WORKSHOP - ABSTRACT AND CV

The CV and  the following abstracts clarify the background, the format and the content of each workshop. The organization of these workshops including the zoom link,  language facilities and other aspects depends directly on each conductor of them.  Please contact them if there is a need for further clarification.

Application: by e–mail at:  see email of each conductor. For the community sessions (Social Dreaming Matrix, Large Group, Opening and Closure Sessions) at: arcapsychodram@gmail.com 

 

The workshops and their conductors are listed in chronological order

 

Seminari

Il CV e gli abstract seguenti chiariscono il background, il formato e il contenuto di ogni workshop. L'organizzazione di questi seminari, incluso il collegamento zoom, le strutture linguistiche e altri aspetti, dipende direttamente da ciascuno di essi. Si prega di contattarli se c'è bisogno di ulteriori chiarimenti.

Applicazione: via e-mail all'indirizzo: vedi e-mail di ogni conducente. Per le sessioni della comunità (Social Dreaming Matrix, Large Group, Opening and Closure Sessions) a: arcapsychodram@gmail.com

I laboratori e i loro conduttori sono elencati in ordine cronologico

 

Talleres

El CV y ​​los siguientes resúmenes aclaran los antecedentes, el formato y el contenido de cada taller. La organización de estos talleres, incluido el enlace de zoom, las facilidades lingüísticas y otros aspectos, depende directamente de cada director de ellos. Comuníquese con ellos si necesita más aclaraciones.

Inscripciones: por correo electrónico a: ver correo electrónico de cada director. Para las sesiones de la comunidad (Social Dreaming Matrix, Large Group, Sesiones de apertura y cierre) en: arcapsychodram@gmail.com

Los talleres y sus directores se enumeran en orden cronológico.

Thursday - Friday 1   Giovedi - Venerdi 1   Jueves - Viernes 1

Marina Brinchi
Italy 
Thursday

Max number of participants: 40     Languages: IT, ENG                             Email for registration:                       marina.brinchi@hotmail.it 

C.V. Psychologist Psychotherapist. Since 1987 Chair of training of Postgradate of Training and Systemic Relational Consultancy European Institute (IEFCoSTRe). Since 1990 Member of Group Analysis Therapy Center Board (CATG), Delegate at the European Group Analytic Training Network (EGATIN) and Teacher at Postgradate Group Analytic PsychotherapySchool (SPAG). Co President of Psychodrama Mediterranean Association (AMP) founded by Maurizio Gasseau, Teacher at the Postgradate Institute of Analytical Psychology and Psychodrama (IPAP). Former Director of the National Health Service. Publications in scientific journals (Current Affairs in Psychology, Groups, Psycho-objective). Committee Member of National Equal Opportunities Psychologists Council.

Workshop: LOVE DESIRE IN DREAMS THEATER

Abstract 

Through the Jungian Psychodrama, we will try to explore the different configurations and declinations of love in an open sense. Loving, being loved and living the dimension of love, speaks of us, of our identity and our soul. The loving dimension, in all its forms, remains suspended between the ideal and the real and between dream and reality. 

Though Jungian psychodrama, we try to offer to us the opportunity to explore how love shapes our internal world and how our internal world influences our love relationships, in an eternal dialectical exchange of words and emotions. 

We will accompany us through the worming up, the incubation of dreams and the psychodramatic staging of the dream.

We will accompany us in the journey that the dream traces and we will allow us to experiment and give voice to the inner parts represented by the image of the dream translated into movements, actions, role changes. 

Other contents will emerge sharing experiences with the others through similar experiences.

In the end, the return of the Observer will propose an individual and group sense of the representation we have given in this theater of dreams.

Maurizio Gasseau Italy      
Thursday

Max number of participants: 40     Languages: IT, ENG                             Email for registration:                               m.gasseau@univda.it

C.V. Associate Professor of Dynamic Psychology at the University of Aosta. Jungian analyst, he developed the Jungian Psychodrama method and theory. Past Chair of IAGP Psychodrama Section and of the Mediterranean Association of Psychodrama. Chair of training of Postgradate Institute of Analytical Psychology and Psychodrama (IPAP). Board member IAGP and Co-chair of IAGP Education Committee. Co - coordinator of FEPTO Task Force for Peace Building and Conflict Transformation. Author of more than ninety publications on group psychotherapy and research, such as Lo psicodramma junghiano with G. Gasca and Il sogno. Dalla psicologia analitica allo psicodramma junghiano with R. Bernardini. Honorary member of Italian Association of Research in Groups and Psychodrama (APRAGIP) and Association of Research in Analytical Psychology (ARPA)

Workshop: IL DESIDERIO D’AMORE NEL TEATRO DEL SOGNO

Abstract 

Attraverso lo Psicodramma Junghiano, cercheremo di esplorare le differenti configurazioni e declinazioni dell’amore nel senso più ampio del termine. Amare, essere amati e vivere questa dimensione parla di noi, della nostra identità e della nostra anima. La dimensione amorosa, in tutte le sue forme, rimane sospesa tra l’ideale ed il reale e tra il sogno e la realtà. 

Lo psicodramma junghiano offre la possibilità ai partecipanti di esplorare come l’amore configura il nostro mondo interno e come il nostro mondo interno influenza le nostre relazioni d’amore, in un eterno dialettico scambio di parole ed emozioni.

Attraverso il riscaldamento mirato, l’incubazione del sogno e la sua messa in scena, accompagneremo il sognatore nel viaggio tracciato dal sogno stesso. Dando voce e corpo alle dimensioni interiori rappresentate dalla messa in scena delle immagini oniriche, il sognatore potrà raccontare i propri vissuti tradotti in movimenti, azioni, cambi di ruolo e condivisione con l’altro.

Alla fine, la restituzione dell’Osservatore proporrà un senso individuale e gruppale della rappresentazione sviluppatasi nel teatro del sogno 

Fabian Blobel Germany     
Thursday

Max number of participants: 24 Languages: ENG                                Email for registration: info@kjpblobel.de

 C.V. Dr. med. Fabian Blobel is specialized in psychiatry and psychotherapy for children and adolescents in Germany. Director, trainer and supervisor in psychodrama for children and adolescents.

Fabian Blobel is direct student of Alfons Aichinger and Walter Holl (creators of the Psychodrama method for children in Germany), longtime head of the group therapy department for children and adolescents at the Mental Health Service in Canton of Solothurn, Switzerland.

Director of Training Programs in Psychodrama Center Orpheus: „Psychodrama with children“ and Psychodrama and action methods with groups of adolescents.

info@kjpblobel.de 

Workshop: My stage, your stage, our stage: role development on line

Symbolization and mentalisation through play is essential for the development of the human being.

How can different theories help us to understand the role development.

The main aim in the psychodramatic work is to bring the inner stage on the outer stage in order to be able to interact with the other and by that adapting the inner stage to the new experiences.

What steps are necessary for a role development? How can these insights help us to understand the process and the needs for a good role development?

In order to be able to work psychodramatically online, a much more detailed and conscious warming up is needed, compared with the group work on the analog stage.

In this workshop we will experience how the psychodrama with children can help us to plan and create the necessary interventions to alter the competences of play and for a good role development ONLINE.

Luigi Dotti
Italy
Friday 1st session

Max number participants: 25
Languages: ENG, IT
Email to register:               gigi@playback.it

C.V. Psicologo e psicoterapeuta, direttore di psicodramma, sociodramma e playback theatre. Ho operato per oltre  40 anni nel Servizio Sanitario Nazionale, occupandomi particolarmente di psicoterapia di gruppo per adulti e bambini, della formazione di insegnanti, genitori, operatori sociosanitari ed educativi. Nel 2000 ho aperto il teatro di psicodramma in provaglio d'Iseo (brescia). Il teatro di psicodramma realizza psicodrammi pubblici  per la comunità e per le scuole. Ho scritto vari articoli e pubblicazioni su action methods, psicodramma e playback theatre.

I’m Psychologist and Psychotherapist, psychodrama and playback theatre director . I worked for over 40 years  in the National Health Service, conducting psychotherapy and training groups  for adults and children in the fields of  disability, psychiatry and health promotion.

In 2000 I opened the psychodrama theater in provaglio d'Iseo (Brescia). The psychodrama theater offers public psychodramas for the community and for schools.

I wrote several articles and books on action methods (playback Theatre, psychodrama and sociodrama).

Group hurts, group heals.

The collective creation of the fairy tale between psychodrama and sociodrama.

In the work with real groups (for example, class groups in the school) the fairy tale created by the group brings out the problematic of the individual and of the group.

The techniques of the art of inventing stories (Gianni Rodari, The grammar of fantasy) help the group to share fears, desires and conflicts.

The subsequent psychodramatic and socio-dramatic game allows the group to project itself into the future and into the dimension of desire, in search of good solutions for the group and for the individual.

Davide Motta
Italy
Friday 1st session

Max number participants: 25
Languages: ENG, IT
Email to register:               gigi@playback.it

C.V. Psicologo del lavoro, psicoterapeuta. Direttore di psicodramma e Playback Theatre e Accredited Trainer of Playback Theatre, Lavora in italia e all'estero come coach, assessor e formatore.  Insieme a Paolo Lanciani, ha ideato il Progetto Billy Elliot, un workshop su diversity&inclusion per soli uomini

Occupational psychologist, psychotherapist. Director of psychodrama and Playback Theater and Accredited Trainer of Playback Theater, he works in Italy and abroad as a coach, assessor and trainer. Together with Paolo Lanciani, he conceived the Billy Elliot Project, a workshop on diversity & inclusion for men only

Gruppo ferisce,  gruppo guarisce.

La creazione collettiva della fiaba tra psicodramma e sociodramma.

