you are warmly invited to a unique sampler workshop hosted by Tapestry Playback Theatre. In this sampler, you will experience an intriguing form of drama and movement therapy known as the Sesame Approach. The sampler will be conducted by Eddie Yu from Hong Kong.
Date: 6th January 2010
Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30PM
Venue: Re:Space @ Re:Enact
Level 3 Studio, 114B, Neil Road. S088852
Limited to 14 participants only!
For more information, see www.sesame-institute.org.
To apply or enquire, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sesame Approach
The Sesame Approach is founded by the UK Drama and Movement Therapy Pioneer, Marian R. Lindkvist in 1964. This therapy approach is based upon Jungian Analytical Psychology, with the integration of myth and story, drama,Laban dance and movement, physical touch and use of voice.
This is an oblique approach using symbols and metaphor to achieve expression and internal dialogue with the unconscious, so to accomplish psychological growth and therapy.
The 3-hr sampler workshop is not a full course, but it will give you the opportunity to experience and explore the Sesame Approach. You will be participating in drama and movement activities like improvisation, dance and role play that allow participants to self-explore and experience this approach in a safe, relaxing and natural environment.
余漢傑 Eddie Yu. MA DMT, RA(D)T, UK; RSW, BSW, HK; PTG, USA
Eddie is a UK-registered Drama Therapist and a Hong Kong-registered Social Worker. He is currently working as a Drama Psychotherapist of Boys' & Girls' Clubs Association of hong Kong.
He is also an Honorary Lecturer and Fieldwork Supervisor of Department of Social Work & Social Administration at the University of Hong Kong. He also serves as the President of Hong Kong Association of Drama Therapists.
Eddie enjoys interacting with people through the creative arts medium with drama, movement, story, improvisation, play, and visual art. He strongly believes in the creative arts and its power to heal.
Having worked with schools, voluntary organizations and business sectors, Eddie continues to provide creative arts therapy and drama on individual, group and family basis to families, children, young people and adults in the area of mental health, learning disabilities, and interpersonal relationships.
Eddie also offers consultations and training to help professions like teaching, social work and counseling.