Ron Collier, LCSW, TEP & Scottie Urmey, LCSW, TEP Proud recipients of the 2016 ASGPP Collaborator's Award
Professionals trained in the therapeutic modality of psychodrama help individuals and groups explore their challenges in creative ways intended to initiate meaningful action in the lives of their clients. Psychodrama theory is easily and frequently applied to work with groups, families, couples, and individuals in clinical, educational, or organizational settings. Those trained in this method have effective tools and knowledge to help others access their best potential, express feelings, gain insight, and explore healthy behaviors.
Psychodrama training welcomes students and professionals with education and expertise from various fields including social work, psychology, drama, education, counseling, human services, creative arts, addictions, nursing, law, and psychiatry. Some participants may be seeking certification while others seek professional development, advanced skills, or become involved simply for the love of learning.
Psychodrama training and workshops are offered throughout the year. We are happy to customize specific trainings for groups of 6 or more, at our location or yours. Please take a look at our upcoming workshops.
General Continuing Education and Training Information:
The American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy approve all hours toward board certification.
Social Work Continuing Education is frequently approved by the New Jersey Social Work Continuing Education Approval Collaborative, which is administered by NASW-NJ. Please look at each offering for detailed information.
Social Work Continuing Education is sometimes provided through a partnership with Monmouth University School of Social Work Professional Education Program (PEP), recognized by the New Jersey State Board of Social Work Examiners.
For specific information about continuing education for social workers or other disciplines please contact, Scottie Urmey at Scottie@PsychodramaNJ.com or contact your licensing board directly.