Indian Institute of Psychodrama is honoured to present a two day Psychodrama workshop
in Delhi with Sue Daniel on December 21 & 22, 2013.
Introduction to Psychodrama
is a creative way of exploring the world of individuals, families and
organisations using action methods and spontaneous drama. It is an enlivening
framework in which the use of the imagination is central.
is an experiential group work method based on the principals of Dr J. L. Moreno
(1889-1974). Psychodrama has been the basis of many theories and
practices of group work since 1923. It has applications in a variety of
settings. Psychodrama is an action method and involves the use of
dramatic enactment to explore themes, events and stories in our lives.
meeting will provide an introduction to the use of core principals and
techniques of Psychodrama including role theory, sociometry and
sociodrama. It is suited for people working or studying in a variety of
fields such as health, education, organisational development, the creative arts
and pastoral care. Learning will be experiential, based on the interests
and concerns of the participants, who can expect significant personal and
professional growth. Participants can expect to enjoy themselves as well
as learn about this creative and positive method, which has relevance in workand in everyday relationships.
provides many positive challenges and possibilities, which are ours if we have
the courage to take them. This two-day experience sharing workshop will
also assist those who want to develop greater strength, vitality and more
effective relationships with themselves and others.
About Sue Daniel
Daniel, BA, DipT, MApS, TEP is a psychodramatist and psychotherapist in private
practice in Melbourne, Australia. She is the Director of the Psychodrama
Institute of Melbourne and a Visiting Professor at the Muroran Institute of
Technology, Hokkaido, Japan. Sue is the founder of the Moreno Psychodrama
Society and Chairperson of the Australian and Aotearoa (New Zealand) Board of
Psychodrama. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the
International Association of Group Psychotherapy. She is an international
trainer, educator and practitioner who conducts workshops and educational
seminars in communities, institutes and organizations worldwide. Sue’s
writing on psychodrama has been published in books and journals.