2013 Intermediate and Advanced Training
At a glance
This series of modules is designed for trainees who have 300 or more hours of training, who are using the method in their work and who are committed to further developing as a psychodramatist, sociometrist, role trainer or sociodramatist, and are or becoming Associate Members of ANZPA.
Intermediate training is characterised by: further training, expanding your application of this method in your work or expanding your work to include conducting psychodrama, role training, sociodrama or sociometry groups. This is a time to complete the early writing requirements of certification based on your application of this method in your work. Attending a group supervision series or having 1:1 supervision is a requirement in your training. This may also be the right time to undertake further development in experiential workshops conducted for trainees. It is unrealistic to expect to do all personal development as part of your professional development in training.
The hallmarks of advanced training are: a tailored approach to learning, an emphasis on supervision in the application of the method, and completing writing and reading tasks to further integrate the method and mirror comprehension. Trainees can anticipate expansion of the roles of director and group worker to the standards set in the ANZPA Training and Standards Manual. Trainees will assimilate the psychodrama approach to work and life through writing, reading, supervision, and training. Advanced training will develop sustaining your sense of adequacy, and include: experiencing your own spontaneity and creativity; trusting being with oneself moment-by-moment; and trusting the capacity for spontaneity to arise in others when applying this method.
Trainees who enrol in intermediate and advanced training are required to
set a learning contract with their primary trainer or, if they do not
as yet have a primary trainer relationship, with the Director, Peter
Howie. This contract will include: the aspirations of the trainee, the
area of development for focus for the year and, a schedule training
(workshops, writing, reading, supervision) they will complete. The
contract will be completed, or substantially completed, before training
begins and will likely be adjusted through the year.
The elements of training are as follows:
- Intense workshops: residential and non residential
- Supervision in the application of the method, either 1:1 or group supervision
- Completion of written tasks, including requirements for certification
- Attendance at an ongoing training group and residential training
- Supervision with their primary trainer and others
- Reading, reflecting and writing
- Participation in a psychodrama peer practice group.
||Meeting with your Primary Trainer or Director of Moreno Collegium
Refining or drafting your learning contract, and oversight of learning.
Commenced by 23rd February, 2013 Cost of 2 - 4 sessions $220 - $440
|Module 2||Supervision in applying the method is mandatory
A series of six 1:1 supervision sessions with a TEP/TEPIT: As arranged Cost $660
And/Or Group Supervision for Trainees with Brigid. Click here for link and information
Closing date for enrolment is 18 March
Training in the method and in writing
2 terms of 4 evenings and 2 half weekends. Cost for 2 terms $1,500
Term 1: March 2/3, Wed 20, 27, April 3, 10, 6/7 (Weekends Sat 1 - 6.30, Sun 9.30-12.30)
Mid term: Formation and attendance at an ongoing peer psychodrama practice groupTerm 2: Aug 17/18, Wed 21, 28 Sept 4, 11, 14/15 (Weekends Sat 1 - 6.30, Sun 9.30-12.30)
Completion Writing - Saturday May 11th 10 - 4
Progressing Thesis Writing - Saturday Oct 19th 10 - 4
Cost of these two days $300. For further information on these programs click here.
Advanced Experiential Psychodrama Groups with Peter Howie and Brigid Hirschfeld
The fee is $340 inc GST$600 if both programs are booked and paid for together.
| Module 6
Five-day residential workshop in October at Mercy Centre, Brisbane with Max Clayton with Diz Synnot assisting. Click here for link. Cost approx $1,900 Wednesday 9th October to Sunday 13th October.
| Module 7
|| Ad hoc activities: with supervision