2017 Experiential Personal Development Psychodrama Group

(Experiential drop-in group)

Develop the presence and capacity to respond with ease and vitality to everything that emerges in your life, moment by moment

 

  • Monthly on a Wednesday evening from 7 – 9 pm
  • 15 February, 22 March, 26 April, 24 May, 21 June, 26 July, 16 August, 27 September, 25 October and 22 November
  • Venue:  223 Collingwood Street, Nelson (or 42 Brougham Street if using Google maps)
  • Pay at the door $20 (or $10 for students) or via internet banking.
  • You are welcome to attend only those sessions which interest you. An rsvp via email or text would be greatly appreciated.
  • About the workshop: During these evenings you will get a taste of the method of psychodrama. It will be a gentle introduction to the philosophy and methods developed by Dr J L Moreno and furthered by practitioners in psychodrama associations worldwide. This is a personal development experiential evening.
  • Contact: For information contact Claire:  claireguy6552@gmail.com or ph 021 119 2533   Cher:  cher@conflictmanagement.co.nz or ph 03 545 2567

(Claire Guy’s Experiential Workshop – 5 Thursday sessions)

Migration, Family Systems and the Complexity of Belonging:

Experiential – group work, story-telling and dramatic enactment

 

In this workshop, we will explore the questions:

“Who named me?”
“Where do my ancestors lie?
How did I come to be here?
“Where do I belong now?”
Who do I belong with?
Who do I long for?”

Dates:             5 Thursdays  –  October 26th,  November 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd
Time:
              4.00 – 6.00 pm
Numbers:      Max 10 people
Venue:            TBC
Fee:                  $150.00
Enrol:              Please email claireguy6552@gmail.com  or  text Claire on 021 119 2533
                         and pay into account number 020704034499500 (reference:  migrationwshp)

Leader – Claire Guy, MA TEP(AANZPA) MNZAC
Claire has over 30 years as a registered psychotherapist, counsellor, supervisor and trainer.  She is a certificated psychodramatist.
Claire emigrated to NZ aged 23.  She planned to stay for two years and she is still here. Her family stretches across three continents.