Nel lavoro con i gruppi reali (ad esempio, gruppi classe nella scuola) la  fiaba creata dal gruppo fa emergere la problematica del singolo e del gruppo.

Le tecniche dell'arte di inventare storie (Gianni Rodari, La grammatica della fantasia) aiutano  il gruppo a condividere paure, desideri e conflitti.

Il gioco psicodrammatico e sociodrammatico successivo consente al gruppo di proiettarsi nel futuro e nella dimensione del desiderio, alla ricerca di soluzioni buone per il gruppo e per il singolo.

Jorge Burmeister 
Spain / Switzerland Friday 1 st session

COMPLETE SORRY
AGOTADO PERDON

Max number participants: 24
Languages: ENG, ES
Email to register:             bulmonte21@arcapsychodrama.org

C.V. Study of Medicine University of Granada/Spain. Trainer and supervisor in Psychodrama, CBT, Analytic Psychology Jung, Analytic Pair and Family therapy, Guided Day-Dream Technique. Former Vice-director Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Littenheid/Switzerland. Founding member Federation of European and Mediterranean Psychodrama Organisations. (FEPTO). Former Board member and President IAGP. Lecturer at Universities in Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America. Founder/Co-Director Academy for Integrative Psychotherapy Switzerland since 1994. Founder /Ex Co-Director International Training Centre “Jakob L. and Zerka T. Moreno”/Granada. Dean “International Summer Academy for Groups” in Granada since 1999. Supervisor and Facilitator MsF (Doctors without Borders) since 2013.

C.V.: Estudio de Medicina Universidad de Granada / España. Formador y supervisor ​​en Psicodrama, CBT, Psicología Analítica Jung, Terapia Analítica de Pareja y Familia, Técnica Guiada del Sueño diurno. Durante 15 años Subdirector de la Clínica de Psiquiatría y Psicoterapia Littenheid / Suiza. Miembro fundador de la Federación de Organizaciones de Psicodrama europeas y mediterráneas. (FEPTO). Ex miembro de la Junta y Presidente de la IAGP. Conferencista en Universidades de Europa, África, Asia y Latinoamérica. Fundador / Co-Director de la Academia de Psicoterapia Integrativa Suiza desde 1994. Fundador / Ex Co-Director del Centro Internacional de Formación “Jakob L. y Zerka T. Moreno” / Granada. Decano de la “Academia Internacional de Verano para Grupos” en Granada desde 1999. Supervisor ​​y Facilitador MsF (Médicos sin Fronteras) desde 2013. 

Abstract/resumen and/y workshop /taller in english y español  

The great Arche: healing symbols  from our creation

According to fairy tales no one should ever hurt or kill the helpful animal or to disobey his will. This principle becomes even more important when it refers to our nature at large. It means that we have to be truthfully connected by our own most inner being with our primary nature. The Covid trauma however reminds us that we have hurt our nature within us and around us. It is not clear if our efforts are sufficient to repair it. But – we will try. 

In this workshop we will look out for the advice of the smart fox, of the courageous wolf, of the agile cat or the faithful bird. We will share our anxieties, our cholera and melan-cholia as well as our love, our courage and our hope which are still shining in spite of the darkness. Our boat is going with a flag of shattered dreams but a crew ready to renew them. Even if this would be the end lets come together to sing the song of our heart. Come together wherever you are!

 

La gran Arca: símbolos curativos de nuestra creación

Según los cuentos de hadas, nadie debería herir o matar al animal servicial o desobedecer su voluntad. Este principio se vuelve aún más importante cuando se refiere a nuestra naturaleza en general. Significa que tenemos que estar verdaderamente conectados por nuestro propio ser más interior con nuestra naturaleza primaria. Sin embargo, el trauma de Covid nos recuerda que hemos herido nuestra naturaleza dentro de nosotros y a nuestro alrededor. No está claro si nuestros esfuerzos son suficientes para repararlo. Pero lo intentaremos.

En este taller buscaremos los consejos del zorro inteligente, del lobo valiente, del gato ágil o del pájaro fiel. Compartiremos nuestras ansiedades, nuestro cólera y melancolía, así como nuestro amor, nuestro coraje y nuestra esperanza que aún brillan a pesar de la oscuridad. Nuestro barco va con una bandera de sueños rotos pero una tripulación lista para renovarlos. Incluso si este fuera el final, unámonos para cantar la canción de nuestro corazón. ¡Vengan para reunirse con nosotros donde quiera que estén!

Friday 2   Venerdi 2    Viernes 2

Vanda Druetta
Italy
Friday, 2d session

Max number participants: 30
Languages: ENG, IT, POR
Email to register: vanda.druetta@gmail.com

C.V. Psicologa, psicoterapeuta, psicodrammatista  ad orientamento junghiano. Socia Fepto, ArtPai,Coirag, IAGP.

Docente di psicodramma presso Scuola  di psicoterapia Ipap  (dal 2018) e Scuola di psicoterapia Coirag (dal 1994). Conduce gruppi di psicoterapia, di supervisione e di formazione sempre con il modello dello psicodramma analitico.

Da 4 anni si occupa di psicoterapia individuale e di gruppo on line, é vicepresidente dell’Associazione Transiti, psicoterapia dell’espatrio.

Autrice di numerosi articoli  e di alcuni sullo psicodramma .

C.V. Psychologist, psychoterapist, Jungian psychodrama conductor. Member of Fepto, ArtPai, Coirag, IAGP.

Psychodrama professor in Ipap Psychoterapy school (since 2018) and in Coirag Psychotherapy school (since 1994). She conducts psychotherapy groups, supervision and training groups with the model of analytical psychodrama. 

Since 4 years she works with online individual and group psychotherapy, is vice president of Transiti Association psychotherapy of expat. Author of many articles, several of them about psychodrama. 

Workshop:  With what images do we tell our pandemic story to get energy, restart and recreate? Together in the psychodrama group we try to do it.

We are living in a new dimension. We are absorbed by the changing which interrupted our usual schemes and flooded us with fear, risk, uncertainty. Worlds and caring immages lost their meaning in this disorientation. We are asking ourselves: what does our health needs? In order to mantain and sustain our soul’s and mind’s health perhaps we need to find immages of solidarity, gratefulness, beauty, kindness, which influence our recreation possibility. We will meet each other in the psychodrama group flow, looking for a new recovery of personal and collective ethic, and we will try with the group’s energy to find these dimensions, crushed under the shadow above us, and the trust in change.

Anna Varnai
Italy
Friday, 2d session

Max number participants: 30
Languages: ENG, IT, POR
Email to register: vanda.druetta@gmail.com

C.V. Clinical psychologist, psychodynamic Psychoterapist, specialised in Art Therapy and in Individual and Group psychotherapy and Psychodrama (COIRAG Institute, Turin, Italy). I work in public health care institutes as well as territorial projects conducting therapy groups with children, adults, couples, mother-child groups, using different expressive therapy approaches. 

C.V. Psicologa clinica, Psicoterapeuta specializzata in psicoterapia individuale e di gruppo con tecniche psicodrammatiche C.O.I.R.A.G. (Torino), Arteterapeuta. Lavora sul territorio torinese con gruppi di bambini, adulti, coppie genitoriali e coppia mamma-bambino, sia in ambito pubblico che privato, utilizzando l’approccio psicodinamico e la tecnica psicodrammatica, gruppoanalitica e delle arti terapie.

Workshop: Con  quali  immagini  raccontiamo la nostra storia di pandemia per prendere energia ripartire e ricreare . ? Insieme Nel gruppo di psicodramma ci proviamo workshop di psicodramma 

Viviamo una nuova dimensione. Siamo stati tutti immersi nel cambiamento che ha rotto gli schemi abituali e ci ha inondati di paura ,di rischio, di incertezza. Nello spiazzamento hanno perso di significato  le parole e le immagini curative.   Ci chiediamo: di che cosa ha bisogno la nostra salute ?  Per mantenere e  sostenere la salute dell’anima e della mente è possibile che ci serva   ritrovare le immagini di solidarietà, di gratitudine, di bellezza, di gentilezza che influiscono sul nostro poterci ricreare. Ci incontriamo nel flusso del gruppo di psicodramma per cercare nuovi recuperi dell’etica personale e collettiva e proveremo,  con l’energia del gruppo, a ritrovare queste dimensioni ,  schiacciate nell’ombra che ci ha ricoperti , e la fiducia nel cambiamento.

 

Chiara de Marino
Italy
Friday, 2d session

Max number participants: 30
Languages: ENG, IT, POR
Email to register: vanda.druetta@gmail.com

C.V. Psychologist, member of the Register of Psychologists of Tuscany, she graduated in Psychoteraphy in San Paolo (Brazil) and specialized in Psychodrama in Buenos Aires (Argentina).Currently living in Italy -since 2000-where she founded ‘AssociazioneIncontro’, part of FEPTO (2001-2014).                                            She’s member of AIPSM (Italian Association of Moreno Psychodramatists) since 2001 and in 2004 she joined the CRPG (Centre for Psychoanalytic Research of Groups) and ARTPAI (Association for Research Training Analytic Psychodrama).                         She’s been leading individual clinical activities and groups since 2004.              In 2005 she started working as Specialist Consultant in Job Centre/Employment Offices in Pisa and Rosignano (LI) and in 2016 she started leading groups of Psychodrama for psychiatric patients at Public Health Services in Rosignano.     She was also speaker and workshop coordinator in several International Meetings focused on Psychoteraphy and Group Work and collaborated in many publications and scripts all over her career.

