. . . believing in yourself, making good choices and taking the right actions
Non-residential Saturday and Sunday workshop, Nelson
Leaders Cher Williscroft and Claire Guy have a vision to build your capacity and live life with more creativity and imagination.
Psychodrama is an action method that powerfully explores and clarifies aspects of life that matter to you. You will experience the trust, playfulness, depth and spontaneity of working in a group with skilled leadership. You will have the opportunity to be involved in your own enactment as well as to take up roles as an auxiliary in other people’s drama.
Let’s work together to make our lives vital and meaningful.
Who can attend?
This workshop is designed for anyone who aspires to enrich their spirit, enhance self-worth and develop their functioning in personal and professional life.
No previous experience of psychodrama is required to attend this workshop, however, if you are unsure about whether this workshop is a good match for you, please contact us to discuss. See our enrolment policy.
Workshop Code: 2020D
Dates and times
Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th
9.30 am to 4.30 pm both days
Non-residential weekend workshop
A total of 12 training hours
Nelson venue TBA
(Please bring pen and paper)
$330 incl gst
includes morning and afternoon teas
(BYO lunch to go with others to local cafe)
NB. Full payment is required to secure a place on this workshop
Claire Guy, TEP Psychodramatist and
Cher Williscroft, TEP Sociodramatist
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, and 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.
Claire is a Nelson-based Psychodramatist, TEP and registered psychotherapist. She is known for her spontaneity and authenticity. She has learned through 30 years of experience that laughter and a playful spirit assists the digestion of painful memories and almost unbearable circumstances. She supervises many parents, family workers, counsellors and other practitioners who work with children. One client said to her recently, "Coming to see you is like going to a good movie. First of all, I tell you what is going on; then by some miraculous means we have a laugh together; then I have a good cry. I leave feeling much lighter and happier with myself".