Aotearoa New Zealand Workshops
Open to trainees and other professionals
Workshops listed here are open to trainees and other professionals. Please read the description of the workshop and check eligibility with the organiser.
Auckland: 20 – 22 September 2019. Trainer: Chris Hosking. This psychodrama workshop for currently enrolled trainees only. Enrolment is by individual application
Karitane: 19-22 September 2019: This experientially based training includes both theoretical and practical components. This is part of the training for Dunedin trainees, Christchurch Intermediate/Advanced group trainees and the workshop is open to others. This workshop is suitable for anyone working in the human relations fields.
Wellington: 1 – 3 November 2019. Playback Theatre is based on the telling and enactment of personal stories. At the same time, we can perceive each story as a complex weave of personal, social, cultural and political threads. Leader: Bev Hosking.
Nelson. October 25 – 27. A weekend non-residential workshop. In this playful workshop, you will learn about Moreno’s five levels of spontaneity. You will participate in activities that will encourage imaginative flow and increase the ability to say ‘yes’ to life as it presents moment by moment.
Christchurch: A two-year training course for health professionals working with couples. The 2019 programme includes two 4-day workshops. Become competent and confident working with couples
Wellington: April 12-14, 2019. In this workshop we will give our attention to the dramatic, we will highlight ourselves as dramatists, artists and theatre lovers and weave this together in the what the psyche unfolds to us moment by moment. Trainer: Chris Hosking.
Nelson. 5 – 7 April 2019 A weekend non-residential workshop. Join us in Nelson for returning, visiting trainer, Chris Hosking’s workshop “Repair and Renewal of the Social Atom – Restoring the Fluidity of Being”.
Wellington: May 23-27, 2019. This 4-day residential psychodrama training workshop aims to bring about a greater knowledge and integration of the theory and practice of psychodrama, sociometry, role training, sociodrama and group work. Trainers: Bev Hosking, Vivienne Thomson.
Wellington: 13-15 September 2019. Race and racism are in the spotlight. Speakers, tweeters, film makers, writers, educators, shock jocks and demonstrators have race and racism in their sights. While awareness of unconscious bias, structural racism and white fragility may have grown, combative and polarised discourse has also ramped up. Leaders: Jenny Hutt, Bev Hosking.
10 – 12 May 2019 Dunedin. Trainer: Paul Baakman This workshop will promote a non-judgemental, involved and patient approach that focuses on people, relationships and connection.
Christchurch. 2 & 3 March 2019. Led by Sara Crane. This experientially based training includes both theoretical and practical components. This is part of the training for Christchurch trainees and the workshop is open to others.