C.V. Psicologa,iscrittaall'OrdinedellaRegione Toscana, laureata a San Paolo (Brasile) come Psicoterapeuta e specializzata a Buenos Aires (Argentina) come Psicodrammatista. Dal 2000 vivestabilmente in Italia, dove ha fondato l'Associazione Incontro, membro della FEPTO (2001 – 2014). Dal 2001 è inoltre membro dell'AIPSIM (Associazione Italiana Psicodrammatisti Moreniani).         Dal 2014 socia del CRPG (Centro RicerchePsicoanalitiche di Gruppo) e membro dell’ARTPAI (Associazione Ricerca Training Psicodramma Analitico Individuativo).                     Dal 2017 iscrittaallaScuola di Specializzazione in Psicoterapia Familiare Relazionale.                       Dal 2004 conduce attività clinica individuale e di gruppo. Dal 2005 opera come Consulente specialistica pressoiCentri per l’Impiego di Pisa e Rosignano. Dal 2016 conduttrice di gruppi di Psicodramma del Centro Diurnopresso la ASL Toscana N-O Centro Salute Mentale di Rosignano. Ha partecipato a diversi CongressiI nternazionalinelcampo della Psicoterapia e Processi di Gruppo come Relatrice e come Coordinatrice di workshop. Ha inoltre diverse pubblicazioni e articoli in attivo.

Eva Fahlstroem Borg
Sweden
Friday, 2d session

Max number of participants: 24  Languages: ENG , SP                           Email for registration:  eva.fahlstrom.borg@gmail.com

COMPLETE - SORRY

AGOTADO - PERDÓN

C.V. Swedish senior consultant, licenced psychotherapist, qualified supervisor, works internationally as a teacher, trainer and supervisor of Grouppocesses, Psychotherapy, Psychodrama, Sociodrama, Restorative Practicies and Restorative Justice. 

Teaches Conflict Transformations.

Cofounder and former Board member of FEPTO (Federation of European Psychodrama Training Organisations). Board member of IAGP (International Association of Grouppsychotherapy and Groupprocesses). Chair of IAGP Trauma Disaster Intervention Team (TDIT). 

Eva Fahlstrom Borg was 2011 awarded “Life Time Achievement” by FEPTO. 

Workshop: Agora Ethica. Applied ethics in form of a play - meeting different ethical philosophers Agora Ethica is a Sociodramatic tool/roleplay for exploring ethical dilemmas from different ethical viewpoints, such as Ethics of Intentions,  Ethics of Consequences, Ethics of Duty and Regulatory Ethics

The stakeholder/s will present the ethical dilemma to the group. The stakeholder will  then meet four different kinds of ethical “philosophers” , these “philosophers”  will give reflections and advice from the ethical position they hold and defend. After a while the ”philosophers” are invited to take the role of another ethical position and now argue and defend the ethical issues from this position. This goes on until all roleplayers have been in all four ethical positions. At the end the stakeholder will reflect upon the advices given.

The aim of this game is to enhance a meta-level perspective of ethics, calibrating our inner moral compasses and to help stakeholders to take a moral stance leading to acceptable actions that he/she can accept and defend.

Agora Ethica is a playful yet serious way of dealing with difficult ethical issues.

Keywords: moral compass, Ethics of Intentions, Ethics of Consequences, Ethics of Duty and Regulatory Ethics.

Irene Henche
Spain
Friday, 3d session

Max number participants: 25
Languages: ENG, ES
Email to register:                           escuelapsicodramasimbolico@gmail.com 

C.V. Clinical and Educational Psychologist in Madrid. Psychotherapist and PD Supervisor and Trainer.
Author of Symbolic Jungian Psychodrama as well as diverse publications on this topic.
Member of the Spanish Association of Psychodrama (AEP). National and International Trainer in Italy, France, Portugal, Austria, Switzerland, Argentina, Colombia. Director of Symbolic Psychodrama Training Centre in Madrid.
Member of AEP, FEAP, IAGP.

Workshop: Symbolic Psychodrama gives us a metaphor of  human existence through archetypal images of  dreams,  art and fairy tales.

In this workshop we are going to discover a tale called The Queen Bee.

We will immerse ourselves in the path which the three brothers go through to discover the palace in which everyone and all has turned to stone.

During this trip into the forest, we will discover the ants, the ducks and the tree with the honey of the bees.

Throughout these discoveries, we will be more aware about how the earth is our great mother and all the beings that exist are our siblings.

With this humility represented by Simple, it is necessary to recuperate the respectful to the nature and life and so, it will be possible to arrive until the sleeping woman and awake her.

With this awakening of the feminine, all can come back to life. Stones disappear and human beings and animals are alive again.

So, trough Symbolic Psychodrama, we can experience how to connect with the Unconscious through the creative imagination and amplify our consciousness

Anna Varnai
Italy
Friday, 3d session

Max number of participants: 20    Languages: ENG                               Email for registration: ancsavarnai@yahoo.it

C.V. Clinical psychologist, psychodynamic Psychoterapist, specialised in Art Therapy and in Individual and Group psychotherapy and Psychodrama (COIRAG Institute, Turin, Italy). I work in public health care institutes as well as territorial projects conducting therapy groups with children, adults, couples, mother-child groups, using different expressive therapy approaches. 

Psicologa clinica, Psicoterapeuta specializzata in psicoterapia individuale e di gruppo con tecniche psicodrammatiche C.O.I.R.A.G. (Torino), Arteterapeuta. Lavora sul territorio torinese con gruppi di bambini, adulti, coppie genitoriali e coppia mamma-bambino, sia in ambito pubblico che privato, utilizzando l’approccio psicodinamico e la tecnica psicodrammatica, gruppoanalitica e delle arti terapie.

Workshop:

“Roots, body, listening - Characters in search for a player”

“Radici, corpo, ascolto - Personaggi in cerca di un giocatore”

The most sacrified aspect of our lives in this long pandemic time, at both personal and professional level, is our body: perceptions, sensations, movements, feeling and touching each other. At the same time, our body was shaken like a tree by intense multiple emotions, sprung form sudden and unexpected events, while everything was changing around. Our body remembers and our body memories are powerful.  In the workshop we will try to listen to the roots of psychic energy hidden in our bodies, looking for ways to give form to the emotions, in order to arrive to meet the characters of our inner world. Roots of hope lives where our body feels and face.

 

L’aspetto più sacrificato delle nostre vite in questo lungo periodo pandemico, a livello sia personale che professionale, è il nostro corpo: le percezioni, le  sensazioni, i movimenti, il sentire e toccare l’un l’altro. Allo stesso tempo, i nostri corpi sono stati scossi come alberi da emozioni intense multiple, scaturite da eventi improvvisi e inaspettati, mentre tutto intorno stava cambiando. Il nostro corpo ricorda, e le nostre memorie corporee sono potenti. Nel workshop tenteremo di ascoltare le radici dell’energia psichica nascoste nel nostro corpo, cercando modi per dare forma alle emozioni, per arrivare a incontrare i personaggi del nostro mondo interno. Le radici della speranza vivono làddove il corpo sente e affront

Friday 3/Saturday 1  Venerdi 3/Sabato 1  Viernes3/Sábado1

Marcia Karp
Great Britain
Friday, 4th session

Max number participants: no limit
Languages: ENG
Email to register: mkarp11444@aol.com

C.V. Distinguished Fellow IAGP; Fellow ASGPP, Founding and Honorary Member FEPTO; Past Honorary President BPA; Co-Editor Handbook of Psychodrama; Psychodrama Since Moreno; Psychodrama: Inspiration and Technique, Lifetime Achievement Awards BPA and ASGPP.

Private online practice, supervisor and international trainer.

Contact: mkarp11444@aol.com

Workshop: IS THERE ENOUGH HUMOUR IN THERAPY?
A Masterclass in joy and laughter.

Mahatma Gandhi,  “If I had no sense of humor, I would long ago have committed suicide.”

JL Moreno, “ I want to be remembered as the man who brought joy and laughter in psychiatry.” 
Participants will tell and enact their wisest jokes and their ‘cosmically placed’ personal and professional stories used in therapy.

Reflection, associations and enactments of the phrase: “Man plans and God laughs.”

Demonstration, practice and application of the “laughter chair.”

Other humor-based action techniques will be invented and co-created in the workshop.

You’re invited to join us. It sounds fun.

Maite Pi
Spain
Friday, 4th session

Max number participants: 25
Languages: ENG, ES
Email to register: maite.pi@arcapsychodrama.org

C.V. Clinical psychologist and Psychodramatist. Training also in group analysis, integrative psychotherapy, attachment theory and family systems. Since 1982 until 2019 clinical Psychologist in Public Mental Health System in Reus, Tortosa, Tarragona and Girona (Catalonia, Spain). Manager of the public mental health outpatient center for children and adolescents in Girona from 1992 to 2019. Associate professor in the University of Girona for three years and now I collaborate as teacher in the same university in a master about Attachment and families in social risk. IAGP member from 1995, chair of the Dream Translation Team from 2009 to 2014 and board member from 2012, after being co-chair of the SPC in the IAGP International Congress of IAGP in Cartagena (Colombia). From 2014 to 2018 chair of the Family Therapy Section. Since 2018 till now I am IAGP Secretary and Information Manager. Past president of SEPTG (Sociedad Española de Psicoterapia y Tecnicas de Grupo). Member of IAN-E (International Attachment Network España) and Education chair. 

C.V. Psicóloga clínica y psicodramatista. Con formación en análisis de grupo. Psicoterapia integrativa, apego y terapia sistémica. Ha ejercido como psicóloga clínica entre 1982 hasta 2019 en Reus, Tortosa, Tarragona y Girona (Catalonia, Spain). Jefe de servicio del centro público de salud mental infanto-juvenil de Girona desde 1992 a 2019. Profesora asociada de la Universidad de Girona durante tres años y actualmente colaboro como profesora en la misma universidad en un máster sobre apego y familias en riesgo social. Miembro de la IAGP desde 1995, coordinadora del equipo de traductores desde 2009 a 2014 y miembro de la junta desde 2012, después de haber sido co-coordinadora del comité científico del Congreso Internacional de la IAGP en Cartagena (Colombia). Desde 2014 2018 coordiné la sección de terapia familiar. Desde el 2018 hasta la actualidad soy la secretaria y gestora de información. Fui presidente de la SEPTG (Sociedad Española de Psicoterapia y Técnicas de grupo). Miembro de IAN-E (International Attachment Network España) donde coordino la formación.

