Psychodrama is a form of psychotherapy that recognizes the important connection of the body, mind, and unconscious. It is an interactive form of individual and group therapy that puts thoughts and feelings into action. By utilizing the mind and the body we gain access to the unconscious which can be a shortcut to more effective therapy.
This group is geared toward professionals including therapists, lawyers, medical professionals, teachers, and those involved in the arts. Adult students are also welcome. If you experience anxiety, depression, have experienced loss, or are feeling uncomfortable with your anger, this group could be a good place for you to explore these issues.
About the group leader: I am an experienced LCSW, Certified Practitioner and PAT of Psychodrama wtih 22 years of experience working with individuals, couples, families, and groups with a wide variety of issues. I have supervised (certified in NJ) social workers, family therapists, and counselors for 19 years. I have a passion for teaching family therapy and psychodrama--two very powerful and complementary methodologies.
I am a Certified Practitioner and a PAT of psychodrama with over 10 years of experience, which allows me to provide you with up to 160 hours of training towards certification. In addition, I am the Associate Clinical Director of Family Service League, a local not-for-profit counseling agency, a staff PAT at the Psychodrama & Creative Arts Institute, NYC, and an Adjunct Associate Professor at NYU.
When: Thursdays, starting September 20th 2018, from 7:00 until 9:00PM Where: Upper Montclair, NJ Fee: $450 for 10 sessions.
There are partial scholarships available. Full time students get 10% off.