Positive experiences and relationships from our past give us hope and
courage for today and the future. In this evening workshop we will
re-connect with our resources-cultural, spiritual and interpersonal-
drawing nurturance, guidance, and strength to meet the challenges of
the coming year. Psychodrama and group psychotherapy will be our tools.
Join us for an evening of feeding our souls, our relationships and our
previous psychodrama or group experience needed. Shy people welcome.
Is Psychodrama? What
is Psychodrama? Psychodrama is an experiential method of exploring our
private and public worlds in a multi-dimensional, creative way. It
helps people safely express unexpressed feelings, develop insight and
find and practice new, desired behaviors. Psychodrama encounters people
where they are in the present and assists them in contacting and
developing the best that is within themselves. As a natural outgrowth,
people experience a deeper connection and appreciation of others.
Psychodrama emphasizes creativity and spontaneity rather than illness
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Psychodrama Trainer, Educator,
Practitioner (TEP), Registered Drama Therapist/Board Certified Trainer
(RDT/BCT), is the founder and director of IMAGINE! Center for
Creativity and Healing and Bay Area Playback Theatre, adjunct faculty
at the California Institute of Integral Studies and has presented at
Spirit Rock Meditation Center. Having worked with the LGBT
community for over fifteen years, Sylvia specializes with issues of
grief and loss, blocks to creativity, and trauma and childhood abuse
recovery. She is past President of the Northern CA Chapter of the
National Association of Drama Therapy and maintains a private practice
in Marin and San Francisco.