A Four-Part Training in Sacred Drama with Peter Erlenwein, Ph.D.
Friday, February 21, 2014 at 5:30 PM - Saturday, February 22, 2014 at 5:30 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Explore Existential and Spiritual Themes through Ancient Texts and Action Methods
This four part training is for psychotherapists, drama therapists, expressive arts therapists, theatre workers, artists, dancers, coaches, teachers and facilitators who want to integrate psychology with spirituality and action methods.
A FOUR PART TRAINING IN SACRED DRAMA
Tying in thematically with the four seasons of the year, these trainings will develop teach the basic principles of hagio-(sacred) drama.
- Each of the four training modules will build on the previous one and move towards an integrative methodology and perspective on sanity, illusion and the shadow in the therapeutic context.
- The training format will include brief lectures, group process, improvisation and expressive arts.
- Students will learn how to facilitate personal growth and insight through the healing potential of ancient stories and parables from multiple religious traditions and apply these with a postmodern consciousness.
Both students and seasoned professionals are welcome!
The maximum size of the group will be 14 people.
Fridays: 6.30 p.m. - 9.30.p.m.
Saturdays: 9.30 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.
November 28/29, 2014
The Goethe-Institute (German Cultural Institute) San Francisco, 530 Bush Street
$120 per weekend
Full payment due by February 10, 2014
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The struggle of growth and development appears in the world at large as evolution and in individual men and women as the growth and development of their own consciousness- which is the arena of cosmic evolution in human beings.
Dr. Peter Erlenwein is a prominent German social psychologist, psychotherapist, dance therapist, and journalist. Inspired by the writings of Ken Wilber and the ideals of the Alternative Nobel Prize, he specializes in conflict transformation work and intercultural dialogue.
For more information, please contact Peter at firstname.lastname@example.org (415) 990-7428
|Peter Erlenwein, Ph.D.|
Psychotherapist and lecturer at the Jung Institute in Zurich, Peter Erlenwein leads participants in an embodied exploration of stories, meditations, and parables drawn from the richness of diverse religious traditions from the East and West.
Guided through a unique combination of body/mind work, ritual dance, drama therapy, improvisation, and expressive arts, participants unearth their own truths reflected in ancient narratives.
In the universality of messages that have survived through generations, discover the power held within our deep ancestral wisdom, and allow it to teach us who we are and who we can become.
When & Where
Juliet Osborne, Living Arts Counseling Center
Jules Osborne has a Masters in Expressive Arts Therapy and trained at the Center for Creative Growth. She has led and co-facilitated arts and movement based groups, and been active in various art-based projects in the Bay Area for the past 7 years. Drawing on her therapy training and her extensive and varied arts background, she is passionate about producing safe spaces where individuals and groups can step outside of their everyday experience and get back in touch with forgotten or unknown parts of themselves.
Juliet Osborne, MA, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern (#73647) Supervised by Armand Volkas, RDT, MFT (MFC#28789).