Spontaneity and creativity are essential for survival. What happens when we, or our clients, feel "stuck"? What helps? In this day of growth and renewal we will
identify resources - cultural, spiritual, internal and interpersonal and explore what keeps us from accessing them. We will learn psychodramatic methods to work with ourselves and
What is Psychodrama? Psychodrama is an experiential method of exploring our private and public worlds in a multidimensional, creative way. It helps you safely express
feelings, develop insights and practice new, desired behaviors.
Who should attend? This workshop and training is appropriate for those new to psychodrama, as well as experienced practitioners; to professionals and students
in mental health and a variety of other fields; and those wanting to further their knowledge of psychodrama.
Join us as together we take steps in creating new and life affirming narratives through the healing power of the arts and creativity. No acting skills needed and
participation is at your level of comfort.
When: Sunday April 8, 2018 9:30 AM -- 5:00
Location: IMAGINE! Center for Creativity & Healing, San Rafael, CA. (map)
Fee: $150 by March 8, 2018; $175 after.
Students $120 by March 8,
2018; $145 after. Fees fully refundable until 2 weeks prior; 50% refundable after; no refunds day of workshop.
Professional Program Goal: Participants will learn Psychodrama history and philosophy and how its methods can enhance your
After the workshop participants will be able to:
- Identify the three parts of Psychodrama
- List two historical facts about Moreno that influenced the development of Psychodrama.
- Apply one psychodrama skill to your life and work
- Identify three categories of personal resources
Training hours for Psychodrama and Drama Therapy.
Sylvia Israel, LMFT (mfc 31245), TEP, RDT/BCT is a nationally certified Psychodrama Trainer, Educator and Practitioner and a
Registered Drama Therapist/Board Certified Trainer. She is a founding member of Bay Area Moreno Institute where she provides Psychodrama Training and Workshops. Sylvia is a Trainer in the
Therapeutic Spiral Model of working with Trauma and has taught about PTSD and Action Methods at CA Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS), JFK University, and other graduate programs. An international
presenter, Sylvia is on the faculty at CIIS and Kansas State University. She has presented at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and integrates mindfulness, somatic therapy and expressive arts
therapies into her work. Sylvia maintains a private psychotherapy practice working with individuals, couples, families and groups in San Rafael and San Francisco.