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Combating Emotional Fatigue During COVID-19
May 15 @ 6:30 pm - June 5 @ 8:00 pmS$200
This emotional support group features 4 online sessions of our psychodrama-based group. Experience fun and spontaenity from home and discover growth amidst these uncertain times.
Share common issues with people from all walks of life. This group is open to all who need that emotional boost and support when facing new challenges in this season. Whether you are in the profession of caring for others or otherwise, come join us in this safe space for some well-deserved self-care.
– 15 May 2020
– 22 May 2020
–29 May 2020
– 5 June 2020
*subject to change
Standard: $200 for 4 sessions (limited to 8 slots only)
For more details or information, please email Michelle at email@example.com.
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Sharmini Winslow is the Director of Psychodrama Singapore under the auspices of Promises Healthcare.
Her passion for a creative movement and people led her to pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance in University of California, and Masters in Counselling in Monash University. She is also an expert Pilates trainer with 20 years of experience under her belt. Currently, Sharmini is a Psychodramatist with over 900 hours of Psychodrama training with the Hudson Valley Psychodrama Institute and AANZPA (Aoteora Australian and New Zealand Psychodrama Association).
Her experience in the fields of the Performing Arts and Counselling aided her in developing a dynamic and innovative form of Experiential Therapy. Her work experience includes running therapy workshops and trainings for:
• Changi Women’s Prison
• Raffles Counselling Centre,
• The We Care Centre,
• Singapore General Hospital,
• KK Hospital,
• The Rainbow Centre,
• Executives in Corporations and Banks
• Breast Cancer Foundation
• Dayspring Girls’ Home
• Jamiyah Childrens’ Home
• Singapore Girl’s Home
• The Ministry of Education
• LaSalle College of the Arts.
Sharmini’s work includes stress management, altering perspectives, grief work and catharsis of emotions. Her work with clients who have mood disorders incorporates developing self-awareness and motivation for self efficacy and self healing. She facilitates 12-Step recovery and Motivational Interviewing in her work with addicts. Her work with Relationship Trauma Repair has helped facilitate healing for many of her clients using a multi-sensory approach.
Her workshop “Life is a Dance When You Do the Steps” was included at an International conference in Scotland. Sharmini’s eclectic style of counselling and therapy in her Personal Growth Groups and Addiction Groups includes elements of Psychodrama, Sociodrama, Role Training, play and the creative arts. Other workshops she facilitates are “Spirituality and the Steps”, “The Sobriety Shop” and “All in the Family”.