Psychodrama and Embodied Imagination – 17 June 2017

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Date(s) - 17/06/2017
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Griffin Centre - Room 6

Psychodrama and Embodied Imagination

This event includes two workshops.  

Psychodrama with Annette Fisher
JL Moreno, the initiator of psychodrama wrote about and taught the importance of the therapeutic relationship and the necessity for positive relationships to allow for personal and professional development. Psychodrama explores the systemic effects of relationships, institutions and culture on the individual. A corner stone of Psychodrama is the notion that everyone is a creative genius and has the ability to develop creativity and spontaneity in their everyday work and life. Use of the techniques enhances the clinical practice of counsellors and psychotherapists.

Embodied Imagination with Jennifer Hume
Robert Bosnak, a Dutch Jungian analyst, pioneered Embodied Imagination in the late 1970’s. It is a therapeutic and creative way of working with dreams and memories. Neuroscience has convincingly demonstrated the functional unity between mind and body. In doing so, science validates the existence of forces in the psyche which stimulate the body’s capacity to heal itself. The Embodied Imagination modality can be used to experience multiple embodied states simultaneously in a complex pattern, expanding our awareness and psychological flexibility which allows for something new and profoundly transforming to unfold.

Members $70 (inc. GST)
Students: $45 (inc. GST)
Non-members $90 (inc. GST)

Afternoon tea included

This event counts as 3.5 hours (7 points) of category A CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements

Please register via the PACFA Portal