image Sociodrama Workshop in Birmingham, 17-18 November 2018

Sociodrama Workshop in Birmingham, 17-18 November 2018
Hosted by the Birmingham Institute for Psychodrama

‘Intractable Problems: Making the Unmanageable Manageable’

Description and Booking

When faced with what appears to be an unending stream of events, tasks or problems that threaten to defeat us, we forget that everything that we need is in the room. We don’t know it, can’t see it at that point. Unsatisfactory compromise doesn’t address the challenges that we are facing.

When we gather and marshal collective wisdom, we can use Sociodrama to help us understand other tribes, perspectives, soften hard feelings and see things in new ways. Sourcing trust and resilience, we can create better options for the present and future, giving us that most rebellious of feelings – hope.

Workshop leaders:
Valerie Monti Holland is a facilitator, trainer, mentor and coach. Following her M.A. in Applied Theatre (University of Manchester) and a diploma in Sociodrama and Action Methods, Valerie has developed a portfolio working across the public, private and voluntary sectors in the UK, the US and in Europe. Her highly successful workshops use dynamic methods to enable greater team cohesion, candid communication and embodied leadership development. Valerie lives on the edge of the Peak District where she cycles, runs and walks balanced by a lifetime passion for yoga. She is the proud and grateful mother of a son and a daughter.
John Wenger is a psychotherapist, trainer, facilitator and coach.  He has applied sociodrama and psychodrama for over 15 years in organisations large and small, in therapeutic and non-therapeutic settings, in New Zealand and the UK.  He is passionate about Morenian methods as potential world-changers.  He brings to his work an endless curiosity around how humans learn and change, and is interested in how we humans can co-create joyful, life-giving ways of being and inter-being.

Cost: £190
To book your place, and for full information, please visit:
Birmingham Institute for Psychodrama

© SCAN 2018

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