Transgenerational Psychodrama

February 13, 2015 - February 15, 2015

Shepherds Dene, Hexham | £270

The focus of this weekend residential will be to explore the invisible forces that get passed on from one generation to the next, and look at the impact of this on our present day life. Often the psychological, emotional and even physical challenges in our lives have their roots in the lives of our ancestors. Present day irrational fears may date back to significant trauma experienced in the family generations before our birth. So is it possible to change patterns and ways of being that are sometimes centuries old? This weekend offers the opportunity to explore the parallels between our lives and our ancestor's lived experiences. With reference to the work of Anne Ancelin Shutzenberger we will use psychodrama to identify elements of the past that get unconsciously re-enacted, and creatively approach finding ways to change these patterns, effectively starting afresh from the present day and for future generations to come. This workshop is facilitated by Sandra Grieve, Lynette Green and Emma Hagen. It consists of 25 hours training.


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Barbara Grieve - Administrator

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