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Psychodrama Australia Sydney Campus
Psychodrama Australia Sydney - Canberra Campus

Interested in:

  • Full Year Training in Psychodrama Principles and Practice Levels 1-3, Sydney 2019   Click here

  • Stanwell Tops Residential 17-20 October 2019    Click here

  • Free Open Nights: Monthly in Sydney - see Individual Events below

The Psychodrama Australia Sydney/Canberra Campus is one of the five training campuses of Psychodrama Australia, which is accredited by the Board of Examiners of the AANZPA to conduct fully accredited training in psychodrama, sociodrama, sociometry, and role training. Psychodrama Australia Sydney/Canberra Campus provides excellent training at all levels of experience based on the principles of adult learning; an understanding and competency in psychodramatic theory, practice and its applications; training in accordance with the Training and Standards Manual of AANZPA Inc.

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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events
Jul
6

The best way to understand the power of psychodrama is to experience it and these evenings are designed to give participants an opportunity to experience psychodrama in a safe and gentle environment. Each session will be directed by an experienced psychodramatist with time available for questions about the method and its applications.

6 Jul 2019
7pm - 9.30pm
Level 1, 156 Pacific Highway (cnr Greenwich Rd), Greenwich, Sydney
Aug
2

The best way to understand the power of psychodrama is to experience it and these evenings are designed to give participants an opportunity to experience psychodrama in a safe and gentle environment. Each session will be directed by an experienced psychodramatist with time available for questions about the method and its applications.

2 Aug 2019
7pm - 9.30pm
Level 1, 156 Pacific Highway, Greenwich
Sep
20

Further details provided soon

20 Sep 2019
Friday eve, Saturday, Sunday
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Oct
17

The Dance of Lead and Follow - The Truth is in the Relationship

The psychodrama method is based on the concept of co-creation. The challenge is to live in the here and now within a relational paradigm. This is as true of directing psychodrama as it is in living your life. It requires role flexibility, recognising when it is time to lead and when it is time to follow.

“… Moreno’s vision was so comprehensive that, with him, one worked all the time, because life was constantly presenting itself to us. Everything was about relationships – ours to each other, extending to our near and far social atoms…”    

Zerka Moreno (2006:43)

 

17 Oct 2019
Please be there by 9.30am for 10am start
Bendana Rd, Stanwell Tops
Nov
22

Often  when we see  a person bullying or otherwise  abusing another,  our first reaction is incredulity, shock and immobility. 
In this workshop we will  use the psychodramatic method to investigate the nature of bullying and our reactions to it , with a view to becoming effective at constructively intervening where possible. Later in the workshop we will investigate in action possibilities for  cultural change in our institutions and general community.

 

22 Nov 2019
Friday eve, Saturday, Sunday
, Canberra

Current and Past Events

Current and Past Events
Oct
2

The best way to understand the power of psychodrama is to experience it. These evenings are designed to give participants an opportunity to experience psychodrama in a safe and gentle environment. They are run by experienced and qualified professionals trained in the psychodramatic method, and group work, with time available for questions about the method and its applications

2 Oct 2015
7pm - 9.30pm
1/20 Clarke St, Crows Nest
Sep
26

This is the fouth workshop in the program: Psychodrama -  Personal and Professional Development, held in Canberra.

The Psychodramatic method assists participants to increase their spontaneity and creativity through active participation. This participation includes group work, enactment and theoretical mini lectures. The program will assist in developing leadership and will lead to increasing abilities in relating to others. The training assists is developing confidence in group presentations and in the development of interpersonal and group skills. 

26 Sep 2015
9.30am - 5.30pm
, Canberra
Sep
4

The best way to understand the power of psychodrama is to experience it. These evenings are designed to give participants an opportunity to experience psychodrama in a safe and gentle environment. They are run by experienced and qualified professionals trained in the psychodramatic method, and group work, with time available for questions about the method and its applications

4 Sep 2015
7pm - 9.30pm
1/20 Clarke St, Crows Nest
Aug
7

The best way to understand the power of psychodrama is to experience it. These evenings are designed to give participants an opportunity to experience psychodrama in a safe and gentle environment. They are run by experienced and qualified professionals trained in the psychodramatic method, and group work, with time available for questions about the method and its applications

7 Aug 2015
7pm - 9.30pm
1/20 Clarke St, Crows Nest
Jul
11

Leadership:  This can be in formal and informal settings. We are all confronted with life situations when we are called for to show leadership. The question is when to speak up and when to be silent. When to act and when not to act.

The Psychodrama method assists us to look as situations and to practise different responses that take the situation forward and into healthy responses. The method allow a person to free themselves from old dysfunctional habits to bring to the foreground abilities , spontaneity and an expression that enhances one's formal leadership roles.

We will experiment through the use of actions methods to explore different situations that allows one's true ability to come forward. It will allow a person to learn to stand alone in confidence that their leadership takes the group or organisation forward towards their stated goals.

11 Jul 2015
9.30am - 5.30pm
44 Gruner St, Canberra
Jul
3

The best way to understand the power of psychodrama is to experience it. These evenings are designed to give participants an opportunity to experience psychodrama in a safe and gentle environment. They are run by experienced and qualified professionals trained in the psychodramatic method, and group work, with time available for questions about the method and its applications

3 Jul 2015
7pm - 9.30pm
1/20 Clarke St, Crows Nest
May
16

This program is the second in the series Psychodrama -  Personal and Professional Development.

The enneagram is a model of human personality and will assist to develop a broader understanding of ourselves and others.

The Psychodramatic method assists participants to increase their spontaneity and creativity through active participation. This participation includes group work, enactment and theoretical mini lectures. The program will assist in developing leadership and will lead to increasing abilities in relating to others. The training assists is developing confidence in group presentations and in the development of interpersonal and group skills.  

16 May 2015
9.30am - 5.30pm
, Canberra
May
1

The best way to understand the power of psychodrama is to experience it. These evenings are designed to give participants an opportunity to experience psychodrama in a safe and gentle environment. They are run by experienced and qualified professionals trained in the psychodramatic method, and group work, with time available for questions about the method and its applications

1 May 2015
7pm - 9.30pm
1/20 Clarke St, Crows Nest
Apr
10

The best way to understand the power of psychodrama is to experience it. These evenings are designed to give participants an opportunity to experience psychodrama in a safe and gentle environment. They are run by experienced and qualified professionals trained in the psychodramatic method, and group work, with time available for questions about the method and its applications

10 Apr 2015
7pm - 9.30pm
1/20 Clarke St, Crows Nest
Mar
21

Leadership:  This can be in formal and informal settings. We are all confronted with life situations when we are called to show leadership. The question is when to speak up and when to be silent. When to act and when not to act. The Psychodrama method assists us to look as situations and to practise different responses that take the situation forward and into healthy responses. The method allow a person to free themselves from old dysfunctional habits to bring to the foreground abilities , spontaneity and an expression that enhances one's formal leadership roles. We will experiment through the use of actions methods to explore different situations that allows one's true ability to come forward. It will allow a person to learn to stand alone in confidence that their leadership takes the group or organisation forward towards their stated goals.

This is the first workshop in the program: Psychodrama -  Personal and Professional Development, held in Canberra.

21 Mar 2015
9.30am start
6 Gritten Street, Weston