Journal 2 December 1993

Journal 2 December 1993

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Integration of Organisation Theory

Abstract: It is the organisation of people on a visit to Nelson Lakes National Park which I have used to describe the characteristics of open systems in the first paper. In the second paper I have described my analysis and interventions with the staff of a veterinary clinic.

The Mandorla

Article about the Mandorla which is the almond shaped segment created by overlapping of two circles.

Counselling for the Dreamtime: A Training Journey with Aboriginal Women

Abstract: The author provides the course details and progress of the Yorghum Counselling Course, a training programme she offers a group of urban Aboriginal women to enable them to become counsellors. Psychodrama is used in the course to create a method for counselling that includes aspects of Aboriginal culture, spontaneity and creativity.

“In the Background there is a Volcano” – Nine Adages Before the Eruption

Abstract: The author discusses some ideas and processes of action methods that a therapist should implement within a framework of therapeutic psychodrama.

The Need for a Creative Approach to Abortion Counselling

Abstract: The author discusses her work with clients who are pregnant and considering an abortion, and highlights the need for a creative approach to abortion counselling. She suggests altering the traditional role system and developing different roles that would help the clients take their own decisions on abortion and their future life.

Working With Men

Abstract: In this section four men write briefly about their work with men both individually and in groups.

Book Review: “Love Songs to Life” by Zerka Moreno

Book Review: “Love Songs to Life” by Zerka Moreno Sue Daniel

Book Review: “Psychodrama: Inspiration and Technique” edited by Paul Holmes and Marcia Karp

Book Review: “Psychodrama: Inspiration and Technique” edited by Paul Holmes and Marcia Karp Beverley Hosking

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