The emphasis of this training will be working with the fruitless striving for constant perfection and the ease in which perceived failure can lead to addictive behaviors. Topics such as understanding addiction as an effort to fill the insatiable hole will be explored in depth. Discussion and practice of all interventions being supported by a therapeutic rational will help detail the responsible use of action methods. The work of the group, with the direction of Kaya and Georgia, is to provide a safe space for the celebration of all human emotions from deep sadness to ecstatic joy.
This workshop will offer the exploration of a multitude of experiential techniques based on the theory and techniques of group psychotherapy, psychodrama, psychomotor, and sociometry. Sociometry maps the treads of human connections with psychodrama and psychomotor place issues of all kinds on the stage, making them explicit and concrete through dramatic action.
32 CE Credits Available
Kaya T. Kade, LPC, CDMS, T.E.P., is nationally certified as a Trainer, Educator and Practitioner of Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy. Kaya lives and works in Alaska, and has a profound belief in the efficacy of group and action therapy. She is the recipient of the 2010 Alaska Counseling Association Anne L. Henry Distinguished Service Award. In the past few years, Kaya has presented workshops at three ASGPP conferences, as well as conferences in Britain and New Zealand.
Georgia A. Rigg, LCSW, T.E.P., is nationally certified as a Trainer, Educator and Practitioner of Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy. In 2008 she was the recipient of the Innovator's Award from the American Society for Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama, for her work in blending psychomotor therapy and psychodrama. Georgia's mentor in psychomotor therapy, Al Pesso, passed away in May 2016, and this has deepened her investment in continuing to teach her “hands on” blended model of psychomotor therapy and psychodrama, to a variety of audiences.
The workshop fee is $950 which includes lodging. A non-refundable deposit of $100 is required to reserve a space in the workshop until September 1. Payment is expected by September 1- this continues to guarantee you space in the workshop. If you cancel between August 1 and September 1, a 50% refund of registration fee will be made—after September 1, no refunds will be available.
Dinners at the workshop are a community affair and will be shared by all. Breakfast and lunch are on your own—participants are welcome to prepare breakfast and lunch at the workshop facility.
Workshop will begin at 4:00pm on Thursday, September 19, and close at 2:00pm on Monday, September 23, 2019.
For more information please contact Kaya T. Kade at (907) 947-6676 or email@example.com