Workshop: Fairy tales in my life 

Most of us have grown reading and listening to fairy tales and probably we identified with the different characters that appear in them. Maybe we have dreamed we were part of a tale and maybe they have been nice dreams, nightmares, or both. As my friend Irene Henche says, classical tales show us the light and the shadow that we can find in ourselves and in others. Life has lights and shadows. Nowadays seems that we are living in the shadow part of a tale, can we hope to find the light? Can we find it inside ourselves, or do we have to go outside to look for it?

In the workshop, we will work with those characters using masks. Those masks will be done by participants. Every participant needs a white piece of cardboard or paper, scissors, and crayons/colored pencils/felt pens… 

Taller: Los cuentos en mi vida

La mayoría de nosotros hemos crecido leyendo y escuchando cuentos y probablemente nos identificábamos con los personajes que aparecían en ellos. Quizá hemos soñado que formábamos parte de un cuento y quizá han sido bellos sueños, pesadillas, o ambos. Como dice mi amiga Irene Henche, los cuentos clásicos nos muestran las luces y sombras que podemos hallar en nosotros y en los demás. La vida tiene luces y sombras. Hoy en día parece que estamos viviendo en la parte sombría de un cuento, ¿podemos tener esperanza de encontrar la luz? ¿La podemos encontrar dentro de nosotros, o debemos salir fuera a buscarla?

En el taller trabajaremos con los personajes utilizando máscaras. Las máscaras las harán los participantes. Cada uno necesita una hoja blanca de cartulina o papel, tijeras, y ceras/lápices de colores/rotuladores…

Bilingual workshop – taller bilingüe: Español & English

Arsaluys Kayir 
Turkey
Saturday, 1st session

Max number participants: 22
Languages: ENG
Email to register:             arkayir@gmail.com

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C.V. She was born in Diyarbakır in 1946. She graduated from Istanbul University Faculty of Letters, Department of Psychology. She spent her professional life and academic career in the Department of Psychiatry at Istanbul University, Istanbul Faculty of Medicine, where she worked for 40 years. She retired in 2011 and continued her volunteer work. She taught group psychotherapy and psychodrama at psychology faculties for some years.

She is currently working as a senior trainer and supervisor at Dr. Abdülkadir Özbek Psychodrama Institute (1992)   and at Sexual Education Treatment and Research Association (CETAD) (1998).

 During her university years, she worked in the psychology laboratory for 10 years and in the psychotherapy unit for 30 years. She taught sexual therapies and group therapies to psychiatry assistants, as well as close relationships and their problems, sexual dysfunctions and psychotherapy to medical students. 

 She conducted group therapies with adults and young people in the Psychotherapy Unit. Later, as one of the pioneers of sexual therapy, she first started couple sexual therapy, then women  and men sexual therapy groups. She integrated sexual therapy into group therapy and psychodrama in treatment. Later, considering  cultural aspects , she developed couple sexual therapy groups. She played a significant role in unveiling vaginismus in Turkey. She included psychodrama as an effective method in clinical use. 

Group therapies enabled psychiatry assistants, medical students and trainees to learn by participating and observing. Thus,  as a psychotherapist and lecturer,she  developed a functional training hospital model. Sexual therapies were increasingly included in the psychiatric specialty, leading to the establishment of sexual therapies departments in other institutions.

 Almost all of the national and international presentations, publications and book chapters are in the fields of sexuality, sexual problems, group psychotherapy and psychodrama, especially vaginismus group therapy processes. She has  written newspaper articles enlightening the society on sexuality and sexual problems.

As a member, she worked in the administrative boards of Neuro-Psychiatry, Istanbul Psychodrama Association, CETAD (founding member), FEPTO-Federation of European Psychodrama Training Organization (ethics committee chairman and currently advisory board member) and IAGP scientific committee. 

Workshop: INTIMACY and DISTANCE 

Since 2020 a common  health  concern turned out to be the overall focus worldwide, mutuality brought us closer living in different places. Dangling between despair and  hope, losses and gains captured our lives. Still familiar feelings  are  experienced during our whole life span concerning  our intimate  relationships.

So using psychodrama we will deal with intimate relationships and sexuality in this workshop.

Love relationships  and sexual life are more open to fragility than material things. So we will not neglect sexuality when it is perfectly able to create more pleasure than pain - specially now!

 

Sevda Pervin Bikmaz
Turkey
Saturday, 1st session 

Max number participants: 22
Languages: ENG
Email to register:             sbikmaz@hotmail.com

C.V. Pervin Sevda BIKMAZ (MD) is a psychiatrist. She completed her speciality in psychiatry in Istanbul University Istanbul School of Medicine in 2009.  During her residency, she worked in the field of Neuropsychiatric Disorders at USA Arkansas University Medical School for one year.  She completed art therapy training. Between 2005 and 2008, she received psychodrama training at the Dr. Abdülkadir Özbek Psychodrama Institute, member of Federation of European Psychodrama Training Organization. Currently, she is an advanced level trainer in Psychodrama. In 2008, she completed sexual therapies training in Sexual Education Therapy and Research Society (CETAD). She has been teaching psychopathology, personality disorders and group therapy classes in various universities for the past ten years. Pervin Sevda Bikmaz continues to the formation of psychoanalysis with the International Psychoanalytic Association. She currently is still in private practice. 

Workshop: INTIMACY and DISTANCE 

Since 2020 a common  health  concern  became to be our  focus worldwide, mutuality  brought us closer  living in different places. Dangling between despair and  hope,losses and gains   captured our lives. Familiar feelings  are  experienced during our life span  concerning  our intimate  relati

 Using psychodrama we will deal with intimate relations and sexuality in this workshop.

 Love relations and sexual life is more open to fragility than material things. So we won’t neglect sexuality where there is pleasure more than pain.

Gabriella Nicotra
Italy
Saturday, 1st session

Max number participants: 25
Languages: ENG, IT, FR
Email to register: gabriellanicotra@gmail.com

C.V. Psychologist, psychotherapist and psychodramatist. She takes care of childwood and adolescence problems starting from diagnosis to individual, family and group psychotherapeutic projects and social integration. She use analysis group, psychodrama and socio-drama in preventive-creative, therapeutic, training and supervision groups. From more than twenty five years she conducts psychotherapeutic groups with children and adolescents and still now is in Clinic Center of Laboratorio di Gruppoanalisi, in Research Groups on the Evolutive Age in Catania, in Research Group and of the Task force for peace FePTO, in Scientific board ANDAF (Neoplastic Assistance) were deals with inter-institutional action-research- projects. She is President co-of A.M.P. and director of Sicilian Session A.M.P. (Mediterranean Association of Psychodrama); in Sicilian board of FAVO (Federation of Voluntary Oncology Associations) and in AIMMF (“Magistrates’ Association for juvenile people and Family”). 

Workshop: On the wings of myth dreaming a future

Magdalene Jeyarathnam
India
Saturday, 1st session

Max number participants: 25
Languages: ENG
Email to register:   centerforcounselling@gmail.com

C.V.: Magdalene Jeyarathnam is an expressive arts therapist and a board certified Psychodramatist and psychodrama trainer. She works with individuals, couples and groups including family groups in India. Magdalene has more than 25 years of experience in working with addiction, HIV/AIDS, and mental health issues, she has worked with several state and central government agencies in India, She has also worked with UNICEF and WHO as consultant on various counselling projects. She is the founder of East West Center for Counselling which is an Expressive arts therapy center providing therapy services to schools, universities and organisations; She also founded the Indian Institute of psychodrama which is the first psychodrama training institute in India, since 2009. She works with corporate trainers, therapists, and those from marginalised communities in India – sex workers, prisoners, People living with HIV, LGBTQ+ communities. She is currently pursuing her doctoral study.

Workshop: The story of Aravan from the Mahabaratha  Hindu mythology features a number of gods and goddesses and there is folk belief that all these Gods and Goddesses lived on Earth many years ago. There are many examples of male gods becoming women or female gods becoming men for a just or righteous cause. We have one major Hindu God, Shiva who is worshipped as Ardhanareswara or half male and female: Shiva and Shakthi personification of male and female aspects of life.  Mahabaratha is one of the oldest and longest epics we know. It is a long philosophical poem and has stories within the main story.  This workshop seeks to explore one such story of Aravan. Parts of the story of Aravan is replayed every year in Tamil Nadu, South India in the month of April in ritual form.  From the name Aravan, we get the name Aravani which is a term used to describe a male to female Trans gendered person. Mostly, because of these stories of gender roles switched by Gods and Goddesses, people who are transgendered are tolerated and/ or more accepted in the Indian society.

Through psychodrama we will explore the various characters of the story, the decisions and choices they made and its connection to our personal and community identity. 

Saturday 2  Sabato 2   Sábado 2

Leonardo Seidita
Italy
Saturday, 2d session

Max number participants: 20
Languages: ENG, IT
Email to register:     info@polisanalisi.it

C.V. Leonardo Seidita is psychologist, psychotherapist, group analist and jungian psychodrama trainer. Regular member of IAGP. Professor of “sociology of migration and migration policies” at UNI LUMSA in Palermo. Founding partner and teacher at the Scuola di Polisanalisi srl in Rome. Vice President of the Association of Psychoanalysis of the Educational Relationship (APRE).

 

Workshop: Who is my Enemy? Meetings with the Shadow

 

 “In truth, I have overthrown a proud enemy, forcing one bigger and stronger than me to become my friend. Nothing must separate me from him, the dark one. 

