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Personal Development Psychodrama Workshop for women

Wednesday, September 13, 2017   Posted in: Training By: Administrator With tags: Training, mental wellbeing, women, workshop

You are invited to participate in a unique personal development workshop in Christchurch.

In this workshop you will have the opportunity to gain deeper self-awareness, develop an increased ability to act spontaneously and learn to express yourself more effectively in the here-and-now. Psychodrama, sociometry, sociodrama and role training will be used to explore issues of self-esteem, assertiveness, relationships, grief, illness etc. You will find new ways of being that enhance your sense of self-worth and appreciation.

This workshop is suitable for you if you have a desire to:

  • improve your relationship with yourself and with others;
  • enrich your spirit; and
  • live your life with more creativity and imagination.

Dates: Friday 13th to Sunday 15th October 2017
Times: 6.30 to 9.30pm on Friday, 10am to 6pm on Saturday and 10am to 5pm on Sunday.
Location: The Women's Centre (Unit 3, 242 Ferry Road)
Cost: $140 to $290 per person - depending on income.

Places are limited to 12 so register early! A deposit of $50 will secure your place - non-refundable after 6th October 2017.

Visit Ali Watersong's website for more information including how to register and payment options. You can also contact Ali directly (03 328 7105 or watersong[at]

Ali Watersong is a psychodramatist and an experienced counsellor. She has led numerous groups over the last 30 years and delights in using the psychodrama method to assist in people's development.

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