What is psychodrama? Psychodrama is an experiential method of exploring our private and public worlds in a multidimensional, creative way. It helps you safely express feelings, develop insight and practice new, desired behaviors. Psychodrama meets you where you are in the present and assists you in contacting and developing the best that is within yourself. As a natural outgrowth, people experience a deeper connection and appreciation of others. Psychodrama emphasizes creativity and spontaneity rather than illness and pathology.
Would this therapy group benefit you?
If you seek support and encouragement for growth and change, join us and experience the power and creativity of a psychodrama group. Issues addressed may include: relationship with self and others, family of origin, self esteem and empowerment, recovering from trauma, connecting to spirituality.
- When: Meets 2 times per month, on Mondays 6:30-9:30 PM. Limit 8 participants. On-going group has openings beginning September 16, 2013. Free interview required.
- Where: IMAGINE! Center for Creativity and Healing 1924 Fourth Street, San Rafael 94901
- Fee: $75 per session payable monthly. Some partial scholarships available.
For more info call Sylvia Israel at (415) 454-7308 or Sylvia@ImagineCenter.net
Sylvia Israel, MFT (mfc #31245), TEP, RDT/BCT, is a nationally certified Psychodrama Trainer, Educator, Practitioner (TEP), Registered Drama Therapist/Board Certified Trainer (RDT/BCT) and Founder/Director of IMAGINE! Center for Creativity and Healing, Founder/past-Director of Bay Area Playback Theatre and Founding member of Bay Area Moreno Institute. She is adjunct faculty at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) and has presented at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and at professional gatherings nationally and internationally. Sylvia is past President of the Northern California Chapter of the National Association of Drama Therapy. Her work blends verbal therapy, psychodrama and other expressive arts. Sylvia specializes in grief and loss, blocks to creativity, trauma and childhood abuse recovery. She maintains a private practice in Marin and San Francisco working with individuals, couples and families.