New Supervision Group 2020 with Katrina Gaskin

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I’m formulating a Psychodrama Supervision Group on one Friday morning of the month.   This ongoing group is for psychodrama practitioners, trainees and other professionals.  You will have the opportunity to bring forward aspects of your work with clients or groups, to further develop your skills and roles as group leaders, clinicians and practitioners, and also to lead the group and practice your directing. Our group will begin on Friday 6 March from 9.30am – 12.30pm and continue on 3 April, 8 May, 5 June, 3 July, 7 August, 4 September, 2 October and 6 November; making 9 Fridays during 2020.  The fee…

Individual Psychotherapy in Melbourne and Sydney

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Sue Daniel conducts individual psychotherapy, couple counselling and family therapy in South Yarra in Melbourne and in Willoughby in Sydney. Contact her directly by texting 0417 586 791 for an appointment or enquiry. Sue also works with adolescents and children. She has worked in private practice since 1986 in Melbourne. She began an additional practice in Sydney in February 2020. Sue is a registered general psychologist (APHRA & MAPS), a consulting psychologist and psychotherapist specialising in relationships, grief, anxiety and depression. Hers is a positive psychology, client centred and psychodynamic. As an experienced Coach, certified Role Trainer, Supervisor, and Board…

Liberation through Role Training – an Essay

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Author: Sue Daniel The essence of role training involves mirroring, role reversal and concretisation. We can develop new responses to old situations and novel responses to new ones, through an invigorating process of learning through action. Role training can be applied when surprising or unexpected events occur; is ideal in debriefing or where repetitive patterns of behaviour and stuck systems are preventing new growth and heathy relationships.  It is recommended for people working in organisations, for those experiencing conflict in their personal, work, or social relationships, if you simply want or need to get out of a mental rut and refresh…

The Art of the Moment

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THE ART OF THE MOMENT  (The following is an excerpt from my article on The Theatre of Spontaneity, published in ‘The Mirror’, e-Journal of the Moreno Psychodrama Society, No. 14 December 2019.) It began in 1911, the year my Mother was born in Werribee, Victoria, 21-year-old Jacob Levy Moreno enacting and discovering his Theatre for Children (Kinderbuehne) in the gardens of Vienna, and for a time, in the house of Kaiser Josef Strauss. This marked the beginning of the first period of the Art of the Moment with its Theatre of Spontaneity. Ninety years later our Theatre of Spontaneity (ToS for short),…