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Does your business need a creative boost? Would you like an opportunity to brainstorm and innovate in a completely refreshing way? We all get stuck in our heads, feel creatively blocked and find it difficult to come up with new and exciting solutions to existing problems and challenges. I will work with you or your business, to take your ideas out of your head and put them on the floor so that they can be seen, explored and expanded. My process encourages collaboration, team building and co-operation without force, and allows for you or your employees to tap into their creativity and spontaneity effortlessly in a way you never thought possible. If you want an experience for you or your team that will bring you all together; that encourages active participation and empowers or challenges each individual to see themselves and their role in a new light, then this process is for you.
As I have been an actor for almost 20 years, the psychodramatic process has a particularly positive impact on the lives of actors. I work intuitively and have a unique understanding of an actor’s inner world. This puts me in the optimal position to work with them. The skills I employ ensures a safe and creative environment. I gently guide and empower actors to connect with their inner blocks and obstacles by exploring what emerges within them. The outcome is a greater level of self awareness and authenticity for the actor from the fresh perspective that I enable.
The same psychodramatic technique can then be applied to actors and their process in the rehearsal space, working with scripts and characterisation; deepening their emotional connection with the character and the other actors they are working with.
Cool Psychodrama Terms
‘Being” in a role in life itself. It is a social conserve, such as mother, in that they have a finished form. Children learn roles through role taking, as do we all when developing a new role or in the psychodrama, we ask the protagonist to take up the role in the first place and then once they have done that we say role reverse…etc.
Role Play –
‘Playing’ a role by choice in a given setting, for the purpose of exploring, experimenting, developing, training or changing a role.