Exploring Dreams in Action Through Psychodramatic Role Playing
It’s dream salon time again! Please be sure to RSVP if you plan on coming because the dream salons have been getting very full. I may need to ask you to bring along a chair to help out!
I’m pleased to announce that this month that my friend Maryanna Palmer, from the Integrative Healer’s Consortium, will be coming to teach us about how to work with dreams through psychodrama – dream theater. It’s going to be a lot of fun, so I hope you can join us. See below for detailed information.
Dream Salon Description
In this month’s dream salon, Maryanna Palmer will lead us through an exercise in which a dreamer will reenact a dream as they remember it and then once again, as they would like it be. Volunteers will help the dreamer to develop the fabric of the dream by assuming the roles of the significant people, parts or symbols in the dream. Through the process of enactment, the dreamer, as well as the group will explore and deepen their relationship with the dream, revealing new layers of meaning and wisdom.
About Maryanna Palmer
Mary Anna Palmer LICSW, LMFT is a Certified Practitioner of Psychodrama Psychotherapy. She is the founder of The Psychodrama and Psychotherapy Center housed at Aslan Institute in Eagan, MN. She has worked in the mental health field since 1972 first in Milwaukee, WI and now 21 years in MN.
When and Where
Date: Friday May 8, 2009
Place: Monkey Bridge Arts
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Cost: Free, but donations are accepted
RSVP: E-mail SheilaAsato@comcast.net or telephone 952-412-4786