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Sociodrama Summer Intensive at Kansas State University.

THTRE 785 Reference # 11623

I will be teaching a 3-credit graduate course Monday, May 20-24, 9 AM to 5 PM and Friday 7 to 10 PM at UFM Community Learning Center; 1221 Thurston Street, Manhattan, KS. Contact [email protected] for information or to register.


Bibliodrama Training Workshops

Participants will be introduced to techniques of directing Bibliodrama. Participants will learn how to guide others to use their imagination to enter into a story or passage from the Bible and to give voice to the thoughts or feelings of the characters that they have imagined and to safely facilitate the discussion that follows.

Epiphany Parish

375 Second Avenue (between 21st & 22nd Sts.)

New York, NY 10010

Free and open to the public.

Email [email protected] to reserve your space.

Saturdays, April 27th and May 4th

9:00 AM – Registration, Coffee, & Bagels

9:30 AM – 1:30 PM - Workshop


Sociodrama Training Workshop

Sociodrama is a powerful, effective group action method that allows its members to creatively enact and examine issues that are common to the group.  Sociodrama goes beyond theatre games and role-play and uses a specific format and techniques to clarify issues, heighten understanding, find solutions, rehearse new roles, develop new skills, and build community.  Workshop participants will learn techniques that can be used in education, training, conflict resolution or making decisions and how to adapt them to work with various populations and enhance other modalities.

Epiphany Parish

375 Second Avenue (between 21st & 22nd Sts.)

New York, NY 10010

Free and open to the public.

Email [email protected] to reserve your space.

Saturdays, March 16th and April 6th

9:00 AM – Registration, Coffee, & Bagels

9:30 AM – 1:30 PM - Workshop


Family Lenten Night

An evening for adults and children to use their imagination and creativity to see through Christ’s eyes and feel through his heart. Together, children, teens, and adults will use storytelling, improvisation, scripture, and discussion to learn to respond to their world with empathy and courage. We wish to provide a safe, supportive, nurturing community for growth in love and fellowship for persons of all ages and to make everyone welcome in the Epiphany family.

Epiphany Parish

375 Second Avenue (between 21st & 22nd Sts.)

New York, NY 10010

Free and Open to All Ages

Tuesday, March 26th

6:00 PM – Registration and Refreshments

6:30 – 8:00 PM – The Program


How to Thrive and Survive as a Creative Arts Therapist Spring 2019
Kansas State University

Online each Monday evening January 28 - May 6, 2019 from
6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Central Standard Time.

This course provides the road map for finding or creating employment as a creative arts therapist. This course will guide you to meaningful, profitable work and provide you with the tools to continued growth and development in your career. This is a 12-week distance learning course designed to be experiential. Students will be interacting with the professor and each other via Zoom. The course can be counted as 45 CE hours for NADTA Continuing Education, 3 credit university transfer course, or 3 credit Alterative Training course.

For registration or additional information contact Sally Bailey, RDT/BCT.
[email protected]; 785-532-6780

 


The Poetic Voice of the Soul

An interactive Advent program using Scripture, poetry, imaginative contemplation, and Bibliodrama to delve deeper into the Christmas story and encourage the safe expression of the soul’s thoughts and feelings.

Church of the Epiphany
375 2nd Ave, (between 22nd & 23rd Streets)

New York, NY 10010

Free and Open to the Public

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

7:00 – 9:00 pm

 


Sociodrama Intensive
Theatre for a Shrinking World

NADTA 39th Annual Conference
Kansas City, Missouri

October 25th, 8:30 AM -3:30 PM

This experiential workshop introduces classic sociodrama, a powerful, effective way to take theatre methods into the community to creatively enact and examine issues that are common to a group. Participants will learn to safely facilitate a sociodrama and adapt it to meet the needs of diverse populations in a multitude of settings.
(6 CE hours – RDT, NBCC, LCAT)

Contact http://www.nadta.org/events/2018-annual-conference.html to register.

 


Sociodrama Summer Intensive at Kansas State University.

THTRE 785 Reference # 11601

I will be teaching a 3-credit graduate course Monday, May 21-25, 9 AM to 5 PM and Friday 7 to 10 PM at UFM Community Learning Center; 1221 Thurston Street, Manhattan, KS. Contact [email protected] for information or to register.


 

A SOCIODRAMA SKILLS WORKSHOP

Finding the Shared Central Issue

Saturday, April 28th - 1:00 to 5:00 pm

3929 Studios, 39 W. 29th Street, 2nd floor, New York, NY

$75 – professionals; $50 – students and seniors

Call 646-894-0475 to register or for information


 

HERE I AM LORD

Discipleship in the Spirit

Bibliodrama, Imaginative Prayer, Music, and Art

Tuesdays, April 24, May 1, May 8, May 15

7pm – 9pm

Presented by Nancy Sondag, RDT & Jim Mayzik, SJ

Church of the Epiphany

22nd St. and 2nd Avenue

ALL ARE WELLCOME!

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