Sue Daniel is a psychodramatist (Trainer, Educator & Practitioner – TEP). She is also an individual and group psychotherapist, and consulting psychologist in private practice in South Yarra. Living in Melbourne, she also practices out of rooms in Willoughby, Sydney. Sue is the Director of the Psychodrama Institute of Melbourne (PIM) and Founder of both the Moreno Psychodrama Society (MPS) and the Australian and Aotearoa Board of Psychodrama (AABP).
In 2020, Sue is continuing to provide a range of services within Australia and Internationally online. A new experiential group commencing on the 10th November 2020 is entitled ‘Onscreen’ – Explorations in virtual reality through Psychodrama. Others in this series will be posted soon. Topics include ‘psychodrama and sociometry in one-to-one therapy’, ‘role theory in couple counselling’, ‘coaching as an action method’, and ‘sociometry in the classroom’.
Sue has over 40 years experience conducting psychodrama training, supervision workshops and seminars in Australia and other countries including Japan, India, Slovenia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Russia, Estonia, New Zealand (Aotearoa), Sweden, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Norway, Turkey, Canada, Argentina, Brazil, U.K., Israel, Austria, USA, Colombia, Singapore, China, Croatia and Lithuania.
She is active in the development of psychodrama throughout the world. She teaches and lectures in Australia and overseas in communities, universities and organisations. Sue is the Board (AABP) Consultant and Senior Faculty at Psychodrama in India (PiI) and she conducts an annual residency at ‘the little Psychodrama Festival’ in Krusce, Slovenia. Her work in Japan began in 1986. She became the first foreign Visiting Professor at the Muroran Institute of Technology, Muroran University, Hokkaido, Japan.