Basics of Psychodrama – Scene Setting

April 27, 2013 @ 11:00 pm – April 28, 2013 @ 7:00 am
Family Strategies & Coaching
6402 East Superstition Springs Boulevard #208
Mesa, AZ 85206
$99 before the 15th of the month, $129 after that
Marlo Archer

This Beginners’ Workshop will introduce participants to action methods they can use with clients. Concepts and Structures to be demonstrated may include,and are not limited to: Basic 5 Elements (Director, Auxiliaries, Audience, Stage & Protagonist), Warm-Up, Full Psychodramas, and Sharing.

Students will receive 6.5 hours of Continuing Education for attendance. Marlo Archer is an approved provider for the following professional organizations:

The National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors
The National Board of Certified Counselors

There will be a 90-minute break for lunch. Students are encouraged to pack a bag lunch, think about lunch plans before arriving, or order lunch to be provided by API to enable the prompt start of the afternoon session.

2013 Dates
Saturday April 27th – PAY ONLINE NOW or Download Registration and Mail Payment
Sunday July 14th – REGISTER ONLINE
Sunday September 15th – REGISTER ONLINE
Saturday November 16th – REGISTER ONLINE

2014 Dates
Monday January 20 (Dr. MLK Jr. Day)
Saturday March 22
Sunday May 18
Sunday July 13
Saturday September 20
Tuesday November 11 (Veterans Day)

Suggested Reading: Acting-In by Adam Blatner, pages 1-95

Dr. Marlo Archer, CP, PAT, is a co-founder of the Arizona Psychodrama Institute, a licensed psychologist, and a Practitioner Applicant for Trainer in psychodrama. Psychodrama students may receive up to 160 of their training hours from a PAT. Marlo Archer is an approved provider for NAADAC & NBCC.

Here’s what people are saying about Basics of Psychodrama (January, 2013)

“Dr. Archer put on a fantastic workshop, it was informative and simplified so that I had no trouble understanding the concepts behind each psychodrama exercise and how they relate to the client. I plan to use these new tools I learned to help with the healing process of my own clients” – John McLean, MAPC

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