Bay Area Moreno Institute

 

San Francisco

and 

San Rafael, CA

 

Phone: (415) 454 7308

 

 

September 28-30, & December 7-9, 2018

Psychodrama Training Group for Professional Development and Personal Growth

With Sylvia Israel, MFT, RDT/BCT, TEP 

This Training Group is for people seeking to expand their knowledge of the theory and practice of Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy. The Training Group is a supportive, stimulating community of learners; a laboratory in which to develop spontaneity as a director, auxiliary, protagonist and group member. Participants will have input into specific areas of study and numerous opportunities for directing. 
 
The training integrates classical psychodrama, sociometry and group psychotherapy with contemporary knowledge from interpersonal neurobiology. The result is a theoretically grounded, holistic model. The training also draws from somatic attachment psychotherapy, mindfulness and the Therapeutic Spiral Model of working with trauma. Theory, skills development, personal growth and professional application are emphasized.
 
Participants meet as a closed group over three 3-day weekends. The continuity of meeting as a closed cohort fosters an environment where group members can experiment with psychodrama in many ways according to their interests and needs. 
 
Please note: If there is not enough enrollment for a closed group, sessions will be opened to other participants at a higher fee. If you would like to participate but cannot meet for all three weekends, please contact Sylvia.  
 
Training is open to professionals and students in the fields of mental health, law, substance abuse and recovery, creative arts therapies, religion, human services, personnel management, group facilitation and education and those wanting to further their knowledge of psychodrama.  
 
Dates:   May 18-20, 2018
              September 28-30, 2018              
              December 7-9, 2018
 
Hours:  Friday 12PM - 8PM
              Saturday 10AM - 6PM
              Sunday 9AM - 4PM
 
Where:  IMAGINE! Center for Creativity & Healing
 
Fee:        Cohort members make a commitment to participate in the entire series. Payment is expected for                 the full series (3 weekends). Payment plans are available.                                     
             
               $450 per weekend - $1350 by 4/13/2018. $500 per weekend - $1500 - after. 
               Students (with full-time ID): $400 per weekend - $1200 - by 4/13/2018. $425 per weekend -                         $1275 - after.  
               Full refund up to 14 days prior to first meeting. No refund thereafter.
Contact us for online payments.
 
Questions: Sylvia Israel (415) 454-7308sylvia@imaginecenter.net
 
Continuing Education 
60 CEU credits (20 per weekend) for MFT/LCSW/LPCC/LEP.  
For Psychologists & RNs - Contact us for CEs. 
See http://www.bayareamorenoinstitute.com/ceu-provider for CE information, additional fees, accommodations and grievances.  
Psychodrama and Drama Therapy Training hours. 
 
Sylvia Israel, MFT (mfc #31245), TEP, RDT/BCT, is a nationally certified Psychodrama Trainer, Educator, Practitioner (TEP), Registered Drama Therapist/Board Certified Trainer (RDT/BCT) and Founder/Director of IMAGINE! Center for Creativity and Healing, Founder/past-Director of Bay Area Playback Theatre and Founding member of Bay Area Moreno Institute. She is adjunct faculty at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) and Kansas State University and has presented at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and at professional gatherings nationally and internationally. Sylvia is past President of the Northern California Chapter of the National Association of Drama Therapy. Her work blends verbal therapy, psychodrama and other expressive arts. Sylvia specializes in grief and loss, blocks to creativity, trauma and childhood abuse recovery. She maintains a private practice in Marin and San Francisco working with individuals, couples and families.
 
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