of life and living. The photographer suggests that living with someone who is slowly dying is very likely to be something we all live with sooner or later.

Six Ideas from Western Philosophy

Six Ideas from Western Philosophy

Philosophy is a discipline committed to helping us to live wiser and less sorrowful lives. Here are six ideas from its Western branch that can inspire and console.

Why incompetent people think they're amazing - David Dunning

How good are you with money? What about reading people’s emotions? How healthy are you, compared to other people you know? Knowing how our skills stack up against others is useful in many ways. But psychological research suggests that we’re not very good at evaluating ourselves accurately. In fact, we frequently overestimate our own abilities. David Dunning describes the Dunning-Kruger effect. Lesson by David Dunning, directed by Wednesday Studio, music and sound by Tom Drew.

Working with the Ladder of Inference

Have you ever been in a Mexican standoff? How about an Australian standoff? A standoff is where you and the other person or groups refuse to budge and you know you are right and they keep insisting, clearly wrongly, that they are correct and you are wrong. “How can they not see the obvious” you think to yourself. Another way to put it is to see each person or group as stuck in symmetrical roles (ways of being), where there is some imperative or need to convince the other that they are ‘wrong’ and you are ‘right’?

Mircobes Rule:

        Adrian Woolfson examines four books on the microbiological universe that churns within us

Seeing Double – Moving between a psychodramatic and Sociodramatic perspective

In the debate about the differences and different uses of psychodrama and sociodrama, the most useful conclusion is to ‘see double’. In any group or drama, both a psychodramatic and a sociodramatic perspective can be useful. The paper posits that, in the final analysis, psychodrama is a focused and specialised form of sociodrama because everything that takes place in a psychodrama is connected to the group, and through the group to the socius. Examples from practice are included to illustrate the premise.