Psychodrama and Sociodrama Residential Kimi Ora Workshop

Year: 
2016
Institute: 
Nelson Branch of WPTI

About the workshop: Cher Williscroft and Claire Guy have a vision to build your capacity for flexible group leadership and for directing psychodrama and sociodramatic enactments with potency. We aim to co-create an open learning environment.

All trainees will be encouraged to try out new things with generous encouragement and coaching. You learning may be through personal work, group leadership, auxiliary work, producing dramatic enactments, through writing, through the relationship you develop with others on the workshop.

As a result of this workshop you can expect to apply your knowledge and understanding of groupwork, group leadership, psychodrama, role training, sociometry and sociodrama with the people you work and live with. Our aim is to enhance your own spontaneity, compassion, and resilience so that you are free and easy with each and every person you come into contact with, and you are fulfilled in your life and work. We will be working with each of you to develop your ability to use the psychodrama method with clarity and creativity.

Let’s work together to make our lives vital and meaningful. There will also be opportunities for trainees to present aspects of their work where they are applying the psychodramatic or sociodramatic method or principles of group work.

Who Attends?
These workshops are designed for people who work with people i.e. people working in health, education, community and business organisations, social work, and other therapeutic fields. The workshop is designed for beginner, intermediate and advanced trainees.

Dates: 
16 June, 2016 - 19 June, 2016
Times: 

10.00am on Thursday June 16th to 4.00pm on Sunday June 19th 2016

Trainer(s): 
Cher Williscroft and Claire Guy
Location: 

Nelson

Venue: 

Kimi Ora Health Spa Resort, is set at the gateway to the scenic wonderland of the Abel Tasman National Park, 1 hour drive from Nelson. It is ten minutes’ walk from one of New Zealand’s most famous golden beaches, Kaiteriteri Beach and close to mountain bike park and walking tracks. The vegetarian cuisine is excellent and the chalets very attractive. The weather can be anyone’s guess (settled or not) but it is cold at night.

Workshop Code: 
2016C
Fee: 

$995 inc. GST includes food and shared accommodation at Kimi Ora Eco Resort