Description

This experientially based training includes both theoretical and practical components. This is part of the training for Dunedin and Christchurch trainees and the workshop is open to others. This workshop is suitable for anyone working in the human relations fields.

Application of the training may be in formal groups, in clinical or community settings, the management of work teams or in the informal groups of everyday life.

Written Application

Write to us stating your experience, specific focus for this training and send to citp@psychodrama.org.nz. Include your contact details including e-mail address and phone number. A deposit of $50 must accompany enrolments; this is fully refundable if you do not proceed to train.

Enrol for the Four Day Marae Based Intensive

Training in Action

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Workshop Code: TIA-2019-Marae

Dates

19 – 22 September 2019

Times

6.00pm Thursday  to 3.00pm Sunday

Venue

Huirapa Marae, Puketeraki, Karitane

Training Hours

25 Hours

Fee

$600.00 incl GST.

A deposit of $50 must accompany enrolments; this is fully refundable if you do not proceed to training.

Enrolments close 1 September at which time full payment is required.

Contact

Telephone CITP Director Sara Crane (03) 365 2687

eMail: citp@psychodrama.org.nz

Trainers

Sara Crane, Simon Gurnsey and Hamish Brown

Sara Crane

Sara Crane

Sara Crane is the CITP's Director of Training. She is a Psychodramatist, a Trainer Educator Practitioner (TEP, AANZPA) and is a Registered Psychotherapist with a special interest in children and families and has a long-standing involvement with Playback Theatre. (More...)

Hamish Brown

Hamish Brown

Hamish Brown is a Trainer, Educator and Practitioner in training. He is a Psychodramatist and registered psychotherapist working in private practice in Auckland. (more...)

Simon Gurnsey

Simon Gurnsey

Simon Gurnsey is a Sociometrist and AANZPA’s webmaster. His work for city-making organisations like Greening the Rubble and Gap Filler includes many opportunities for relationship building. His dog, Mr. Brock, goes to work with him every day, mainly to fetch sticks.