Traces of the Holocaust- Workshop July 5-11, 2021 in Krakow + Oswiecim
In our 1-week-workshops in Krakow + Oswiecim we use professional Psychodrama but also various other methods (e.g. Expressive Arts Therapy).
They are open for everybody who wants to deal with this topic in his / her own life or family.
No prior experience in psychodrama is needed.
See detailed informations about the project „Traces of the Holocaust“ on this website.
The fee includes:
- Accomodation and food
- 50 lessons of psychodrama Training
- Guided walk in Kasimierz
- Visit of the camps Oswiecim 1 and Birkenau
- Train Krakau – Oswiecim – Krakow
- Integration + Closing in Krakow
Monday, July 5th, 2021: Arrival in the Hotel in Krakow. Please book the journey privately. After registration, we will send you information about the hotel where we stay together.
Tuesday, July 6th, 2021: 19:00-22:00 Introductory Meeting, Krakow
Wednesday, July 7rd, 2021: 9:00-12:00 Tour of Kazimirz, 14:00-19:00 Psychodrama Session, 19.00 Free evening in Krakow
Thursday, July 8th, 2021: 9:00 Train to Oswiecim, 12:00-17:00 Visit in Camp Oswiecim 1, 19:00-22:00 Psychodrama Session, accomodation near to Oswiecim
Friday, July 9th, 2021: 9:00-17:00 Visit in Camp Birkenau, 19:00- 22:00 Psychodrama Session, accomodation near to Oswiecim
Staurday, July 10th, 2021: 9:00-17:00 Ritual Performances in Camp Birkenau, 19:00-22:00 Psychodrama Session, accomodation near to Oswiecim
Sunday, July 11th, 2021: 9:00 Train back to Krakow, 15:00- 21:00 Closing Psychodrama Session, last evening in Krakow
Monday, July 12th, 2021: Trip back home, please book the journey privately (do not leave on sunday please)
Paid before April 30th, 2021: 1100,- €
After May 1st, 2021 1250,– €
Participants from countries with a GNI p.c. under the European upper middle income in 2019 can grant an additional relief of 10%. Please see:
Our journeys take place every two years immediately after the Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow, a very lively and rich event which may be worth to come one or two days earlier. If you registered with our workshop, we can try to arrange the according further nights for you. For further information about the festival please see: https://www.jewishfestival.pl/en/
Cordial Invitation !
Dear members, colleagues and friends of Psychodrama,
although we realize that the current situation, due to COVID-19, has changed our life and will continue to do so, we are confidently preparing our next international psychodrama conference from 24th to 26th September 2021 in Berlin. For over 30 years, this conference has been taking place every two years as a cooperation between the Psychodrama Association for Europe e.V. (formerly Psychodrama Institute for Europe e.V.) in cooperation with a national institute. This time, we are collaborating with PIfE Germany e.V. and look forward to seeing our work materialize.
Our conference title “Riding the Waves in stormy Times” could not have been more appropriate. Right now we are in stormy times and current surfing can be both exciting and challenging, especially when the uncertainties and losses in life increase and waves become overwhelming. Right then, being able to connect to an inner, stable part of yourself as well as being related to other people is of paramount importance.
Psychodrama supports us in mastering the challenge of surviving stormy weather, because it helps us to connect as we recognize and learn from each other’s stories and scenes. Together we will use diverse psychodramatic methods to help overcome the challenges of these stormy times.
We therefore cordially invite you to participate in the “Call for Workshops” following this link and look forward to receiving your workshop ideas!
Registration for the conference is also now possible. Click here to register. For more information, please take a look around on our conference homepage. It will be completed with the workshop topics and the leaders occasionally.
This international conference will be preceded by the general assembly of our Association and the committee meetings. Non-members are invited as guests to our open parts of the general assembly.
Many of our colleagues have been continuing their psychodramatic work in teledrama, telephony and online meetings. However, we are longing for the moment to meet our fellow human beings personally and be close again. Both privately and professionally.
Warm greetings and looking forward to seeing you in Berlin!
Your conference organization team