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Dream Work In Action Weekend Workshop

Dream Work In Action Weekend Workshop

Greetings NYC Soul Family,

I'm super excited about next weekend's dream work in action workshop!

We are almost sold out but there is 1 seat still available with your name on it if guided to be there!

AThe Hudson Valley Psychodrama Institute Presents


December 3-4, 2016
Location: Highland, NY
(overnight accommodations are available)
Trainer: Ingrid Schirrholz,Dipl.-Psych., MA, TEP

Learn more & register at:

Tuition Fee - $295

Contact me if you live in Brooklyn/ NYC if you're interested in carpooling or traveling to Highland, NY by bus. The closest bus station is New Paltz, NY.

This Weekend Playshop Is Perfect For Social Workers, Therapists, Coaches, Counselors, & Energy Healing Practitioners!

Add another tool box to your existing transformational tools to help your clients & facilitate group healing events!

Dreams connect us to deeper levels of consciousness and show us what is going on beneath the surface of everyday consciousness.

They give us access to another dimension of consciousness where new possibilities open up. In dreaming we are not bound by physical laws, like the law of gravity, and we are free to explore new ways of being in life. We can learn how to enter dreamspace by enacting our dreams and extending them in the here and now, creating new endings to unfinished dreams or nightmares.

In including dreams in therapy and counseling, we can view the bigger picture and harness the power of imagination to develop new perspectives. Looking at dreams helps to identify goals, look at obstacles that keeps clients stuck, and develop new and creative strategies to realize their goals. Becoming familiar with exploring their dreams helps clients to tap into new and previously unused resources.

Psychodrama helps us to decipher the language of the unconscious through putting dream imagery into action. Bringing each dream character to life, giving them a voice and allowing them to interact, provides a unique way of tuning into the meaning of the dream. This process empowers the client to discover their own meaning, rather than having their dream interpreted by the therapist.

You Will Learn How To:

– to build group cohesion around the topic of dreams
– to warm up a group to work with dreams
– to transition from everyday consciousness to dream consciousness and vice versa
– to create dreamspace
– to concretize dream images
– to maximize significant elements of dreams and their underlying feelings.

Tuition- $295

Are Continuing Education HoursAvailable for this workshop?

NYS Social Workers: In collaboration with the Sociometric Institute, Inc. this course provides 13hours of continuing education.Contact HVPI for more information.

This course has been approved by Hudson Valley Psychodrama, LLC, as a NAADAC Approved Education Provider, for 13CE. NAADAC Provider #151898, Hudson Valley Psychodrama, LLC is responsible for all aspects of their programming.

This workshop offers 13 training hours towards certification by the American board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy.

If you have further questions or would like travel directions, contact Ingrid At (845)[masked] or send an email to [masked]

Your Facilitator

Ingrid Schirrholz, Dipl.-Psych., MA, TEP received her Diploma in Psychology from the University of Hamburg, Germany. She came to the US to study Expressive Therapies at Lesley College earning her Master’s Degree in 1984. She continued her training in Psychodrama with Robert and Jacqui Siroka in New York. Under the direction of Jacqui Siroka she embarked together with Miri Shoenfeld from Israel on a joint exploration of the legacy of the Holocaust using psychodrama to work through the intergenerational trauma of victims, perpetrators and bystanders. Out of this work she developed a workshop about The Drama of the Victim, the Perpetrator, the Bystander and the Rescuer which she presented at several conferences in the 1990s. 

From 1995 to 2014 she joined Summit Psychological Services using psychodrama and expressive therapies in individual therapy. For the last 30 years Ingrid has found her spiritual home in the PATHWORK, a psycho-spiritual transformation program where she has trained spiritual counselors in California, Michigan, Vermont and New York using psychodrama and expressive therapies.

Ingrid lives with her husband Mel in an old farmhouse near Woodstock, NY.



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