Upcoming Special Topic Weekend (February 19, 20, 21):
Directing Skills: Developmental Repair and Memory Reconsolidation.
Join Cathy and the team for a deep-dive into the theoretical underpinnings of psychodrama viewed through the lenses of: The Modified Hollander Curve; attachment/developmental theory; traumatology, and the emerging science of memory reconsolidation.
Learning modalities include: didactic presentations; action learning experiences; viewing all or portions of videotaped psychodrama sessions with processing according to the theories presented, as well as vignettes or a full psychodrama. Although the workshop includes significant experiential work, this is not primarily a personal growth workshop, but rather an opportunity for serious students and practitioners to take a close look at how and why psychodrama is such an effective modality that can promote deep healing and growth. This important knowledge helps us choose interventions carefully and wisely.
Meet the Team:
Carley and Cintra are both licensed LGPCs in Maryland, are LPTI-certified Trained Auxiliary Egos, and are Assistant Directors-in-Training.
Carley has special experience working with individuals in treatment for substance use disorders. She earned her Master’s degree in Counseling from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. In addition to her continuing psychodrama training with LPTI, Carley is also preparing to study Somatic Experiencing. She is an avid yoga practitioner and a fan of gardening and spending time with her husband, Andrew, and their four-legged companions, Penny and Simba.
Cintra has been studying psychodrama with LPTI for nearly 10 years. While in psychodrama training, she completed her Master’s degree in counseling at Loyola University. In addition to her experience in psychodrama, Cintra has been a member of a long-standing Playback Theater Troupe, River Crossing Playback Theatre. She and her spouse, Ursula, live with their two dogs, Brindle and Bruno in NE Baltimore.