Psychodrama Training Workshop
Presented by: John Skandalis, M.A., L.M.H.C., T.E.P.
On March 3rd and 4th, 2018
I am pleased to welcome you to this psychodrama training weekend!
This weekend intensive includes:
- Auxiliary role training
- Psychodrama theory and history
- Personal work
- Director's practice
- Opportunities for mental health professionals to augment their clinical skills
- 13 hours of Psychodrama training
Sociometry is the social science created by psychodrama’s founder J.L. Moreno. It is the bedrock to understanding the use of psychodrama to help group members feel a sense of belonging and helps the group function optimally. We are using it to warm you up to being part of the group and create the trust and connection needed to enact your stories.
Psychodrama combines elements of theater and group therapy. We will put personal stories on the stage to help individuals gain insights, new skills and engage their emotions. The goal of psychodrama is to help the protagonist (the person whose story is being enacted) become more spontaneous. Greater spontaneity leads to greater creativity to address life’s problems.
About the Trainer: John Skandalis, M.A., L.M.H.C., T.E.P. is a counselor in Seattle who works with individuals, couples and leads groups. John is a nationally certified Trainer, Educator and Practitioner (T.E.P.) of Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy. He firmly believes in the power of groups to heal, transform and connect individuals to each other. John brings his extensive training, teaching skills, and sense of humor to his workshops.
Workshop Fee and Information: The fee is $279.00. An early registration non-refundable deposit of $50.00 received by February 3rd reduces the total cost to $239.00. The balance of $189.00 is due at the start of the workshop. Deposits received after that date will hold your spot and the $229.00 balance is due at the beginning of the workshop. Final date to make deposits is February 24th.
Please inquire about a student discount.
We start at 10AM on Saturday, March 3rd and go until 8 PM. On Sunday, March 4th, we start at 10 AM and end at 5:00 PM.
The workshop will be held in the presenter’s office in Seattle: 1800 Westlake Avenue North, Suite 206, Seattle, 98109. Bring sack lunches for Saturday and Sunday. We will eat dinner Saturday at a nearby restaurant.
Early registration deposits with your contact information can be made out to John Skandalis and mailed to the address above.
For more information or to set up a required interview contact John Skandalis at (206) 522-6992 or firstname.lastname@example.org.