Join the Multi-Level training group for the 3rd weekend workshop with visiting trainer, Chris Hosking. (Cher Williscroft will co-lead if enrolment numbers permit.)
Please note: People who enrol in the 2023A Year-Long Multi-Level Psychodrama Training Programme will automatically be enrolled in all 3 weekend workshops – they do not need to enrol separately in 2023B Weekend 3 workshop with Chris Hosking.
Focus of workshop:
Enhance progressive functioning through the application of role theory in psychodrama and your everyday life
This year we will put our attention on sensitively and relevantly applying role theory to our life and relationships, understanding the personality, and relationships and using it to finely attune our awareness of what is happening moment by moment.
The ability to make accurate role descriptions to make meaning of our observations and experience of one another is central to all the specialities that make up Psychodrama: psychodrama, sociodrama, role training and sociometry.
Based on our assessment we make accurate interventions as life unfolds in front of us, so new roles and role systems can develop (social atom repair). Role analysis can be limited to specific functioning in a certain moment or can take into account a wide range of situations across the whole life of an individual to make up a complete personality profile.
We will be discovering how a social atom diagram portraying all people that are significant to an individual together with roles and role relationships is used to make powerful and relevant interventions in a wide range of applications.
Come prepared to display the systems you are in and receive supervision of your application of role theory and social and cultural atom in 1 to 1, family or group settings.
Who can attend?
Suitable for beginners as an Introductory workshop.
This weekend workshop is suitable for people who wish to apply the psychodramatic methods of group work, psychodrama sociodrama, sociometry and role training in their work and life.
The group is structured to meet the needs of the different levels of experience of participants. Trainees will participate in group interactions and dramatic enactments as audience, protagonist, auxiliary and director.
If you are new to psychodrama, have not trained with us before or are returning after a long break from training, please contact us for a training conversation prior to enrolling to ensure you have the psychodrama experience needed to enter a training programme and our training programme will be a good match for you. (See our enrolment policy)
Enrol in 2023 Weekend Training Workshop 3 only with Chris Hosking
Nelson Campus PANZ (formerly ExLD)
Workshop Code: 2023B
Dates and Times
Weekend Workshop 3:
Friday, 13 October 6.30 – 9.00 pm
Saturday, 14 October 9.30 am to 6.00 pm
Sunday, 15 October 9.30 am to 4.30 pm
Priority will be given to Nelson enrolments received by 31/12/22.
(BYO lunch or eat at a local café)
Chris Hosking, Psychodramatist, and Trainer, Educator and Practitioner on the teaching staff of Psychodrama Australia
and (if sufficient enrolment numbers permit)
Cher Williscroft, TEP Sociodramatist
Chris Hosking is an action methods practitioner and trainer with considerable breadth of experience. She has been training people in psychodrama and sociometry for many years in Australia, New Zealand, Vietnam, Greece and Japan. Her training orientation is based upon an experiential learning model and a systems approach. She is a qualified Psychodramatist and Trainer, Educator and Practitioner with the Australian and Aotearoa New Zealand Psychodrama Association and a Distinguished Member of AANZPA.
Cher Williscroft is a Sociodramatist, a Trainer Educator and Practitioner (T.E.P. AANZPA) and encourages the art of clear and kind communication in conflict situations in the workplace. She is a mediator, conversation facilitator, coach and mentor. As Managing Director of Conflict Management Ltd she has 30 years’ experience and has a mission to improving workplace relationships through humane communication.