An Evening with Brigitte Baron-Preter on the topic of Scenodrama

    Thursday 27th October 2016, 7:30 - 9:30 pm
    Institute of Group Analysis, 1 Daleham Gardens, London NW3 5BY

     

    Brigitte Baron-Preter will introduce the delegates to Scenodrama, a model using group analytic principles in therapeutic play with children. This new approach has been particularly efficient for treating children with psychological troubles and attachment issues.

    The evening is for anyone interested in group therapies with children and families.

     

    What is Scenodrama?

    Scenodrama is a group-analytic setting based on play, for psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive rehabilitation and the expressive pedagogy. It is designed for children aged 4 - 10 who are suffering from cognitive, learning and language disorders and / or emotional attachments or post-traumatic troubles.

    During the play the children are organised around a small round table with a bowl of water in the middle and individual spaces. The setting intends to reinforce a secure containment through and within the group. Its setting favours metaphorization thanks to its containing effect and creative use of specific objects given to each child to stage and enact their personal stories. Consequently, it stimulates the process of symbolization, language, communication and socialization.

     

    PROGRAMME

    7.00 pm         Registration and refreshments

    7.15 pm         Informal introduction to Scenodrama

    7.45 pm         Group discussion on the approach and its applications.

    9.15 pm         End

     

    Brigitte Baron-Preter, is a clinical psychologist, group and family analyst and psycodramatist located in Rennes, France. In the 1990s, she pioneered the Scenodrama model – with inspiration from Anthony’s (1957) “technique of little table” and Von Staabs’s (1938) Scenotest – and has since gained recognition from the French school of group psychoanalysis.

     

    Ticket prices

    IGA Members/Students £5
    Public £8

     

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