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Wed, 15 May

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LOVE Woodland

Psychodrama In Nature (Free Event)

This workshop invites you to use aspects of psychodrama and creative action methods to explore how nature can provide a supportive and nurturing role, and how we can embody the strengths and healing that it has to offer.

Psychodrama In Nature (Free Event)
Psychodrama In Nature (Free Event)

Time & Location

15 May 2024, 18:00 – 20:00

LOVE Woodland , Lochwinnoch PA12, UK

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About the event

Following the success of last year’s workshop, the Feel Good Festival is offering another introductory Psychodrama in Nature session.   This is a unique opportunity to ‘dip a toe in’ and experience the creativity and power of  working in action, exploring connections with nature through psychodrama, and considering how the environment reflects our internal landscapes.    

In this taster session, at the wonderful venue of LOVE Woodland, just a short walk from the heart of the village, we will use aspects of psychodrama and creative action methods to explore how nature can provide a supportive and nurturing role for each of us, and how we can embody the strengths and healing that it has to offer.   

What to bring:  As we will be working outdoors, please bring appropriate clothing and footwear for all weathers.   If you would like to bring a cushion or blanket for your own comfort, please do. Some will be provided but it might be nice to have your own. A notebook and some coloured pens might also be handy.  Certificates of Attendance will be provided for CPD hours.

This workshop is offered free, funded by the Feel Good Festival. Spaces are limited so please book in advance and advise us if for any reason you're unable to attend, as we will be operating a waiting list.

Emma Hagen is a UKCP and BPA accredited Psychotherapist, Supervisor and Senior Trainer. She is dual trained in Person-centred Counselling (Strathclyde University) and Psychodrama Psychotherapy (Northern School of Psychodrama) and holds the UKCP Child and Adolescent Proficiency Marker. Emma has worked extensively as a psychotherapist, supervisor, and trainer in a freelance capacity, in both private practice and for organisations. Emma has held employed posts with the Children and Young People’s Team at Glasgow Women’s Aid, Freedom from Torture, and Barnardos Here and Now service within HMYOI Polmont. She is currently an associate with Mandala Consultants. Emma has a particular interest in working therapeutically outdoors and offers walk and talk therapy and Supevision in and around Lochwinnoch. Emma is a Senior Trainer with Psychodrama Scotland.

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