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Feb 18 2019

New York NY,

Led by: Jacob Gershoni, LCSW, CGP, TEP
Location: 19 West 34th St., Suite 301, N.Y.C, NY
Time: Mondays, 5:30-7:30 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 certified trainer, educator and practitioner and a Fellow of 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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Feb 18 2019

New Delhi, India
Containment: The Key to Safety with Action Methods

Our brains are hardwired to Fight, Flight or Freeze from danger. Unfortunately, long after many traumatic experiences happened, the survivor continues to use those survival defenses, forming rigid patterns that shut down or overwhelm the system with unexpressed emotion. This is especially true of grief. For many survivors, it would have been dangerous to cry out while neglect, violence or abuse was happening, while many associate grief with being a victim. So, deep pain and grief from abuse is often hidden or repressed for years, becoming the proverbial ‘elephant-in-the-room.’

However, TSM has a special Prescriptive Role, the Containing Double (cd), that helps clients work through dissociation and other defenses to access these intense feelings of grief and mourning—safely and without retraumatization. The cd was one of the first roles to be developed by TSM. Its efficacy has been researched and it is used throughout the world, across cultures and languages. In this workshop, participants will learn and practice the Containing Double in triads, participate in full TSM psychodramas, and learn TSM’s Action Safety Structures that enhance group cohesion and provide the overarching container for deep work.

Place: Asha Training Centre, Krishna Colony.

Organizer: Vedadrama India Pvt. Ltd., PIB-Zentrum, Germany, and

Asha, a project of CHILD, Coimbatore.

Registration: ceo@vedadrama.com

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