If I want to leave him, he follows me like a shadow. If I don’t think about him, he’s still creepily close to me. If I deny it it turns into fear. 

I have to think a lot about him, I have to offer him sacrificial food; I fill a plate for him on my table. Much of what I would have done for men before, I must now do for him. For this reason I am considered an egoist by those who do not know that I walk together with my friend and that I dedicate many days to him. 

But restlessness took over, slight underground tremors, a great roar in the distance. Paths to the primitive past and the future have opened up. They are near prodigies and terrible secrets. I feel the things that have been and will be. 

Behind what is usual the eternal abysses open wide. The earth gives me back what it hid. “ 

(C. G. Jung, “Liber Novus”) 

Through the method and techniques of Jungian analytical psychodrama, we will meet the Other who is within ourselves. The Other that scares us, that we project into the external world and that we want to annihilate in the one we consider to be our enemy. The Other, the Dark One, the Unknown Visitor, who comes to visit our dreams, who, although horrifying, speaks to us about us and who we really are.

Marianna Massimello 
Italy
Saturday, 2d session

Max number participants: 20
Languages: ENG, IT
Email to register:     info@polisanalisi.it

C.V. Jungian psychodramatist, Philosopher and editorial translator from Turin. She trained as a psychodramatist at the School of C. Ruffino and E. Valente, edited and translated from 1981 to 1992 writings of the "Works of C. G. Jung" for the Bollati Boringhieri publishing house. From 2009 to 2010 she worked on the translation of Jung's Red Book. In 2014 she completed the certified preparatory course in Analytical Psychology at the “C. G. Jung Institut” Zurich (Küsnacht).

Filosofa, Psicodrammatista junghiana, traduttrice editoriale torinese. Si è formata allo Psicodramma alla Scuola di C.Ruffino e E. Valente. Per l'Editore Boringhieri ha curato e tradotto scritti delle “Opere di C. G. Jung”, apparsi dal 1981 al 1992. Dal 2009 al 2010 ha lavorato alla traduzione del Libro Rosso di Jung. Nel 2014 ha concluso il corso propedeutico certificato in Psicologia analitica al C. G. Jung Institut di Zurigo.

Wilma Scategni
Italy
Saturday, 2d session

Max number of participants: 25     Languages: IT, ENG                             Email for registration: wilma.scategni@fastwebnet.it      zoom link: 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83505468873

ID riunione: 835 0546 8873

C.V. Past positions: Psychiatrist and Director of a public psychiatric unit for over ten years. Conductor of psychodrama and psychotherapy training groups at a psychiatric day hospital for 15 years. 

Present positions:

Training analyst in in psychodrama group techniques (APRAGIP), and Analytical Psychology CIPA-IAAP. Staff member of Granada  Summer Academy  since 2005. Past Docent at the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich, Docent in many Cultural Events –CEU(Continuing Education Units)in Italy and abroad IAGP  Individual Member.Founding member of FEPTO (Federation of European Psychodrama Training Organisations)and Member of the Board  Chair of Newsletter Commitee end Editor of the FEPTO newsletter

Author of many books and articles on the subject Analythical Psychology, Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama The most important: Psychodrama: Group Processes and dreams: Archetypal Images of individuation(Routledge 2003)was published in 4 Languages  (English, German,Italian and Spanish). 

Workshop: Psychodrama on line/ Hope and Fear in Dreams, Myths and Fairy Tales: Psychodrama in a Time of Pandemic

The workshop will explore the potential of using images, psychodrama and expressive therapies in on line work on the topic of dreams, myths and fairy tales, through enactment and other expressive therapies.  The focus of the experiential work and of the research, will be “Arca image” in online group work and experience-sharing on the topic with Jungian,Analytical Psychodrama  in different experiential ways. The participants will explore their own ­– feelings, memories, dreams and reflections in connection with the theme in the new situation in the different steps of pandemic.  The sharing and enactment processes can open groups up to many different relationships at different levels and with different languages, becoming a point where the personal and the collective unconscious meet in a dynamic process. The online work with psychodrama and mixed expressive therapies offers many new creative resources and possibilities for the future, even when this terrible pandemic is over. The subterranean transpersonal matrix can reflect the present social fragmentation due to social and cultural pressure, especially now in this difficult time of pandemic, but at the same time can point the way towards possible future paths for encounters beyond present difficulties and hopes.

Marcia Honig
Israel
Saturday, 2d session

Max number participants: 24
Languages: ENG, SPA
Email to register: mars.honig@gmail.com

C.V. PsyD. in Group Therapy; Psychotherapist , Art Therapist and Integrative Counselor.Chair of the Master Degree (M.A.) in Art Therapy at Seminar Ha Kibutzim College ; Chair of the Transcultural Section at the IAGP; works as Group and Individuals Psychotherapist at her private practice in Tel Aviv. Marcia is Brazilian and Israeli and lives in Tel- Aviv. She has been conducting lectures and workshops for the last 15 years in more than 12 countries. 

Workshop: Sailing is necessary: an expressive-arts workshop, based on the Paradox of Theseus' ship               The pandemic has affected societies and groups for a year worldwide. Social isolation, inevitable for survival, requires from us, group beings, to explore our creativity, our sensitivity and openness , in order to continue communicating and connecting to each other -and keep creating! Reflective and self-learning processes seem to be " a must" during this hard year – specially among us, psychotherapists, who deal with human feelings.

Are we "new persons" after this shocking year?      Or.... Are we even more ‘Us ‘, since we discovered other aspects of ourselves?

At this expressive-arts workshop, based on the Paradox of Theseus' ship, we will try to explore our new/ old skills/'selves' confronting   COVID-19 difficulties.

The ship of Theseus is a thought experiment that raises the question of whether an object that has had all of its components replaced remains fundamentally the same object

In the metaphysics of identity,  this concept is one of the oldest in Western philosophy

Using arts bias and analytical sharing, through the group experience, the participants will be invited to reflect on transformation processes they have being going on for the last year.

     "Navegar es Preciso…                     

   La pandemia ha afectado a sociedades y grupos en todo el mundo durante mas de un ano. El aislamiento social, inevitable para la supervivencia, requiere de nosotros, seres grupales, explorar nuestra creatividad, nuestra sensibilidad y apertura, para seguir comunicándonos y conectándonos, ¡y seguir creando!     Los procesos de reflexión y autoaprendizaje parecen ser "imprescindibles" durante este duro año, especialmente entre nosotros, los psicoterapeutas, que nos ocupamos de los sentimientos humanos.

¿Somos "personas nuevas" después de este año tan dificil?      O ...quizas… ¿Somos aún más "nosotros", desde que descubrimos otros aspectos de nosotros mismos?

En este taller de artes expresivas, basado en la Paradoja de la nave de Teseo, intentaremos explorar nuestras nuevas / viejas habilidades para enfrentar las dificultades del COVID-19.

La nave de Teseo es un experimento mental que plantea la cuestión de si un objeto al que se le han reemplazado todos sus componentes sigue siendo fundamentalmente el mismo objeto.

En la metafísica de la identidad, este concepto es uno de los más antiguos de la filosofía occidental.

Utilizando el sesgo artístico y el intercambio analítico, a través de la experiencia grupal, se invitará a los participantes a refletir sobre los procesos de transformación que han estado sucediendo durante el último año.

Gabriela Tarashoeva
Bulgaria
Saturday, 3d session

Max number participants: 24
Languages: ENG, BUL
Email to register: orpheuspsychodrama@gmail.com  

C.V. MD, psychiatrist, Ph.D., Certified Psychodrama Psychotherapist, Founding member of  FEPTO, member of  the board of Directors of  IAGP, is the founder and the director of Psychodrama Center “Orpheus” – the first institute for psychodrama and psychotherapy in Bulgaria, trainer, educator and supervisor in it.

Dr Tarashoeva is pioneer not only of psychodrama and group therapy in Bulgaria, but also of Playback Theater, Child Psychodrama, Action Methods for adolescents, and Research in psychodrama. She is author of some articles in scientific journals and of chapters in some books. Dr Tarashoeva defended a dissertation work on the topic “Effectiveness of Psychodrama Therapy with patients with panic Disorder” for scientific degree "doctor".

Workshop: The hero in me

In difficult times of all kinds of trials, supplemented by imperatives for self-isolation and social distancing, we turn to ourselves in search of resources to cope. Where, if not in childhood, among the favorite characters of fairy tales, myths and legends, stories, books, movies, poems and songs we will find sources of strength, courage, endurance and patterns of behavior to deal with extreme situations.

Do you want to meet your favorite Heroes since childhood, facing new challenges?

Have you ever imagined what would happen between them if they mеet?

What connects you specifically with them?

If you want to hear what they would say to you, come to us!

orpheuspsychodrama@gnail.com

Angela Sordano
Italy
Saturday, 3d session

Max number participants: 25
Languages: ENG, IT
Email to register: angela.sordano@gmail.com

C.V. ANGELA SORDANO,PSYCHOLOGIST, PSYCHODRAMATIST, Email: angela.sordano@gmail.com. Full Member of Group Analytic Society International, FEPTO, I.A.G.P. C.O.I.R.A.G., A.P.R.A.G.I.P, has worked for forty years in a Clinical Mental Health Service for Children and Adolescents in Turin. Author of many articles and books on intersubjective approach to groups with children, adolescents and parents.

Workshop: Fear and hope in intersubjective group matrix

Intersubjectivity and subjectivity are two interdependent aspects. If the intersubjectivity relies on the multiplicity, on the transpersonal phenomena, the subjectivity underlines the original individual interpretation of the common world.

In psychodrama, the leader holding an actor in a personal or sociodramatic representationworks constantly on these two levels, favouring a transcendent process able to overcome collective fears, shadows and obstacles in reciprocity.

