Virtual Bibliodrama Training:
Exploring Stories of
Faith and Resilience
This virtual workshop is designed to help you learn and develop the skills required to facilitate a bibliodrama session. Bibliodrama is an imaginative form of group exploration, where participants step into the roles of Biblical characters to gain new awareness, insight and connection to the stories that live within the Bible. Both sociometric and text centered bibliodrama will be demonstrated as we spend time exploring stories where perseverance and faith are tested in the midst of trying circumstances. At this very challenging moment in our history, connecting with the wisdom of sacred story is invaluable. Whether you are new to bibliodrama or already have experience, come explore, learn and grow with us on this exciting virtual adventure!
WHEN: May 31, 2020 from 1-5pm & 6-9pm
(The room will be password protected and only those who are
registered for the workshop will be admitted.)
7 hrs. of psychodrama training will be accredited by the American Board of
Examiners in Group Psychotherapy & Psychodrama
for those in the certification process.
TRAINERS: Linda Condon, LMHC, TEP & Amy Clarkson, MMT, MT-BC, TEP
HOW TO REGISTER: Fill out the registration form below.
We will then email you information about payment via paypal and the zoom link to attend the workshop. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Amy is a Trainer, Educator and Practitioner of Psychodrama and Group Psychotherapy and a Board-Certified Music Therapist. For more than 20 years, Amy has pursued an interest in facilitating Bibliodrama in retreat, educational, and worship settings. She has provided many trainings on the use of this imaginative form of engagement with Biblical stories.
Linda is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Certified Trainer, Educator and Practitionerin Psychodrama and Group Psychotherapy. She has a private practice in Clearwater FL,as well as a psychodrama training group. She has published the book "The Warm-Up Ring: Keys for Energizing Your Group" and has served as President of the American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama. She has a special interest in directing bibliodrama, having done so for the past 25 years.