A new Therapy Group is Forming! Emeryville, CA Fridays, April 28 to June 16 @ 10am to 12noon facilitated by Nechama Langer Process a Challenging Life Experience through Illustrating, Writing and Acting Your Story. Are you looking for an opportunity to tend to an unhealed wound? Do you have a story of transformation that you would like to process through art, drama and creative writing? Would you like to write a new ending to an old story? Are you looking for…Find out more »
Adopted people often have complex feelings, identities and family relationships that are difficult to navigate. Grief, gratitude, anger, abandonment, forgiveness, confusion, acceptance--------there are few places where the diversity of adoption experiences can be witnessed and held. Join us for a day of exploration and healing with prominent drama therapy and expressive arts facilitators. We will uncover and transform our stories into life affirming narratives through drama therapy, voice work, Playback Theatre, drawing, movement, and journaling. No previous arts experience necessary. Shy people are welcome!Find out more »
The Northern California Group Psychotherapy Society Presents Unearthing and Transforming Generational Trauma through Drama Therapy A Two Day Workshop at the 24th NCGPS Biennial Training Institute, Oakland, CA June 3-4, 2017 Oakland, CA Conference Home Page: http://ncgps.org/events/ Facilitated by Armand Volkas, MFA, MA, MFT, RDT/BCT Clinical Director, Living Arts Counseling Center Director, Healing the Wounds of History Associate Professor, California Institute of Integral Studies Healing the Wounds of History is a therapeutic process in which experiential techniques facilitate uncovering and transformation…Find out more »
Descendants of victims, perpetrators, collaborators and bystanders, who carry a burdened legacy connected with the Holocaust and The Third Reich, embark on a 6-day journey of personal transformation and the healing of collective, historical, ancestral and trans-generational trauma.
Descendants of Holocaust survivors and Nazis---Germans, Dutch, Poles, Austrians, Italians, French, Roma, and other cultures and nationalities who carry generational trauma related to WWII, are invited to participate.Find out more »