9/21: Working with Trauma in a Safe Space
Louise Lipman, LCSW-R, CGP, TEP
Friday, September 21st: 10 am – 12:30 pm
Yeshiva University Museum-YU Museum, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY
Registration: 2.5 CEU Credit Hours
Wurzweiler Alumni and Field Instructors: $35
Students (with ID): $15
Psychodrama and Sociometry can be used to create a safe and supportive container to work through traumatic events from a person’s life. By accessing Spontaneity and Creativity new roles can be created and the healing process can start. In this workshop we will examine how to begin this process.
About the Speaker
LOUISE LIPMAN, TEP, LCSW, CGP is a licensed psychotherapist and a certified Trainer, Educator, Practitioner of Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy in private practice in NYC. where she works with individuals, couples, families and groups. She is the Director of Training at the Psychodrama & Creative Arts Therapy Institute, NYC. Louise leads 12 Step Psychodrama Workshops and has facilitated groups for female Survivors of Childhood Trauma. She teaches a Literature Review and Exam Prep Course for Psychodrama certification, as well as facilitating weekly Psychodrama Training Groups. Louise is a Past President of the ASGPP; the current President of the NYC chapter of ASGPP; a former member of The ABE; & a Certified Group Psychotherapist from the American Society of Group Psychotherapy. She also teaches at Gerry Spences's Trail Lawyer college in Wyoming and is a Trial Consultant.