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Masterclass Series:(1) Creating an Atmosphere of Possibility

When:

Sat Oct 31 2015, 10:00am–4:00pm

Where: Winslow Clinic, #09-21 Novena Medical Centre, 10 Sinaran Dr, Novena, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Listed by: office

The masterclass series is SDEA’s platform to advocate regular professional development among drama educators, drama trainers and theatre practitioners through flexible and skills-focused 5-hour workshops.

In coming across disruptive students in the classroom, the temptation is often to label them as difficult, oppositional or naughty and uncooperative. Psychodrama can offer a fresh way of viewing these challenging moments. In this masterclass with experiential therapist Sharmini Winslow, you will have the opportunity to explore and experience the world from many perspectives and generate ideas that will create an ‘Atmosphere of Possibility’. The workshop is recommended for educators, trainers and people who work with at-risk youths.

About Sharmini Winslow

Sharmini has been a ‘performer’ for most of her life, becoming involved in stage productions as early as 8 years of age. With a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance, Sharmini also pursued Drama training in University. After graduating with a Masters in Counselling, she integrated her creative tendencies into her therapy sessions, preferring experiential models to more conventional counselling methods. She is currently a Director of Promises Pte. Ltd., and Experiential Therapist at Winslow clinic. She runs PsychodramaTherapy sessions for groups in her clinic as well as in the community. Her eclectic style of counselling and therapy in her Personal Growth Groups and Addiction Groups includes elements of Psychodrama, role play and the creative arts.

Her past works involved:

Changi Women’s Prison
Raffles Counselling Centre
The We Care Centre
Singapore General Hospital
KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital
Rainbow Centre
Family Business Network
Breast Cancer Foundation
Dayspring Girls’ Home
Singapore Association of Mental Health
LaSALLE College of the Arts