The Psychodrama Institute of Melbourne (PIM) is a world class training organisation in leadership, group psychotherapy, role theory, role training, sociometry and psychodrama. Our training programs is bespoke, with a range of different events that people can choose from and discuss with their primary trainer. In addition various practitioners and senior trainees are offering individual and small group supervision, personal and professional development courses (including yogic breathing and psychodrama), psychotherapy, counselling, coaching, mentoring, staff development and organisational consultancy.
The institute has at its core the sociometric principles of the founders of psychodrama, Dr. J. L. Moreno (1889-1974) and Zerka T. Moreno (1917-2016), with an emphasis on two-way mutual relationships, spontaneity and creativity. The Director of PIM is Sue Daniel.
The Program: In 2020, Sue is continuing to provide a range of services within Australia and Internationally. As one of the founders of the Krusce little online festival of psychodrama in Slovenia, 18-22 August, she is co-creating this five-day online event with the theme, BODIES SPACES CURRENTS WORLDS.
This year ALL of our courses are online. A NEW training program is beginning in September for those new to psychodrama and a new series of workshops for individual practitioners working online. Interviews begin 1 August until 1 September, by zoom. PIM also has a variety of services conducted by a range of independent professional practitioners and senior trainees, who use specific modalities including psychodrama, art and yoga in their practice (see Other Services).
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The 4-Day Annual Intensive Psychodrama Workshop in Melbourne, with the title ‘CREATION’ is this year being online: Friday – Monday, 16-19 October We begin each day at 2.30 p.m Melbourne time (to accommodate world time differences) and we’ll close with an End of Day by 7.30 p.m . The workshop is being conducted by Sue Daniel along sociometric lines, with several other colleagues presenting sessions. There will be opportunity to experience the breadth and depth of psychodrama applicable in a wide range of fields and disciplines. (International times and all details can be found on this flyer).
Psychodrama is about mutual relationships and living in the moment. Making connections through relationship is the catalyst for real change. Our aim is to promote individual and group health in our communities through the spontaneity and creativity of psychodrama.