This 4-day residential psychodrama training workshop aims to bring about a greater knowledge and integration of the theory and practice of psychodrama, sociometry, role training, sociodrama and group work. There will be many opportunities to deepen your appreciation of the principles and application of the method. There will be teaching, coaching and supervised practice. Reflections and insight from writing will be used to develop clinical acumen.

The residential nature of this workshop will also provide occasions for playfulness and connections as essential aspects of becoming a practitioner of this method.

Enrol in W3-2021: Residential Psychodrama Training Workshop

Wellington Psychodrama Training Institute


Workshop Code: W3- 2021

Date and Times

19-23 May 2021

Wednesday: 19 May, 7.00pm – Sunday: 23 May 4.30pm


$1425.00 (inc GST) Some places available at a reduced fee

Deposit: $350.00


Vivienne Thomson

Vivienne Thomson

Vivienne is an experienced organizational development consultant primarily providing supervision, group work and training through her company Algate Enterprises. She is a Sociodramatist and TEP (Trainer Educator Practitioner); the Director of Training of the Auckland Training Centre for Psychodrama and President of the Federation of Training Institutes of New Zealand. A member of AANZPA for 31 years, she has served on the AANZPA Executive and as Secretary of the Board of Examiners.

Viv has long been interested in health and well-being working with people achieving the quality of life that enables expression of creativity and realisation of potential. She enjoys assisting people with their inspiration and aspirations.

Bev Hosking

Bev Hosking

PANZ Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington

Bev Hosking is an experienced counsellor, group worker and supervisor who has been in private practice since 1987. She is a Role Trainer and TEP (Trainer, Educator and Practitioner); the Executive Director of the Wellington Psychodrama Training Institute, and a member of the AANZPA Board of Examiners.

Bev has been actively pursuing new approaches for us to meet with each other so that we can develop our capacities to respond creatively to our current social, cultural and political realities.

She works with active methods to promote social dialogue and is committed to bringing spontaneity and creativity to all aspects of life and work.