Our need to talk, interact and simply be with each other is part of our development. Participants in psychodrama become more present, more aware and, as a consequence,
more conscious. Actions on thoughts and feelings give us greater visibility to our inner worlds and greater energy to our words As you move from "talking about" into action, opportunities arise to heal the past, clarify the present and imagine the future.
Action Methods is the term used to describe visual and role-based approaches to individual and group work. These methods are derived from Psychodrama and Sociometry, which were developed originally by JL Moreno and have subsequently been applied to many contexts: organizations, educational and community for personal and professional work, for example job and relationship choices, conflict management, strategic planning, team building, review meetings, training and development events and community consultation. We offer training at our place or yours.
The techniques used here can be used for action interventions in groups, with couples and individuals. As clients move from talking about to exploring their problems in action, opportunities arrive to heal the past and clarify the present and to imagine the future.
These experiential trainings offer addiction counselors and mental health professionals to:
Help clients break through denial and accept their powerlessness.
Learn exciting and creative ways to enhance communication.
Learn how to use action sociometry to build group cohesion and enhance communication.
Enhance their relationship with a Higher Power.·
Doubling and role reversal as powerful tools for awareness of self and others.·
Role Play to explore challenging situations that arise on the path to recovery,·
Specific action warm ups to help focus on substance abuse related issues, co-dependency and relationship issues.
620 Shore Rd. Spring Lake Heights, NJ. 07762 732-974-1978