WPTI Wellington - Staff

Executive Director

Bev Hosking

Staff - Teaching and Supervision

Bev Hosking, Chris Hosking, Diana Jones.

Visiting Trainer

Jenny Hutt, Vivienne Thomson

Administrative Assistants

Wellington: Glenis Levack. Contact Glenis. admin@wpti.org.nz
Palmerston North: Marcia Amadio. Contact Marcia. mamadio@actrix.co.nz

Profile of Leaders

Bev Hosking is a role trainer and TEP (Trainer, Educator, Practitioner). She is experienced in action methods that aim to promote social dialogue and the formation of cohesive communities. She is a founding staff member of WPTI and works as an individual and small group supervisor, consultant trainer, counsellor and playback theatre practitioner and trainer. She is a member of the AANZPA Board of Examiners.

Chris Hosking is a psychodramatist, and TEP (Trainer, Educator and Practitioner). She is on the training staff of WPTI and Psychodrama Australia. Chris has conducted training workshops, seminars and supervision in psychodrama, sociometry, role training and group work for many years for Training Institutes in NZ and Australia as well as in Japan, Vietnam, Myanmar and Europe.

Jenny Hutt is a sociodramatist, and TEP (Trainer, Educator, Practitioner). Jenny works with individuals, groups and organisations as a coach, facilitator, and consultant. She develops leaders, group workers, facilitators, mentors, teams and organisations. She has a keen interest in workplace diversity, inter-cultural learning and human relations. She is the Director of Training at the Melbourne Campus of Psychodrama Australia and Secretary to the AANZPA Board of Examiners.

Diana Jones is a sociometrist and TEP (Trainer, Educator, Practitioner). She is a company director, organisation development practitioner and executive coach. Diana was Treasurer with the AANZPA Executive for four years. She is on the training staff of WPTI and is currently President of the Federation of Training Institutes NZ. She has been applying psychodramatic methods in organisations and in professional supervision for over 25 years.

Vivienne Thomson is a sociodramatist and a TEP (Trainer, Educator and Practitioner). She works as a consultant in organisation development. She is the Director of Training with the Auckland Training Centre for Psychodrama.