Psychodrama is an active therapy method that is very effective in the hands of skilled practitioners and can be quite dangerous when used by those without proper training, supervision, and experience. A number of practitioners interested in studying and practicing psychodrama meet monthly to hone their skills.
We meet each month on the 4th Thursday of the month from 7pm-9pm. Meeting location rotates between the offices of the group members, and often changes without much notice. Check this website often. Group membership requires a commitment to attend the group regularly for an extended period of time.
Group membership is by invitation only since the only way to learn how to do psychodrama is to practice on real people with real issues and thus, the practitioners are practicing on each other, using their own, real life issues. This is not an open, drop-in group.
Information provided here is only for group members and not for the general public. If you have any questions about psychodrama or about joining this group as a licensed mental health practitioner, please e-mail me.
Thursday, August 23 – 7pm-9pm – at PCS? – Read Chapter 13 in Living Stage
Thursday, September 27 – 7pm-9pm – at Marlo’s? – Read Chapter 14 in Living Stage
Thursday, October 25th – 7pm-9pm – at PCS? – Read Chapter 15 in Living Stage
Move it to November 29th? – 7pm-9pm – at Marlo’s? – Read Chapter 16 in Living Stage