We will propose the plot of a fairy tale on which the group can create associations, sharing images and enacting specific situations.

Saturday 3  Sabato 3  Sábado 3

Valeria Bianchi Mian
Italy
Saturday, 3d session

Max number participants: 25
Languages: IT, ENG, FR
Email to register: tarotdramma@gmail.com 

C.V. Psicologo Clinico dal 1998. Psicoterapeuta individuale e di gruppo; Psicodrammatista junghiana e sociodrammatista dal 2002 (Istituto COIRAG, Torino). Group Trainer: Coach in Soft Skills Management; Docente in Scienze Umane e Filosofia – Raffaello Consulting Institute – https://centrostudiraffaello.ithttps://raffaelloconsulting.it. Tarotrdamatista® e insegnante di scrittura creativa - IPA, Applied Psychology Institute - https://psicologia.io . Psicodramatista in Gruppi di Supervisione con operatori sanitari e Gruppi Caregiver con  familiari (di pazienti affetti da AD e altre demenza (2006-2013) e con pazienti tossicodipendenti (2004-2007). Membro ARAGIP Psicodramma. Membro della SIPSIOL –Società Italiana di Psicologia Online. Sito web: www.tarotdramma.com. Scrittrice e illustratrice: tra i suoi libri ci sono fiabe ("Favolesvelte", Golem Ed.), poesie ("Vit-amor-te", Miraggi Ed.), noir ("Non è colpa mia", Golem Ed.) e partecipazione ad antologie e opere psicologiche ("Utero in anima", Lythos Ed.; "Psicosociologia della genitorialità", Golem Ed.; "Amori 4.0", Alpes Italia; e altri). Redattore per la rivista Psiconline e per altri siti web culturali.

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Clinical Psychologist since 1998. Individual and Group Psychotherapist; Jungian Psychodramatist and Sociodramatist since 2002 (COIRAG Institute, Torino). Group Trainer: Coach in Soft Skills Management; Teacher in Human Sciences and Philosophy – Raffaello Consulting Institute – https://centrostudiraffaello.ithttps://raffaelloconsulting.it. Tarotrdamatist® and Creative Writing Teacher – IPA, Applied Psychology Institute – https://psicologia.io. Psychodramatist in Supervision Group with health care workers and family Caregivers Groups (of AD and Other Dementias patients (2006-2013) and with drug-seeking patients (2004-2007). ARAGIP Psychodrama Association member. SIPSIOL – Italian Society Online Psychology member. Her website: www.tarotdramma.com. Writer and illustrator: among her books there are fairytales (“Favolesvelte”, Golem Ed.), poems (“Vit-amor-te”, Miraggi Ed.), noir (“Non è colpa mia”, Golem Ed.) and participation in cultural and psychological works (“Utero in anima”, Lythos Ed.; “Psicosociologia della genitorialità”, Golem Ed.; “Amori 4.0”, Alpes Italia; and others).  Editor for the psychological online magazine Psiconline and for other cultural websites.

WORKSHOP: The contemporary arcana and the Tarotdrama

Twenty-two cards created during the Renaissance (1442) have come to us as mediators between imagination and action.

Also known as Triumphs and Major Arcana, Tarots were used in poetic and role games to amuse courtiers, but they have crossed time and space as useless objects, small items or divination tools.

Carl Gustav Jung took an interest in them in the 1950s; Claudio Widmann has explored the topic and shows us these figures as living ideas for meditating and creating.

The Major Arcana are archetypal images, bridge to the conscience in Tarotdrama. You can experience the Fool, the Hanging Man, the Lover; you can wear the cloak of the Hermit, the crown of the Emperor... all the roles are there to be explored and new meanings light up, grow and live in the group. You can call this Ludus Puerorum, but in the age of Covid the Umbra Mundi and the Anima Mundi are dancing together and alchemy is on stage.

Among the Arcana, the Magician in particular expresses the three disturbing dimensions of the symbol: imaginative (individual creativity), cognitive (knowledge of the world), emotional (transformation).

The Magician has a vital yearning for existence, a mercurial looking for new solutions; a way of renewing himself because of his dynamic potential. But he depends on who is close to him: that's why he's disturbing.

In a familiar world, he helps you with his four tools, he is the playful juggler. If he is close to an unknown world, your soul can be shaken. He deceives and prevents fantasy. His arcane energy dismays and disturbs. He holds the wand like Hermes: he is talented, mysterious, sometimes incomprehensible. 

The Magician is representative of today's situation. A rapid change has shocked the world, and an ancient well-known element has surprising effects: a Virus.

Silvana Graziella Ceresa
Italy
Saturday, 3d session

Max number participants: 25
Languages: IT, ENG, FR
Email to register: tarotdramma@gmail.com 

C.V. Laureata in filosofia e successivamente in psicologia, psicologo clinico e psicoanalista junghiano, psicosocioanalista e consulente di direzione, counselor filosofico, terapeuta online, opera sia in ambito privato nel proprio studio sia in azienda con consulenze manageriali in Italia ed in area francofona.

È socio senior di Ariele (Associazione di Psicosocionalisti e Gruppoanalisti), socio fondatore di GAJAP e SICOF, ricercatore di riferimento per l’area filosofia e psicanalisi in Isfipp, membro ARPA (Associazione per la Ricerca in Psicologia Analitica) e IAAP (Intenational Association of Analytical Psychology), docente in Psicologia Dinamica e Gruppale in Scuole di specializzazione e Master universitari.

Graduate in philosophy and later in psychology, clinical psychologist and Jungian psychoanalyst, psychosocioanalist and management consultant, philosophical counsellor, online therapist, is active in his private practice and consulting companies at management level, in Italy and in French speaking countries. 

Senior partner of Ariele (Association of Psychosocioanlysis and Group Analysis), charter member of Gajap and Sicof, reference researcher in philosophy and psychoanalysis for Isfipp, member of ARPA (Association to Research in Analytical Psychology) and IAAP, (International Association of Analytical Psychology), lecturer in Dynamic Psychology and Group Psychology in postgraduates Schools and Master’s Degrees.

WORKSHOP : Arcani contemporanei e Tarotdramma

Ventidue carte nate durante il Rinascimento - 1442, Visconti-Sforza - sono giunte a noi come mediatori tra immaginazione e azione. 

Conosciuti anche come Trionfi e Arcani Maggiori, i Tarocchi erano usati in giochi poetici e giochi di ruolo per divertire i cortigiani. Hanno attraversato tempo e spazio come “bagattelle” – oggetti inutili – oppure strumenti divinatori.

Carl Gustav Jung si interessò a loro negli anni '50; Claudio Widmann ha approfondito l’argomento e ci mostra queste figure come idee viventi per meditare e creare.

I Tarocchi sono un ponte per la coscienza, quando noi stessi indossiamo la corona dell'Imperatore o il mantello dell'Eremita nel Tarotdramma; sperimentiamo il Matto, l’Impiccato e l'Innamorato, esplorando ruoli, lasciamo emergere nuovi significati nel gruppo. Puoi chiamarlo Ludus Puerorum, ma è alchimia in Ombra e Luce che si accende.

Tra gli Arcani, il Bagatto in particolare esprime le tre dimensioni inquietanti del simbolo: fantasmatica per la creatività individuale, cognitiva per la cognizione del mondo, emotiva per la trasformazione della vita. 

Il Bagatto ha l’anelito vitale, quel tratto mercuriale del cercare nuove soluzioni, del rinnovarsi, perché è potenzialità dinamica. Ma dipende da chi gli è vicino: per questo è perturbante. Se è un mondo conosciuto e familiare, lui ci aiuta ad orientarci con i suoi quattro strumenti, è il giocoliere. Se abita un mondo sconosciuto, l'interiorità ne è scossa; lui inganna e impedisce la fantasia. La sua arcana energia sgomenta.

Tiene in mano la bacchetta come Hermes; ha talenti e inganni. Spirito di passaggio, è misterioso, spesso incomprensibile ed inquietante. 

Il Bagatto per noi è rappresentazione della situazione odierna che ha sconvolto il mondo, artefice del cambiamento che stiamo vivendo. Siamo intensamente perturbati per un antico elemento che ha manifestazioni ignote e sorprendenti, un Virus

Judith Teszary
Sweden/Hungary
Saturday, 4th session

Max number participants: 24
Languages: ENG
Email to register:                jteszary@gmail.com

C.V. Trainer and supervisor in Psychodrama and Sociodrama

Workshop: Classical Fairy Tales Under the Microscope of Gender Perspective

In this workshop we will explore the transgenerational legacy of the fairy tales.

Fairy tales carry the transgenerational messages more or less unchanged and that’s why those are good markers of the gender stereotypes. Fairy tales reflect the believes and moral values. These early influences have a normative effect of identity-forming for girls and boys.

We will explore the male and femalecharacters in the tails. We will discover the underlying messages these figuresgive to the readers and how these messages forming the self - image and the identity building process of a child and lay the bases of their gender identity.

Before the workshop, please read or watch the Disney films of the following classical fairy tales:

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid and/or other tales you chose and give them a thought.

 

Zaure Tulebayeva
Kazakhstan
Saturday, 4th session 

Max number participants: no limit
Languages: ENG, RUS
Email to register:     psy.doljenko@gmail.com

C.V. Psychodrama therapist, Regional Director and Senior Trainer in the training programmes of Moscow Institute of Psychodrama and Psychological Counseling, Trainer of Psychodrama Association, Secretary of Psychodrama Online Section

WORKSHP : Psychodrama Online

Тhe workshop is devoted to the analysis of the construction of online psychodrama in a group, monodrama and sociodrama.

