On 29 March 2019, a basic level education class is launched for Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Therapy (Assistant level).
Psychodrama as a branch of Psychotherapy is widely used in clinics, education systems, social work and organization consulting, as well as in the world of art. Target audience: Education program of Moreno Institute in Latvia is intended for specialists with social and humanitarian university degree (doctors, psychologists, pedagogues, social workers, etc.).
The education program meets the international requirements and standards applicable to education of psychotherapists. The education program shall be conducted by Jolanta Klišāne and Uģis Segliņš.
Duration of studies: 2 years; the total education course comprises 660 hours of education.
Curriculum: Training in form of seminars shall take place once a month on weekend (from Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon). 9-10 seminars a year, followed by summer holiday (2 months). The total curriculum – 19 seminars.
Benefits: This curriculum is expected to provide the best self-experience as a precondition to responsible application of methods. In your capacity of Psychodrama Assistant, you would be able to provide assistance to therapeutic psychodrama groups and apply various techniques in your work with clients, patients and groups.
Fee: EUR 180 per seminar (VAT and coffee-breaks included).
Apply for studies electronically by e-mailing your application to e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
- Individual interviews;
- Documents – a copy of university diploma (or certification of last year university studies).
Jolanta Baltiņa: email@example.com, tel. 29597674
Jolanta Klišāne: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. 29220932
Uģis Segliņš: email@example.com, tel. 29215360
What Is Psychodrama?
Conceived and developed by Jacob L. Moreno, MD, Psychodrama employs guided dramatic action to examine problems or issues raised by an individual. Using experiential methods, sociometry, role theory, and group dynamics, Psychodrama facilitates insight, personal growth, and integration on cognitive, affective, and behavioural levels. It clarifies issues, increases physical and emotional well being, enhances learning and develops new skills.
The word ‘Psychodrama’ is often used as a generic term when talking about the range of action methods that J L Moreno developed.
Action Methods are used to enable past, present and future life events to be explored. Issues or problems and their possible solutions are enacted rather than just talked about. Psychodrama offers the opportunity to practise new roles safely, see oneself from outside, gain insight and change. There is a director, an action area and group members. The director supports groups to explore new solutions to old problems, group members participate in the drama as significant others and share how they personally relate to and can learn from the presenting issue at the end of the session.
Whether we are seen as stereotypes or as individuals depends upon our language and perspective. The art of psychodrama includes the recognition of a person’s private and metaphorical language and the use of multiple perspectives to elicit the subjective experiences of the protagonist, the director and the group members.
Psychodrama can be used in a group or individually for therapy and personal growth. It can also be applied to family and couples therapy.
Psychodrama is practised and taught extensively through the world.
Who is Psychodrama for?
Psychodrama is for everyone and anyone who would like to experience the spontaneity and ‘magic’ of working with action methods. Whether your focus is personal, professional, therapy or training, if you’re interested in the creative exploration of yourself, your relationships and your life using action as well as words, then you might value and enjoy the psychodramatic method and the personal liberations, self expression and insights that it elicits.