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Jun 18 2018

Princeton Area, NJ


These ongoing sessions present sociometry, psychodrama, spontaneity-creativity theory and role theory. Trainees learn the theoretical substructure of psychodrama, sociodrama, and group psychotherapy. They will also practice techniques for use in their field of interest. Trainees have the opportunity to experience and learn about the roles of group member, auxiliary ego, protagonist, and director.

Group I - Mondays 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

September 13, 2010 - June 20, 2011

$ 1400 (if paid in full by Sept. 13)
$150 (if paid monthly)

Credits and CE hours* ◊ : 10 hrs monthly
Trainer: Antonina Garcia
Registrar: Antonina Garcia: (732) 656-1137

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Jun 18 2018

New York, NY
Personal Growth and Training GROUP

Led by: Jacob Gershoni, LCSW, CGP, TEP
Location: 19 West 34th St., Suite 301, N.Y.C, NY
Time: Mondays, 5:30-7:25 p.m.
This group utilizes action-oriented methods based on group therapy, psychodrama, and sociometry. In a safe and affirming setting, group members have opportunities to explore issues including: social and personal relationships, family of origin, work & career challenges, positive identity, and tapping their creative potential. These methods are effective, powerful and fun. Training credits will be given to those training toward certification in psychodrama.

A personal interview is required. For information or referrals, please call Jacob Gershoni at:

Email: JacobG12@gmail.com Webpage: www.GrouPsychodrama.com

Jacob Gershoni, LCSW, CGP, TEP, is a psychotherapist with over 30 years experience and is the co-director of the Psychodrama Training Institute of New York. He is a trainer, educator and practitioner certified by the American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama, and the editor of Psychodrama in the 21st Century: Clinical and Educational Applications (Springer Publishing Co. 2003)

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Jun 18 2018

Omaha, NE Area (Schuyler)
“Answering the Call: Saying ‘Yes’ to the Journey of Spiritual Transformation”

At this historic Time of paradigm shifts, upheavals, and what some might describe as a ‘Wasteland’ experience, our Best Selves are being called forth to Step Up and support each other in ‘Seeding the Chaos’ with the values, visions, and compassionate energy we need for a Healing Emergence into a New Story.

The Journey of the Heroine/Hero stands as a model for how we might identify, accept, and move through this critical, yet exciting, challenge.

Following our May workshop’s focus on the Call, during this five-day residential retreat (17 - 21 June), we explore phase two of the Heroine/Hero’s Journey – a time to say ‘Yes’ and begin the Journey of Spiritual Transformation (often called the Road of Trials). This is when we experience leaving the familiar for the Lure of Becoming.

Here we can work more deeply with our fears and attitudes toward death, dying, loss, and grief, but also explore and find strength, courage, inspiration, comfort, and joy in the values, guiding principles, beliefs, and spiritual/religious traditions we hold dear. Here we can welcome with gratitude the Compassionate Allies who show up to walk with us and support us.

Using the Sociometric Wheel to further explore their place in this process, participants will have the opportunity to choose whether they are ready to step over the Threshold onto the Road of Trials; identify and work with their Compassionate Allies; experience the support of a kindred spirit community; and utilize transformational tools, including ceremony.

Throughout the retreat and toward the end, there will be time to reflect upon choices, challenges, support, and process. Participants will be able to access roles that can deepen their understanding of and experience with action methods and their use. They also will reflect on how their learning during this retreat might be incorporated personally and/or professionally after returning home.

Though helpful, it is not necessary to attend the earlier or later workshops. There are no pre-requisites for any of them, and the overall heroine/hero’s journey is incorporated into all three. The October workshop will focus on the Return.

Trainer: MaryCatherine (Cathy) Burgess, PhD, LPC, TEP
ABE Training and CEU Hours: 32

COST (Accommodation and Meals included in Price): Early Bird (through 10 May 2018) - $720 Single/$690 Double*
Regular (11 May – 4 June 2018) - $785 Single/$720 Double*
*For Double Room, email inquiry first (website/Contact). Rooms are limited, and two must register together.

Further information, a related MCB bio, flyer, and Registration and Payment link can be found on the website in the drop-down areas under 'Events'.

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Jun 18 2018

HVPI Highland, NY
Monday Evening Psychodrama Group for Personal and Professional Growth

6:15-8:15 PM

Rebecca Walters and Judy Swallow

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