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Open Access Weekend Workshops

"Fascinating, inspiring, unique"  - Guest [autumn 2016]

These workshop weekends provide an opportunity to experience psychodrama and engage with relevant theories within a safe and supportive environment. Each weekend has a theme, which acts as a general focus for the psychodrama sessions and the accompanying reading. Open Access workshops are directed by London Centre and BPA registered Trainers and occasionally senior trainees.

Who are Open Access Weekends for?

Open Access Weekends are open to members of the public. No prior experience of psychodrama is required. We also welcome diploma or certificate trainees from other psychodrama training schools and professionals who have a particular interest in psychodrama or the topic for the weekend. These workshops are intended to provide an experience of psychodrama and although they are therapeutic they are not intended as a means of providing psychotherapy.

Times:

Each weekend runs Saturday 9.30 to 18.00 hours; Sunday 9.30 to 16.00 hours. A weekend counts as 16 psychodrama/ CPD hours. Certificates of attendance are provided to give evidence of continuing professional development where needed.

Venue: 440a Hornsey Road, Finsbury Park, N19 4EB

Fees and accommodation:

Weekend fees are £260. Accommodation can be found locally at a reasonable rate if booked in advance.


Calendar of Open Access Weekends

October 22/23 2022

Object Relations Theory and Psychodrama

In this weekend we will focus on the work of Melanie Klein and link it to the Morenian practice of psychodrama. We will explore how our early relational experiences inform our current relationship patterns and sense of self.

See events calendar for details



February 18/19 2023

Managing Fear and Anxiety Through Creativity

Many of us experience fear and anxiety in our daily life. This workshop will explore how we can manage these moments that put us in touch with the human condition in a creative way.

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May 20/21 2023

Power and Gender Issues in Psychotherapy

"Inequality between the sexes is one of the most intractable features of human cultures" (Maguire M.) This workshop will focus on the implications of this statement for our psychodrama and sociodrama practice.

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