DR. NATALIE L.WINTERS
LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST




PSYCHODRAMA, 
SOCIOMETRY AND GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY
since 1920
AN EXCITING WAY TO LEARN A POWERFUL METHOD OF THERAPY AND TEACHING
for Personal and Professional growth


 
REGISTER FOR PSCHODRAMA TRAINING 
Call Dr. Natalie Winters today:
 919-677-8767 or 813-760-1234


On going training bi-monthly training group
September through June
Tuesdays: 6:45-9:45
group members accepted up to January
North Harrison St., Cary, NC







Special Event: 
Tampa, Fl. Psychodrama Retreat/Reunion
An Invitation

You are invited to a psychodrama retreat/reunion

to help you discover

Energy Drainers and Energy Givers

 

With Dr. Natalie Winters*

 

Using psychodrama, we will address self-imposed energy drains, such as being hard on your self, playing the peacemaker, staying in draining relationships, and saying yes instead of no. Energy drains get in the way of living fully. Learn specific psychodrama techniques to help your regain abundant amounts of energy and being more available to your self and others.

Psychodrama is an action-oriented method of psychotherapy that helps individuals match their inner and outer worlds. The goal of psychodramatic treatment is to access, concretize and experience a spontaneous state of learning and creativity as a healing antidote to past harmful experiences. Psychodrama also provides role training for future experiences. J.L. Moreno, psychiatrist and founder of psychodrama, sociometry and group psychotherapy, valued individual choice and co-creation. Moreno’s philosophy, theory and action methods of psychodrama serve as an alternative to passive psychotherapy. It is most often used as a group process, but also is effective in individual and family therapy and is a wonderful approach to help avoid burn-out.

Please join us:

When – Friday, Nov 1 through Sun. Nov 3

Time – 5:00 pm Fri through1:30 pm Sun.

Where – Tampa, Fl, 

Fee-$350

Please call for reservations and further information
813-760-1234

 Using psychodrama, we will address self-imposed energy drains, such as being hard on your self, playing the peacemaker, staying in draining relationships, and saying yes instead of no. Energy drains get in the way of living fully. Learn specific psychodrama techniques to help your regain abundant amounts of energy and being more available to your self and others

*Dr. Winters is an award-winning nationally certified psychodramatist. (TEP). She received her doctorate in psychology from Rutgers and has been in private practice since 1983. Dr. Winters has also been a lecturer, college professor, director of a psychological TV show as well as devoting the past 25 years to teaching psychodrama and presenting workshops nationally and internationally.


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