PD online is a special reality. In this special reality, changes take place:

 - the roles of the director (the role of the technical director),

 - building a scene;

 - use of PD techniques (their direct transfer, modification for online format, creation of new techniques);

 - building contact;

  - addition to ethical standards;

 The workshop will focus on the stages of formation of an online psychodramatherapist. In conclusion, strategic directions for the development of psychodrama online, associated with new opportunities for international cooperation, will be proposed for discussion.

Alexandra Dolzhenko
Russia
Saturday, 4th session

Max number participants: no limit
Languages: ENG, RUS
Email to register:     psy.doljenko@gmail.com

C.V. Psychodrama therapist, Regional Supervisor of the Professional Psychotherapeutic League, Coordinator of programmes of the Psychodrama Online Section.

WORKSHP : Psychodrama Online

Тhe workshop is devoted to the analysis of the construction of online psychodrama in a group, monodrama and sociodrama.

PD online is a special reality. In this special reality, changes take place:

 - the roles of the director (the role of the technical director),

 - building a scene;

 - use of PD techniques (their direct transfer, modification for online format, creation of new techniques);

 - building contact;

  - addition to ethical standards;

 The workshop will focus on the stages of formation of an online psychodramatherapist. In conclusion, strategic directions for the development of psychodrama online, associated with new opportunities for international cooperation, will be proposed for discussion.

Viktor Semeanow
Russia
Saturday, 4th session

Max number participants: no limit
Languages: ENG, RUS
Email to register:     psy.doljenko@gmail.com

C.V. Chairman of the Executive Committee, Ph.d.,

Director of the Institute of Psychodrama and Psychological Counseling, Vice-President of the Psychodrama Association, the Chairman of the Psychodrama Online Section.

WORKSHP : Psychodrama Online

Тhe workshop is devoted to the analysis of the construction of online psychodrama in a group, monodrama and sociodrama.

PD online is a special reality. In this special reality, changes take place:

 - the roles of the director (the role of the technical director),

 - building a scene;

 - use of PD techniques (their direct transfer, modification for online format, creation of new techniques);

 - building contact;

  - addition to ethical standards;

 The workshop will focus on the stages of formation of an online psychodramatherapist. In conclusion, strategic directions for the development of psychodrama online, associated with new opportunities for international cooperation, will be proposed for discussion.

 

Saturday/Sunday  Sabato/Domenica  Sábado/Domingo

Viktor Zaretsky
Russia 
Saturday, 4th session

Max number participants: no limit
Languages: ENG, RUS
Email to register:     psy.doljenko@gmail.com

C.V. Ph.d., Professor of Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, psychodrama therapist.

WORKSHP : Psychodrama Online

Тhe workshop is devoted to the analysis of the construction of online psychodrama in a group, monodrama and sociodrama.

PD online is a special reality. In this special reality, changes take place:

 - the roles of the director (the role of the technical director),

 - building a scene;

 - use of PD techniques (their direct transfer, modification for online format, creation of new techniques);

 - building contact;

  - addition to ethical standards;

 The workshop will focus on the stages of formation of an online psychodramatherapist. In conclusion, strategic directions for the development of psychodrama online, associated with new opportunities for international cooperation, will be proposed for discussion.

Mario Buchbinder Argentine
Saturday, 4th session

Max number participants: 30
Languages: ENG, ES
Email to register: mario@buchbinder.com.ar

C.V. Psychoanalyst and psychodramatist physician, writer, poet. Founding member of the Argentine Society of Psychodrama. Founder and director, together with Lic. Elina Matoso, of the Institute of Masks. Honorary President of the Spanish Association of Psychodrama (A.E.P.) XXV Meeting. Advisor to the digital magazine: The psychoanalyst
Coordinates the seminar: "Openings of psychoanalysis"
He has published essays, poetry,drama articles and books.
Some of them: Poetics of the unmasking, Poetics of the cure, Maps of the body
He has staged theatre plays, including some with masks. Theoretical classes and workshops inside and outside the country, as in: Chile, Cuba, Brazil, Mexico, Uruguay, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Finland, USA.

Workshop Title:: Masks, body, scene, music on the Grand Ark
Plot: Faced with the catastrophe, the flood, the Big Ark is the possible place of salvation.
Characters, ghosts, myths and dreams, masks, music, hopes for a better future are given in it.
The swaying of the Boat in the waters, leads in its drift to the elaboration and the reunion.
Technique: corporal, mask, scenic, dramatic, dialogues

CV Médico psicoanalista y psicodramatista, escritor, poeta.  Miembro fundador de la Sociedad Argentina de Psicodrama. Fundador y director, junto con la Lic. Elina Matoso, del Instituto de la máscara. Presidente de Honor de la Asociación Española de Psicodrama (A.E.P.) XXV Reunión. Asesor de la revista digital: El psicoanalítico                                           Coordina el seminario: “Aperturas del psicoanálisis”Publicó artículos y libros de ensayo, de poesía y de teatro. Algunos de ellos: Poética del desenmascaramiento, Poética de la cura, Mapas del cuerpo                                      Ha puesto en escena obras de teatro, entre ellas algunas con máscaras. Clases teóricas y talleres en el interior y el exterior del país, como en: Chile, Cuba, Brasil, México, Uruguay, España, Italia, Suiza, Finlandia, EEUU.

Workshop Título: Máscaras, cuerpo, escena, música en el Gran Arca Argumento: Frente a la catástrofe, el diluvio, el Grande Arca es el posible lugar de salvación.                                               En ella se dan citas los personajes, los fantasmas, los mitos y los sueños, las máscaras, la música, las esperanzas de un futuro mejor.                                          El vaivén de la Barca en las aguas, lleva en su derivar a la elaboración y al reencuentro.                                    Técnica: corporal, de máscaras, escénica, dramática, diálogos

Anna Maria Frammartino Italy Sunday, 1st session

Max number participants: 25
Languages: ENG, IT
Email to register: annamaria.frammartino@gmail.com

ZOOM LINK / ENLACE

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/6933326409?pwd=dThBZEJhMjRmZEkxa2RSdklWTWpqdz09

 

C.V. Psicologa, psicoterapeuta, psicodrammatista, attrice, performer.

Dal 2000 presso il Dipartimento di Salute Mentale dell’ASL Città di Torino svolge attivitá clinica e di prevenzione del rischio suicidario all'interno della Casa Circondariale di Torino e conduce da anni gruppi di teatro e danza con i pazienti nella sezione psichiatrica. Socia A.P.R.A.G.I.P. Associazione per la ricerca e la formazione in psicoterapia individuale, di gruppo, istituzionale e psicodramma analitico utilizza lo psicodramma come docente di gruppo esperienziale della Scuola C.O.I.R.A.G. di Torino.

Docente a convenzione per il Corso di Laurea di Psicologia Criminologica e Forense dell'Università degli Studi di Torino. Ha esperienza quindicinale come supervisore presso Comunità Psichiatriche utilizzando dispositivi psicodrammatici. Co-fondatrice del Centro Mana di Torino presso cui opera svolgendo percorsi individuali e gruppali e ospitando eventi e workshop organizzati da associazioni e network di colleghi della comunitá junghiana. Dal 2003 scrive e mette in scena performance teatrali.

 

CV Annamaria Frammartino 

annamaria.frammartino@gmail.com

 

https://m.facebook.com/manapsiche?ref=content_filter

 

Psychologist, psychotherapist, psychodramatist, actress and performer.

Psychologist, psychotherapist, psychodramatist, actress, performer.

Since 2000 at the Mental Health Department of the ASL City of Turin he has been carrying out clinical and suicidal risk prevention activities within the Turin Prison and has been leading theater and dance groups with patients in the psychiatric section for years. Member of A.P.R.A.G.I.P. Association for research and training in individual, group, institutional psychotherapy and analytical psychodrama uses psychodrama as an experiential group teacher of the C.O.I.R.A.G. of Turin.

Lecturer for the Degree Course of Criminological and Forensic Psychology at the University of Turin. He has fortnightly experience as a supervisor in psychiatric communities using psychodramatic devices. Co-founder of the Mana Center of Turin where she works, carrying out individual and group courses and hosting events and workshops organized by associations and networks of colleagues from the Jungian community. Since 2003 he has written and staged theatrical performances.

 

W-S: “Il Mana, energia del dono e circolazione

Il titolo del W-S prende origine dal nome del Centro in cui opero, "mana". Categoria del pensiero collettivo, fondamento del pensiero magico, il mana è una forza che ha un carattere benefico solo a condizione di venire trasferita, fatta circolare attraverso un dono, dal donatore, tramite passaggi intermedi, al donatore originario, come era usanza antica e rituale tra le popolazioni delle Isole Tonbriand in Polinesia. Il dono, l'energia, descrive un cerchio: parte, circola e ritorna a chi l'ha fatta partire. Se questa operazione di circolazione del dono viene interrotta, quella stessa forza magica, invece di esercitare una funzione benefica, si converte in una potente carica distruttiva nei confronti dell'inadempiente che l'ha trattenuta presso di sé assieme al dono. Tale pratica dalle origini antichissime e descritta da Malinowski, possiede così un significato magico e al tempo stesso sociale. Istituisce legami pacifici tra gruppi differenti, ma anche economici, perché alla base delle relazioni e dello scambio. 

 

I partecipanti potranno esplorare insieme il tema del "mana", condividere immagini, sogni e vissuti, esprimendoli attraverso lo psicodramma, la danza e l'improvvisazione teatrale partendo dal gesto per far circolare energia, benessere, spontaneità. Blocchi e resistenze si manifestano nella psiche e nel corpo. In un'epoca triste di pandemia e distanza forzata, é grazie al “mana”, un impulso, che l’energia bloccata si rimette in circolo….

