Reaching Firm Ground
A training workshop
What have you discovered so far about finding firm ground in working relationships? This includes firm ground for yourself, and your clients finding it with each other? Even with many personal and professional experiences to draw on, some situations may still perplex you, need further exploration, and call for you to refine or develop your approach.
This workshop is for group leaders, group members, and those working to develop and transform organisations, groups and communities. Elements of the psychodrama method, particularly sociometry and sociodrama will be used in this workshop to help you recognise the larger social and cultural forces, the values and interpersonal nuances at play in the situations with which you are living and working.
There will be an emphasis on strengthening your capacity for building relationships on firm ground.
Sociodrama offers an opportunity to come to grips with your experiences and concerns as a member of society and as a global citizen. Sociometry is the social science of relationships. Sociometry enables us to measure, map and develop relationships so that the invisible forces within a group are made visible and can be explored.
As a participant you will have a chance to explore your experiences, open up new perceptions, come to know what you actually think and feel, and to work with what matters to you and others.
Enrol in Reaching Firm Ground
Wellington Psychodrama Training Institute
Workshop Code: W3-2018
July 27-29, 2018
Friday 7.00pm – 9.00pm
Saturday 10.00am – 5.30pm
Sunday 9.30am – 5.00pm
Level One, 35-37 Victoria Street, Central Wellington.
$475.00 (inc GST) Some places are available at a reduced rate
Jenny Hutt is a facilitator, coach and consultant who lives in Melbourne, Australia. She is a Sociodramatist; Trainer Educator, Practitioner (AANZPA) and Director of Training at Psychodrama Australia’s Melbourne Campus. Jenny is an associate with the Burbangana Group, a majority Aboriginal owned consulting company.
Bev Hosking is an experienced counsellor, group worker and supervisor who has been in private practice since 1987. She is a Role Trainer and TEP (Trainer, Educator and Practitioner); and the Director of Training for the PANZ Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington Campus.
Bev has been actively pursuing new approaches for us to meet with each other so that we can develop our capacities to respond creatively to our current social, cultural and political realities.
She works with active methods to promote social dialogue and is committed to bringing spontaneity and creativity to all aspects of life and work.