Thursday 22nd January 7.30 – 9.30pm

Facilitated by Sara Crane and Paul Baakman – First steps to meeting

Friday 23rd January 9am – 10am

José Fonseca – Inclusion-exclusion in the life and work of J.L. Moreno

Friday 23rd January 11am – 12.30pm

Kate Cooke – Empathic attunement and play: social atom repair with people who have a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder
Jacqui Gough – Childhood creativity and social atom repair: recognising ourselves from early experiences of visual and auditory media and how these manifest in the world today
Claire Guy – Writing on the wall: Creative writing as a vehicle for personal and family social atom repair
Charmaine McVea – Protagonists’ experiences of healing from emotionally painful experiences
Vivienne Thomson – Intersections of inspiration
Philippa van Kuilenburg – The more we are different the more we are the same

Friday 23rd January 2.30pm – 5.30pm

Phillip Corbett – Improvisational drama exercises to develop authenticity in auxiliary work
Haydn Gibson – “My karma ran over your dogma.” Using dreams for social atom repair
Neil Hucker – Through the mind’s eye. Directing imaginary psychodrama
Diana Jones – The sociometrist’s view of the social and cultural atom at work
Jane Maher – Taking time to explore the role-er coaster of parenting adolescents
Don Reekie – Social atom at its source: the place where spontaneity meets role

Friday 23rd January 7.30pm – 9.30pm

Paul Baakman – Turning the tide
Jo-Anne Colwell – Babushka dolls and an exploration of internal roles
Joan Daniels Counselling and supervision using role theory when there are no auxiliaries
John Faisandier – Social repair at work: the TUF: Thriving Under Fire programme for workplace training
András Zánkay – Creative relationship: the creation of a relationship

Saturday 24th January 9am – 10am

Facilitated by Tania Oolders – Community-building – stories across different cultures

Saturday 24th January 10.30am – 12.30pm

Annette Fisher – The use of the double for social atom repair
Bev Hosking – A book group
Neil Hucker – The magic shop
Charmaine McVea – Harnessing the social investigator to produce thought-provoking research
Jean Mehrtens and Jo-Anne Colwell – Psychodrama and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Saturday 24th January 2.30pm – 5.30pm

Margie Abbott – ‘Let the bellbird sing.’ Relishing the richness of ritual within psychodrama
John Barton – Social atom repair in the one-to-one session; a walk down memory lane with the little people
Max Clayton – Remaining centred and still as a working psychodramatist
Katerina Seligman with cultural support from several Māori members of Ohomairaki – Tikanga e rua
Elizabeth Synnot – Being vital in old and familiar contexts
Sandra Turner & Faye Gorman – From where will the bellbird sing? Social repair in a community devastated by multiple teenage suicides.

Saturday 24th January 7.30pm

José Fonseca – The life and times of Brazilian psychodrama – stories both personal and political

Sunday 25th January 9.00am – 4.30pm

ANZPA AGM and Life of the Association

Sunday 25th January evening

Dinner dance

Monday 26th January 9.30am – 12.30pm

Annie Currie – Claiming your turangawaewae
Tony Densley – Thriving and surviving in post-modern organizations when the bastards really are out to get you
Brigid Hirschfeld – A song, a book and a poem: working with social atom repair in individual therapy
Jenny Hutt – Asking a fish to describe water
Tim Mapel – Bringing greater awareness to our work
Cher Williscroft – Repairing communication breakdowns

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