Sue Daniel is a psychodramatist (TEP), individual and group psychotherapist, and a consulting psychologist (MAPs). She is the Director of the Psychodrama Institute of Melbourne (PIM), Chairperson of the Australian and Aotearoa Board of Psychodrama (AABP), a member of the Board of the International Association of Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes (IAGP) and visiting Professor at the Muroran Institute of Technology, Hokkaido, Japan.
Active Listening: Applications of sociometry and psychodrama in one to one psychotherapy.
Active Listening involves being in the moment, making something from what the client is communicating, verbal or non-verbal. The ability to both listen and see clearly in the moment is vital. We need to be able to recognize, value and identify what is emerging in the other and ourselves from moment to moment. Knowledge of sociometry and role theory serves this process. In this workshop I will be using specific sociometric activities and relevant psychodrama techniques. This workshop is designed for those working with individuals, couples or families who are interested in furthering their one-to-one counselling, supervision or psychotherapy skills.