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First established in 1980, ANZPA now has about 90 Ordinary and Distinguished members who are Certificated Psychodramatist, Sociodramatists, Sociometrists or Role-Trainers. 25 of these members are further certificated as Trainer, Educator and Practitioners (TEPs) or Educator Practitioners. A further 200 members are Associate Members. Members are mainly from Australia or New Zealand, with some in Japan, USA, UK or Europe ANZPA is as an incorporated not-for-profit association in South Australia and in New Zealand. A copy of the ANZPA Constitution (PDF) is available.
HVPI offers professional training, clinical internships, supervision, on-site in-services, psychodrama services, and consultation to hospitals, substance abuse inpatient and outpatient programs, mental health programs, battered women's programs, schools and universities, human service agencies and industry. Judy Swallow and Rebecca Walters, HVPI's founders and directors, have been offering training in Psychodrama and Action Methods for group and individual therapy since 1989. They are known for their warmth, sensitivity, humor, and ability to create a safe environment in which students can learn and practice. Distinguished guest faculty are also invited to present in their fields of expertise.
We are a full service training, teaching and research institute with a variety of programs, including a 100-hour "educator's curriculum" to use apsects of the psychodramatic method in organizations and in education. We also have affiliations with Psychotherapy.net, and make available 3 training DVDs for CEU credits, and an Instructors Program of Zerka T. Moreno's work. We have a residential site in the wilderness of pristine nature in Nova Scotia where we offer residential programs. Graduate school classes are offered in Cambridge, Mass at Lesley University.
The purpose of ANZPA is to promote spontaneity in the Members of the Association and through them the spontaneity, creativity and co-creation of progressive relationships that strengthen the health and well-being of society in Australia and New Zealand and in our relationships with those in other countries.
Delaware Valley Psychodrama Collective meets on the fourth Saturday of each month to build our sociometry, explore action methods and various clinical practices and philosophies. This is a professional organization created to offer a place for idea sharing and open practice and education using action methods. The collective is made up of clinicians, educators, artists and students with many different experience levels and gifts to offer. Anyone who's interested in expanding their knowledge toolbox is welcome. We do offer CEU's for training portions of the meetings. And we occasionally sponsor visiting training retreats, see our calender.
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