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Brigid Mosher, LMHC, Ph.D., T.E.P.



Brigid Mosher, LMHC, Ph.D., T.E.P.

Primary Address

4268 Hill Street
Port Townsend, WA 98368
Office Phone: (425) 877 6837
Cell Phone: (425) 877 6837
Residence Phone: (425) 877 6837

2nd Office Address

2900 Westlake Ave. N
Seattle, WA 98109
USA
Office Phone: 425 877 6837

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Regularly Scheduled Training
One Day Training Workshops
Weekend Training Workshops


Work Settings
Creative Arts Therapists
Education (Elementary, Secondary, Colleges & Universities)
Mental Health Professional
Personal Growth/Adult Education
Private Practice
Supervision
Consultation


My clients are seeking and navigating changes in their lives and we work together around many different life issues. Psychodrama is especially effective for trauma, relationship struggles, self exploration, gaining a sense of belonging, and creating change. It is centered around helping you warm up to living and connecting with others. I work with women, men, couples, families, and groups. I also train professionals in psychodrama, sociometry, and group psychotherapy.

Psychodrama offers techniques for helping you gain insight when talking and thinking just aren't enough. In individual therapy psychodramatic techniques can help you get out of your head or patterns of thinking and behaving. In psychodrama groups you learn about, change and develop your connections with others. In a group we encounter ourselves in others and learn to reverse roles with others. What happens for you in life will come up in group. The nature of this work is that what happens for you in the supportive space of group will very likely carry over into your life.

My areas of expertise are psychodrama, group psychotherapy, using writing and film in connection with therapy, and psychodrama training. I also hold a Ph.D. in Literature. I am co-author with John Mosher of "Cycles of Healing: The Treatement of Developmental Trauma" in Psychodrama with Trauma Survivors: Acting out Your Pain, ed. Peter Felix Kellermann and M.K. Hudgins. This article presents The Healing Circle, created by John Raven Mosher, a template for working with the personal myths we live that originate in our early development.

I currently work at Jumping Mouse Children's Center, using play therapy with young children.

Copyright 2007
American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy
American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy
P.O.Box 15572  -  Washington, DC 20003  -  202-483-0514
abe@psychodramacertification.org