$300 – $375

Giving Back Shame: Releasing Toxic People and Healing Psychic Wounds

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Life Learning Center

3121 S. Rochester Road.

Royal Oak, MI 48073

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It isn't enough to learn about shame and it's origins in our important relationships. Shame needs to be brought out into the open in a safe setting, accepted unconditionally, and released. Toxic shame impacts the totality of who we are, and is connected to depression, fears, addiction, dysfunctional relationships and to the loss of the self. What we don't fix we are destined to repeat. In this workshop, we will identify shame-based messages and manifestations and utilize experiential methods including bodywork to release shame and hurt that plagues our core being.


These ongoing sessions present sociometry, psychodrama, spontaneity-creativity theory and role theory. Participants will learn and practice techniques for use in their field of interest. Attendees have the opportunity to experience and learn about the roles of group member, auxiliary ego, protagonist and director. Sessions will offer unique instruction in the application of experiential methods to a variety of life circumstances and themes. In addition, by being involved in all the roles of psychodrama, participants will benefit from deep personal growth work. Psychodramatic methodologies of role reversal, doubling, mirroring and future projection will be demonstrated and experienced. Lunch provided on Saturday. Snacks and beverages provided throughout the weekend.



17 training hours can be credited toward certification by the American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy.

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