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Workshop preview #32

10 April 2019 at 22:17

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Workshop Infos #32 Tamar Pelleg – Israel

Workshop – English (USA e Canada)

Using Bibliodrama we will enact an ancient tale:

“A Tale of a palace and two painters” which presents two main archetypes we all own, and which resonate with the philosophy of J.L.Moreno (The Godhead and The Canon of Creativity). Participants will get familiar with a tale of Rabbi Nachman of Breslove through Bibliodrama.
Learning objective:
After attending this workshop participants will be able to :

1. Describe two main archetypes portrait in the tale and identify how they are part of their own life.

2. Describe how the story resonate with J.L.Moreno’s philosophy of the Godhead and The canon of creativity.


Who shall survive?
IAGP International Psychodrama Conference 2019

4/9/2019 - 8/9/2019, Iseo (BS) - Italy

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127 Speakers

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