Training in Psychodrama, Sociodrama, Sociometry, Role Training, Group Facilitation and Leadership:

The psychodrama method has at its core a view of each person as a ‘creative genius’. The central purpose of the method is the flowering of this creative genius through the development of creativity and spontaneity.

Spontaneity (in the psychodrama sense) is characterised by flexibility, vitality, and originality and is manifested through an imaginative response that is adequate to whatever is the situation at hand.

Whilst primarily a group method, psychodrama is also widely used in one-on-one work and brings a fresh impulse to the dynamics of life and work with individuals, couples, families and organisations.

With the increasing speed of change in our world, the psychodrama method, because of its focus on creative adaptability, is  now more relevant than ever.

For detailed information on accredited psychodrama training programs in Christchurch (and  throughout New Zealand and Australia) visit: