Psychodrama Practice Group
February 8 - May 17
Psychodrama Practice Group: Cultivating personhood in community
Using ritual and the powerful modality of psychodrama, participants get to know themselves more deeply in community. The 2nd principle in our Sourced design is “Cultivate Personhood.” We cultivate personhood through practices of self-inventory, reclaiming a relationship with our bodies, and cultivating a relationship with the sacred. All these elements are woven into the practice group evenings. Facilitated by Springhouse staff members Chris Wolf and Carolyn Reilly.
This group is open to drop-ins. If you’re curious about this practice, please join us.
What: Psychodrama Practice Group: Cultivating personhood in community
Where: Springhouse (144 Silver Maple Lane, Pilot, VA)
When: Select Wednesdays (opposite dance), 6:30-8:30PM: February 8th, February 22nd, March 22nd, April 5th, April 19th, April 26th, May 3rd, May 17th
More on psychodrama:
In Psychodrama individuals are guided through dramatic investigations of issues in their lives with the support of the group. It is used to explore the worlds in which we live, both internal and external and can help us bring more spontaneity and creativity to our lives. Psychodrama is a powerful and connecting form that invites full-body mindfulness as participants are asked to attune carefully to themselves and each other. It can facilitate growth and integration and often yields profound insights for everyone involved.
About the Facilitators
Carolyn Reilly is a Springhouse staff member deeply dedicated to the cultivation of her own personhood and called to bring together community in creating sacred space. Chris Wolf is also a Springhouse staff member who has been leading group work for over a decade and is in ongoing training in psychodrama at the Hudson Valley Psychodrama Institute
We see your financial contribution not as a fee-for-service transaction, but as an investment in our vision and mission. Contributions for all our programs are self-determined and no one is turned away for lack of resources. While we provide cost-estimates and value comparisons for our programs to inform investment, these are not suggested contributions. Please take the time to read a more detailed overview of our generative economic model here.
When determining of your financial contribution, we ask you to consider:
- Program costs: We estimate that on average it costs Springhouse $40 per participant per session to offer this program. Note: we rely on some folks contributing more because some will need to contribute less
- Program value: We found comparable programs valued at $20-$200 per session
- Dream Contribution: How much would you like to contribute if you had the means?
- Personal means: Look at your household budget to see what’s actually possible. We can arrange a payment plan if that is helpful.
- Personal network: Consider the people you might know who can invest in a vision of regenerative culture. Reach out.
To maintain relationship as a foundation of our economic model, we encourage you to reach out to Chris or someone else on the Springhouse team and share your reflections engaging in this process.