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The Heart of Moreno ' s Legacy II: Life-sustaining Actions during Political Unre
Posted on Thursday, May 25 @ 03:43:03 UTC
Topic: Sociometry
The Heart of Moreno ' s Legacy II: Life-sustaining Choices during Political Unrest 

Ann E. Hale, MA, TEP and Donna Little, MSW, TEP will facilitate three gatherings in 2018 and 2019 to explore ways the full repertoire of Psychodrama and Sociometry can be directed toward solutions to bring opposing groups together. Rather than title each event separately we will combine the following : (1) Who Shall Survive?You, and all the others; (2) The nature of our past successes on which we'll build new roles and new territory; (3) Strengthen and support one another as we create potent solutions to bring to the world. The content of these gatherings will emerge from the leaders intentions and abilities, the participants enthusiasm for various target groups and issues, and the settings we hope to develop connections with. 

THIS WORKSHOP IS CONFIRMED TO TAKE PLACE.


Gathering one: Sunday, April 15 (3pm) to Wednesday, April 18, Dallas, Texas, the three days prior to the ASGPP Annual meeting (April 19-22, 2018)  ASGPP is booked into the Crowne Plaza in Addison, Tx. We are currently negotiating a workshop location in the Addison area . Training hours: a minimum of 30.
Training schedule:  Sunday, April 15, 3pm -7pm;  Monday and Tuesday, April 16 &17, 10am -7pm; Wednesday, April 18, 8am - 4pm.

This workshop is confirmed to take place. Reserve your place. Fill out the  " Registration Form for Worksops "  located in the contents section of this website. Use the printable option, download and complete the form. Mail with your check or minimum deposit of $200. To Ann Hale, 353 Highland Ave, apt. 2, Roanoke, VA  24016

Tuition cost: $400. Meals and accomodation is not included. Please let us know of your interest. Contact: Ann Hale, 540-400-8182 annehale@cox.net  OR. Donna Little, 519-836-6654 dmlittle@interlog.com

 
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