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Psychodrama, sociodrama, creative dramatics and playback can facilitate the healing of wounded children. The focus of this workshop will be on group work with children, ages five through twelve, who are victims of abandonment, abuse, trauma and domestic violence.
Lucio Caputo (President - Italian Wine and Food Institute)
This workshop offers specific action structures that create the necessary safe space that allows children to tell their stories, express strong feeling and find new roles. Participants will experience the use the psychodramatic and sociodramatic empty chair, the use of multiple doubles, structures such an inner and outer circle and the use of fantasy figures to create safety and encourage expression.
Decades ago, in his book Who Shall Survive, JL Moreno wrote about the dangers of society becoming filled with robots, people not acting in their spontaneity and creativity. Today, many of us struggle to maintain authentic connections with others in the face of modern technology and political discord.
We often stare numbly at screens or vent our frustrations on social media instead of conversing with the people right in front of us. This workshop will help us explore what blocks us from interconnecting with others in our spontaneity and creativity. We will explore ways that we can become stuck in cultural conserves, as well as social or emotional ones, and how modern technology can trap us in repetitive, unspontaneous and addictive behavior.
After a warm up on the topic of blocks to co-creation and connection, a short psychodrama will be conducted where we will explore ways to expand our social atoms through action. We will end the workshop with sharing and processing. Our goal is to try creative ways of exercising power. Reflect on the difficulties in empowering ourselves and being protagonists of our stories. Cultivate learning with differences and respect in living with diversities.
The director proposes a sociopsicodrama that focuses on the affective-behavioral interchange that prevents co-creation in power relations. In this work, we seek to highlight the hidden and manifest plots in human interaction. The scenes of the participants intersect and, through action techniques, spontaneity-creativity is manifested.
A way can be created for the relationship of creative power, which passes through openness to self-knowledge and through learning in relationships with others in a process of empathetic dialogue. Differences and social inequalities are challenges of the socio-therapists who seek to develop a culture of peace. The sociopsychodrama method has won the promotion of this culture. Research shows, that an important positive factor for resilience are safe relationships. We also know, that children with safe attachment are more socially active and better integrated.
They show better social and emotional competences. How do safe and unsafe attachment styles affect the inner working models and thus the symbol play of children? Psychodrama helps us put the inner fantasies of the child on the outer stage and by co-creating, on the symbol level, to intervene pedagogically and therapeutically. As psychodramatists working with the symbol play of the children, the attachment theory offers an interesting additional interpretation frame to analyze the symbol play of children and to plan our psychodramatic interventions.
In this workshop we will experience in a psychodramatic way the attachment theory and the inner working models. We will translate the theoretical assumptions into the symbol play of children and get a playful insight in the possibilities of attachment orientated psychodramatic interventions. In Fairy tales, feminine and masculine characters are symbols and archetypical images of the dual feminine masculine human universe. Both contain values and potentialities that help to develop this dimensions in all people of any gender.
In this workshop, we invite to immerse in the archetypical dimension of these symbols plenty of strength. Through Symbolic Psychodrama we will go into some parts of chosen Fairy tales, with a new proposal of versions in which the feminine element is rescued. Compassion and cooperation are the skills that helped mankind to survive.
But the epidemic capitalism fosters self destroying egoism. In these troubled times violation of human needs seems to be prevalent.
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Care work is still delegated to woman, and though we all depend on it, it is publicly and economically neglected, devaluated and exploited as much as subsistence farming. Still men do rarely dare to develop there feminine parts even more than most woman are still afraid to live their masculine parts.
It is more than necessary to overcome the dualistic split of personal abilities into male and female. An american buddhist teacher offers a model of an undomesticated feminine, neither meek nor submissive, but self conscious, fierce, wise and spiritual, an antidote to toxic masculinity. Following her ideas in this workshop we will experience in a psychodramatic way towards an empowered feminine on the basis of wisdom, love and compassion. Maybe it will help us to survive. Tibetans have Prajnjaparamita, the mother of all, who is wisdom and love.
I was amazed how easily the method of psychodrama finds its role in in organisational context. Although, people in business prefer not to pronounce the name, but they eagerly participate and enjoy the process and appreciate the outcomes. About the workshop. The goal of the workshop is to show how to use psychodrama, sociodrama, work with objects and other techniques in team and leadership diagnostics and development. Who would benefit most from the workshop.
Abstract in progress - IAGP International Psychodrama Conference
Psychotherapists — new or experienced — who work or plan working in the organizational context with the method of psychodrama. The family into which we are born is the foundation, the basis for the growth of the person who is today. A family is made up of the feelings and relationships between people — intimacy, caring, loyalty, support and love.
The family is the only place in the world where people are loved not for what they do or give, but for being who they are. During the workshop, we will examine how to survive in the family if it is not secure: how to support and hold, and whether it is possible to increase the security of all family members, so that love could grow and transform. We will also learn whether this will allow to change the existing family patterns.
The workshop employs the methods of psychodrama, family constellations, family systems therapy and Imago and EFT relationship therapy. I am a graduate of the Tallinn Psychodrama Institute. I have also started studying to become a family therapy trainer, and I am a student of systemic family constellation. We realized that as white, middle aged, heterosexual, working men, we where the norm; whenever someone was referring to whom is normal, or stating a difference, it was different from us… or better, it was different from the stereotype we represent. We decided that this was not only a responsibility, as inclusion, de facto, means that we have to become more inclusive, but also that we where called to live to a standard, a stereotype, that was limiting our authentic and free expression too.
We came to the conclusion that we want more, for ourselves as men, for our organizations and for our communities. Human mind is hypothesis-driven and our observations of the world are strongly shaped by preconceptions. My second argument is that changing the balance between these two processes is important and feasible. Insights from psychodynamic transference and savant syndrome are presented to support these ideas.
Uniting these contemporary notions with some essentials of J. Because spontaneity is formed before having the evidence for its truth or adequacy, it entails, in adults, overcoming apprehensions about acting without a theory in mind. This is what trusting-the-process means and it requires training, which psychodrama fosters on its stage laboratory. The workshop aims to explore the diversity that characterize people, looking for points of contact and connections, countering prejudice and perceived threats.
The dynamics of desire are forged in our childhood experiences and our sexual preferences are shaped by the thrills, challenges and conflicts of our early relationships. Were we held or neglected? Loved or abandoned? Did we experience pleasure or did we learn not to expect too much? What did our family teach us about our body, our gender and our sexuality? Our first attachment experiences provide us with a template for what we expect to happen or will not allow in an intimate relationship.
Sex is a clue on how we deal with closeness, how we deal with control or surrender and how we manage pleasure. It reflects how vulnerable we allow ourselves to be and how we receive, ask, give or take. This experiential workshop is designed to give an opportunity for personal exploration and professional development and will help explore our unique erotic blueprint in a safe and supportive environment. The group will examine different ways of working on, analyzing and contextualizing sexuality in a therapeutic setting. We will explore how to create a safe space to deal with the issues around intimacy, vulnerability, pleasure, desire, identity, sexual orientation, gender, sexual preferences, fantasies and erotic dreams.
The ultimate aim in this workshop will be to initiate a transformative process of self awareness so as to playfully rekindle our creativity and desire.
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Learning Objectives: After attending this workshop, participants will be able to: 1. Describe the alternative action methods presented that could be applied among the physically impaired population; 2.
Apply the alternative action methods appropriate for use among the physically impaired population.