"La nostra psiche è costituita in armonia con la struttura dell'universo, e ciò che accade nel macrocosmo accade egualmente negli infinitesimi e più soggettivi recessi dell'anima". Carl Gustav Jung

 

W-S: “Mana, energy of the gift and circulation”

The title of the W-S originates from the name of the Centre in which I work, "mana". Category of collective thought, foundation of magical thought, the mana is a force that has a beneficial character only on condition of being transferred, circulated through a gift, from the donor, through intermediate steps, to the original donor, as was the ancient and ritual custom among the peoples of the Tonbriand Islands in Polynesia. The gift, the energy, describes a circle: part, circulates and returns to those who started it. If this operation of the circulation of the gift is interrupted, that same magic force, instead of exercising a beneficial function, becomes a powerful destructive charge against the defaulter who held it with him along with the gift. 

 This practice, with its ancient origins and described by Malinowski, has a magical and at the same time social meaning. It establishes peaceful links between different groups, but also economic, because it is the basis of relations and exchange. 

Participants will be able to explore together the theme of the "mana", share images, dreams and lived, expressing them through psychodrama, dance and theatrical improvisation starting from the gesture to circulate energy, well-being, spontaneity. Blocks and resistances manifest themselves in the psyche and in the body. In a sad time of pandemic and forced distance, it is thanks to the "mana", an impulse, that the blocked energy gets back into circulation...

“Our psyche is constituted in harmony with the structure of the universe, and what happens in the macrocosm happens equally in the infinitesimal and more subjective recesses of the soul". Carl Gustav Jung

Alexandra
Russia
Sunday, 1st session

Max number participants: no limit
Languages: ENG, RUS
Email to register:     psy.doljenko@gmail.com

C.V. Psychodrama therapist, Regional Director and Senior Trainer in the training programmes of Moscow Institute of Psychodrama and Psychological Counseling, Trainer of Psychodrama Association, Secretary of Psychodrama Online Section

Workshop 2: Online psychodramatherapist office (role of the technical director).  Or who is the boss?

The psychologist's office is an important part of the therapeutic process. This is a territory where everything is not accidental and makes sense, this is a safety island where clients bring their innermost experiences, this is only your space during the session, this is the therapist's office and, in a sense, a part of it.

And we all know what the office of a psychologist and a group leader should be. but how to comfortably equip it online? for example, the door to the office is both the real door to the room from which you work and the security of the virtual space.

we will explore these and other questions in a very fun and psychodramatic manner.

Zaure
Kazachstan
Sunday, 1st session

Max number participants: no limit
Languages: ENG, RUS
Email to register:     psy.doljenko@gmail.com

C.V. Psychodrama therapist, Regional Supervisor of the Professional Psychotherapeutic League, Coordinator of programmes of the Psychodrama Online Section.

Workshop 2: Online psychodramatherapist office (role of the technical director).  Or who is the boss?

The psychologist's office is an important part of the therapeutic process. This is a territory where everything is not accidental and makes sense, this is a safety island where clients bring their innermost experiences, this is only your space during the session, this is the therapist's office and, in a sense, a part of it.

And we all know what the office of a psychologist and a group leader should be. but how to comfortably equip it online? for example, the door to the office is both the real door to the room from which you work and the security of the virtual space.

we will explore these and other questions in a very fun and psychodramatic manner.

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MARIA MONICA ZURETTI 
ARGENTINE 
Sunday, 14-16 
Post-Conference

C:V. MARIA MONICA ZURETTI Argentina, Faculty of Medicine, UBA 1964.
Psychodrama Training at the Moreno Institute, Beacon N.Y. under the direction of Dr. J.L. Moreno and Zerka T. Moreno,. Graduation 1970 Director of the Moreno Institute 1972 -76
Director of the Bs. As Institute of Psychodrama 1979 to 1985. General Coordinator of the 1985 International Meeting of Group Psychodrama and Psychotherapy.
Director of the Center for Psychodrama and Sociodrama since 1985 and of the Center for Psychodrama and Sociodrama Zerka T. Moreno since 1992
1989- 2005 Psychodrama Seminars University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain.
Iseo, Brescia, Italy, adviser of the Cooperativa de Solidaridad Social Il
Germoglio, from 1988 to 2005
Founder of the A Piu Voci movement, annual meeting of Psychodramatists since 1999. Teacher of the Swedish Academy of Psychodrama since its founding in 1989.
Responsable Trainer for Postgraduate Psychodrama programs, Faculty of Psychology, UBA Clinical Psychodrama since 2004

Former Vice-President of the International Association of Group Psychotherapy IAGP
(1992-1995). President of the Scientific Committee of the XII International Congress of the IAGP Buenos Aires 1995. Member of the Advisory Committee of the XIV Congress Istanbul Turkey 2005. July 2020 Creator of the movement Scenes of the people to offer care in the Pandemic.

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The Patio. Meeting Space
(Accompanying Scenes of the Peoples)
The team of the Zerka Moreno Center together with invited coordinators propose a space open to the community.
According to the tradition of El Patio in Escenas de los Pueblos, it offers a space for the exchange of living experiences, always maintaining care in the here and now and creatively projecting into the future.
The methodology will be Sociopsychodrama.
The conference will offer a space in different languages.

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POST-CONFRENCE

The Patio. Meeting Space
(Accompanying Scenes of the Peoples)
The team of the Zerka Moreno Center together with invited coordinators propose a space open to the community.
According to the tradition of El Patio in Escenas de los Pueblos, it offers a space for the exchange of living experiences, always maintaining care in the here and now and creatively projecting into the future.
The methodology will be Sociopsychodrama.
The conference will offer a space in different languages.

LIST OF COORDINATORS

Dr Debora Moghilesky de Penna 

Lic Claudio Ojeda

Lic Cristina Moreira 

Lic Paula Martinoia 

Lic Marcelo Choclin 

Lic Irene Tossola 

Lic Fernan Rodriguez Cetran 

Dra Marcia Marinelli

Lic.Carolina Pavlovsky

LIc Francisca Vargas

Dra Ana Ligia Monge

Lic Lucia Aranda Killian 

Andres Gatti

Lic Roberto Perez 

Yahaira Teran Revelo 

Dra Maria Angelica Alizade

Francisca Vargas Real 
Marcia Marinelli
Fernán R. Cetrán 
Maria Carolina Pavlovsky

Francisca Vargas Real (1)

Licenciada en Filosofía y CC. de Educación (sección Psicología).         Título Oficial de Psicología especialista en psicología clínica.           Psicoterapeuta

Marcia Marinelli (2)

Médica psiquiatra (UBA).           Psiquiatría general de adultos, trastornos del ánimo, en área asistencial, psicoeducativa y de supervisión a profesionales.       Cantante y bailarina.

Fernán R. Cetrán  (3)

Artista plástico, pintor, fotógrafo, escultor.                                                     Lic. en Folklore Mención Tango UNA.       Bailarín de tango y folklore argentinos.

Maria Carolina Pavlovsky (4)

Lic. en Psicología, bailarina y coreógrafa. Docente del Centro de Psicodrama Psicoanalítico Grupal, fundado por E. Pavlovsky.                                         Directora de la escuela y espacio clínico Psicodrama Grupal Pavlovsky.

Lucia Andrada Kilian
Paula Elena Martinoia
Angelica Alizade
Luciano López

Lucia Andrada Kilian (1)

Licenciada en enfermería e historia. Maestra en terapia familiar sistémica y en historia del arte, doctoranda por la U. de Salamanca con estancia de investigación en proceso bajo la dirección de Mónica Zuretti en la UBA. Conferencista internacional,             Profesora universitaria              Terapeuta individual, familiar y grupal, con consultantes en México y España.

Paula Elena Martinoia (2)

Psicóloga. Especialista en Psicodrama Universidad del Salvador. Arg.       Trainer en Sociopsicodrama del Centro Zerka Moreno.                                Docente universitaria en la carrera de Psicología en la USAL y en ISALUD.   Docente de Psicodrama en posgrado de la UBA.                                              Docente en la carrera de Especialización en Psicodrama. USAL.

Angelica Alizade (3)

Dra en Psicología.                         Directora de Psicodrama.   Psicooncóloga y cofundadora de la Asociación Argentina de Medicina y Cuidados Paliativos.

Luciano López (4)

Psicólogo egresado de la U.B.A. Psicodramatista                           Terapeuta EMDR                                      Ex-Docente de Teoría y técnicas de Grupos, de la Lic. en Psicología de la U.B.A.

Irene Mabel Tozzola
Marcelo Choclin
Cristina Elisa Moreira
Andres Gatti
Claudio Ojeda

Irene Mabel Tozzola (1)

Docente.                             Psicodramatista.                           Psicóloga social.                             Licenciada en Psicopedagogía.   Directora de la formación de Psicodrama en CAEPS desde 2001. Trabaja con niños, niñas y adolescentes.

Marcelo Choclín (2)

Psicólogo, UBA 1987, Argentina   Psicodramatista                     Especializado en Adicciones, y Familia

Cristina Elisa Mareira (3)

Prof. y Lic. en Ciencias de la Educación. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. UBA.      Lic. en Psicología. Facultad de Psicología. UBA.                            Posgrado en Psicodrama. Cátedra de Dra. Mónica Zuretti.                     Directora de Psicodrama. Centro Zerka Moreno de Buenos Aires.

Andres Gatti (4)

Calculista científico                        Profesor disciplinas industriales     Profesor de expresión corporal Psicólogo Social                 Psicodramatista

Claudio Ojeda (5)

Psicólogo                                      Terapeuta y Docente             Coordinador del Programa de Actualización en Psicodrama - Posgrado - Facultad de Psicología - UBA -               Ex Jefe del Departamento de Psicología y Salud Laboral del Banco de la Provincia de Buenos Aires (Hasta 2014).                Ex integrante del Equipo de Asistencia sobre Violencia Familiar del Hospital Penna (Hasta 2014)