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.
2 – 4 July 2020. Dunedin. Trainer: Hamish Brown. This two-day workshop will engage you, the supervisor, in focusing on your practice in the area of supporting your supervisees where there are ethical considerations.
Wellington Sociodrama Training. 24-26 September 2021. Trainers: Jenny Hutt, Bev Hosking
Wellington 30 July-1st August, 2021. Trainer: Chris Hosking. This workshop explores psychodrama as living theatre where with a protagonist, a producer, auxiliaries, an audience and a stage, relevant human concerns can be revealed, shared and revitalised.
29 & 30 May 2021: Dunedin. Led by Sara Crane and Judith McDonald. This experientially based training includes both theoretical and practical components. Various approaches to family therapy will be addressed. Participants will be stimulated to use their creativity in designing potent interventions for health. There will be a focus on the “S-factor” (Spontaneity) in increasing the ability to identify and tune in to the needs of children and their families.
26 – 28 February 2021. Dunedin. Led by Sara Crane and Judith McDonald. 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.
Wellington: 19-23 May 2021. Trainers: Vivienne Thomson, Bev Hosking. 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.
Christchurch. 30 & 31 October 2021. Trainer: Paul Baakman. A therapeutic encounter is enhanced through the mobilisation of the ‘S’-factor (Spontaneity). The relationship between spontaneity and creativity is at the heart of Psychodrama theory.
Dunedin. 17 & 18 April 2021. Trainer: Paul Baakman. Assistant Group Leader Maria Snegirev. A therapeutic encounter is enhanced through the mobilisation of the ‘S’-factor (Spontaneity). The relationship between spontaneity and creativity is at the heart of Psychodrama theory.
Nelson: 16 – 18 April 2021. A non-residential weekend training workshop run by Chris Hosking, visiting trainer. “Highlighting the drama in psychodrama”
Nelson: 19 – 22 August 2021. A four-day residential psychodrama sociodrama and group work training workshop at beautiful Kimi Ora Eco Resort. Practitioners and Trainees of all levels are invited to enrol.
Karitane: 15 – 19 September 2021. 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.
Christchurch. 14 August 2021. Couple Therapy Training Day. A workshop for people who work with individuals and/or couples. Trainer: Walter Logeman.
Christchurch: 8 – 11 September 2021. This four-day workshop is for health professionals who work with couples or who would like to work with couples. The workshop is experiential. In the training, we use psychodramatic methods and principles we can use with the couples. Trainer: Walter Logeman.