Mindfulness is about being present and aware. Interpersonal mindful awareness is being present and aware of what is happening inside, (mind, heart and body), aware of what is happening around, (environmental context) and aware of what is happening between us and others, (direct interpersonal field).
In developing mindfulness we are growing our ability to be more present in our internal experience. When we are mindful, we are more attuned to ourselves and others. We grow our capacity to respond with greater agency and skill. [ read more ]
with Nan Nally-Seif, TEP, LCSW
These two weekly psychodrama groups are ongoing personal growth and training groups for men and women. These groups will use psychodramatic techniques and expressive therapies to explore issues of personal development .Dealing with uncomfortable feelings, issues of trust, shame, relationships, intimacy and career decisions are among the topics that will be explored. We will look at behaviors that prevent us from being free to live our lives fully. [ read more ]
with Nan Nally-Seif, TEP, LCSW, DCSW
These personal growth and training workshops will deal with issues that can prevent you from living the life you want. These workshops also give trainees a view of psychodramtic techniques, sociometry and group psychotherapy process.
Psychodrama training credits and CEU’s granted. [ read more ]
Jacob Gershoni, LCSW, CGP, TEP
This series of experiential & training workshops utilizes action methods (sociometry, psychodrama, role play and group psychotherapy), to explore various issues that are of concern to participants. All workshops are held on Sundays and are open to all who are interested in action methods and psychodrama. CE credits given to Social Workers, LMHC’s and LCAT’s. [ read more ]
In these 3-hour workshops, we will deepen our inner world through meditation and mindful awareness and we will expand our inter-personal world through experiential enactment and group process. [ read more ]
This training program consists of five weekend workshops covering a variety of action techniques, methods and applications. [ read more ]
This newly formed supervision group meets twice a month, and is opened to mental health professionals. In a supportive environment, we will discuss and use action methods to deal with challenging clients and our own counter-transferences. [ read more ]