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MI – Fagseminar april 2018 i Oslo.

Fagseminar Moreno Instituttet 2018

Fifty Shades of Eros: Exploring the Poetics of Sex and the Transgenerational Nature of Desire
Psychodrama and Dance Therapy Workshop with Leandra Perrotta

Oslo 21 – 22 april 2018
MI-fagkveld - Fifty shades of Eros

Helgeseminaret retter seg mot alle som har interesse for alle nyanser innen seksualitet og som har fagbakgrunn innenfor psykodrama eller andre relaterte psykoterapeutiske retninger. Personer med lengre terapeutisk egenerfaring kan også delta.

Seminaret går over en helg og er involverende og prosessuelt arbeid hvor deltakerne deltar aktivt med egne temaer og erfaringer. Seminaret holdes på engelsk. Det vil være en tilstede som oversetter ved behov.

Praktiske opplysninger:

  • Datoer: lørdag 21, og søndag 22 april 2018
  • Tidspunkt: kl. 10 – 18 begge dager
  • Pris: kroner 3.400,-
  • Sted: Sentralt i Oslo
  • Deltakelse på seminaret gir 14 PFO timer for medlemmer av PIN / NFP
  • Påmelding til : Send e-post til Morenoinstituttet
  • Seminaret ledes av Leandra Perrotta og holdes på engelsk

 

Leandra Perrotta is a Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist and  Trainer of Jungian Psychodrama, Dance Movement Therapy and Transgenerational Therapy. She is President of ITTA – International Transgenerational Therapy Association, Past President of FEPTO – European Federation of Psychodrama Training Organizations and Contract Professor at the University of Valle D’Aosta. She is trained in EMDR – Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing and also holds a degree in Anglo-American and French Literature.

Leandra has developed an integrative model of Jungian Psychodrama and Dancetherapy and her main clinical and research interests  are Psychogenealogy, Sexuality, Dreams and Trauma.

Leandra Perrotta presenterer selv workshopen på denne måten:

“The psychology of our desire often lies buried in childhood and our sexual preferences are shaped by the thrills, challenges and conflicts of our early relationships. Were we held or neglected? Loved or abandoned? Did we experience pleasure or did we learn not to expect too much? What did our family teach us about our body, our gender or our sexuality? What turns us on and how loyal is our unconscious to our past?

This experiential and didactic workshop will help explore our unique erotic blueprint which cleverly transforms and redresses our transgenerational narrative. We will investigate secrets, lies  and taboos, voice our erotic longings and playfully move beyond our comfort zone to use fantasy as an enriching, imaginative tool and initiate a transformative process of self awareness.