Video: The XIV Moscow Psychodrama Conference Will Take Place On June 10-13 - Partner News
2023 Author: Oswald Adamson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 12:13
Change is an ongoing process that accompanies us throughout our lives. Events, jobs, surroundings, interests, relationships, and even values change.
The most difficult and at the same time important changes are internal. If such changes do not occur for a long time, then we begin to feel psychological discomfort and a state of stagnation. This feeling makes it difficult to be present in the present, enjoy life, try something new, explore, communicate, open up, experience a wide range of sensations and enjoy a new day. During such periods, we especially want inspiration or "reboot", which will allow us to "change the program", get out of stagnation and continue moving in the direction we need.
Psychodrama is a method of action. Movement is one of its basic principles. Psychodramatic techniques provide great opportunities for finding inner resources so that you can make this reset and find the inspiration that ensures the natural flow of inner change.
The psychodrama conference is a unique chance to make these changes and see the psychodrama method in action! These are more than 70 leading psychodramatic therapists from Russia and the CIS, psychologists of related fields, playback theater and much more, which includes psychology, play, spontaneity and creativity.
We invite everyone to be inspired by the exciting and festive atmosphere of the conference and get an impetus for further professional and personal development!
We will be glad to see you!
See the event schedule here.
At the XVI Moscow Psychodrama Conference "Universes of Psychodrama: In Search of New Worlds" on June 9-12, 2018, we would like to acquaint as many people in helping professions with psychodrama, an effective method of group psychotherapy that has earned recognition at the world level
The 15th Moscow Psychodrama Conference will take place on June 9-12 in Moscow
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