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Healing Generational Trauma, Conflict Transformation & Peace Building through Drama Therapy A 13-Week Experiential Online Training For Psychotherapists, Drama and Expressive Arts Therapists, Social Workers, Interns, Trainees, Coaches, Peacebuilders, Social Entrepreneurs, and Activists 13 Thursdays + One Saturday on Zoomwith Additional Learning Resources Facilitated by Armand Volkas, MFT, RDT/BCT Nermin Soyalp, PhD Starting on September 17th, 2020 Thursdays, 9:00am to 12:00 pm (Pacific Time)(From September 17 to December 17, 2020 - no meeting on November 26th Thanksgiving) San Francisco |…Find out more »
Patriarchy is a social system based on male dominance. It is a hierarchy that elevates some men over other men, and all men over women. These traumas not only shape our ways of being in the world, but perpetuate themselves across generations, and disconnect us from our full humanity. In this workshop, we will use embodied action methods including drama therapy, psychodrama and theatre improvisation to heal the personal and collective traumas engendered by patriarchy.Find out more »
This 15-week training will deepen your skills in peacebuilding and conflict transformation approaches to healing generational, historical and ancestral trauma through drama therapy. The course will involve experiential learning and techniques culled from drama therapy, psychodrama, sociodrama, Playback Theatre, expressive arts therapy, autobiographical therapeutic performance and Transactional Analysis.Find out more »
Healing the Wounds of History is a therapeutic and creative process in which experiential techniques are used to work with people who share a common legacy of generational, historical and/or collective trauma.
This 45-hour course will introduce peacebuilding and conflict transformation approaches to healing generational, historical and ancestral trauma through drama therapy.Find out more »
In this one day workshop for white people, we will explore the traumatic legacy of American whiteness through experiential means in a non-shaming space. Improvisation, psychodrama, ritual and Playback Theatre will be used to unearth the traumas associated with systemic racism and its impact on our identities and our psyches.Find out more »