Gender, Diversity and Sexuality – Questions of Love?
A PIfE Germany Psychodrama Workshop with Leandra Perotta
Yes: Love is the greatest force of all, so they say. It drives us, keeps us alive, lets us overcome the most difficult obstacles and makes us happy when it succeeds. Again and again, the question arises as to how we want to give and experience love, intimacy and passion. A question that is first posed to the self. How do we invite Amor and Eros? Do we love ourselves, our own bodies? In times of unimagined diversity of identities and atributions, the possibilities are as manifold as the possible vulnerabilities. Consent is as important as communication is difficult. Come in and explore!
Leandra Perrotta, Psy.D, is an Italo-Australian clinical psychologist and specialist in psychotherapy, living in Norway. She is a trainer and supervisor in Psychodrama, Transgenerational Therapy, and Dance Movement Therapy. She is co-founder of the Anne Ancelin Schützenberger International School of Transgenerational Therapy, and teaches at IPAP – Post Graduate Institute of Analytical Psychology and Jungian Psychotherapy. She is former President of FEPTO – Federation of European Psychodrama Training Organizations, and a member of the FEPTO Task Force for Peace Building and Conflict Transformation. She has a fondness for literature and also has a Master’s degree in English and French Literature. Leandra has held lectures, workshops and trainings on sexuality, trauma, psychogenealogy and dreams in over 40 different countries world-wide. She authored and co-authored 23 international articles and book chapters.
At PIfE Germany we are happy that Leandra accepted our invitation!
We can offer max. 40 places in this 3-days-workshop in Berlin, Jun 14th-16th 2024.
Fri 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. – Sat 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. – Sun 9 a.m. – 15 p.m.
No previous Psychodrama experience needed.
Price: including alc-free drinks, vegan lunch, coffee/tea : 330 €, 270 € reduced (on request, with proof).
Accommodation and transport on own responsibility.
Venue: Campus Albert Schweitzer, Am Eichgarten 14, 12167 Berlin S Bahn or Subway Steglitz + Bus M82 or 186