Theory and Practice of Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy
This training, intended for professionals and students in the mental health and human services field, provides a foundation in the theory and techniques of psychodrama, sociometry, and related group methods. The training, for individuals with up to 150 hours of prior psychodrama, is designed specifically to provide a solid foundation in the basic theory, concepts, and methods, along with skills practice and other experiential learning opportunities. Depending on participants’ interests, there may also be presentations and demonstrations on using action methods with populations and settings of interest, such as in the treatment of people with addictions, eating disorders, trauma and other mental health conditions, and in settings such as schools, other educational settings, faith communities, and organizational and community development.
Dates: The third Wednesday of each month, January through June 2015, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with a 60-minute lunch break. February 18 March 18 April 15 May 20 June 17
Note: Participant are asked to make a commitment to participate in the entire series, and payment is expected for all six sessions. Location: Laurel, Maryland (near Route 29 and I-95)
Fee: $175 per session, for a total of $875. If you pay for the entire series in advance or on the first day, you will get a $75 discount ($800). Cash, check and credit cards are accepted. (Please note: If you pay by credit card, there is a 3% service charge.)
Continuing Education Credit/Psychodrama Training Hours: For each session, 5.5 hours are granted through NBCC, NAADAC, ASET, American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, and Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners.