Permission to be – MY EXPERIENCE FROM THE Intermediate PSYCHODRAMATIC BODYWORK® WORKSHOP

Permission to be – MY EXPERIENCE FROM THE Intermediate PSYCHODRAMATIC BODYWORK® WORKSHOP

The last weekend in September was extreme for me as I went through another, this time intermediate stage of Psychodramatic Bodywork® workshop created by Susan Aaron, an Ontario Registered Psychotherapist, and a Canadian certified director of Psychodrama. The workshop was delivered by the Bodywork team in 

Gratitude and pride – my experience from the Psychodramatic Bodywork® workshop

Gratitude and pride – my experience from the Psychodramatic Bodywork® workshop

Last month I went to a Psychodramatic Bodywork® workshop created by Susan Aaron, an Ontario Registered Psychotherapist, and a Canadian certified director of Psychodrama. The workshop was delivered by the Bodywork team in Belgrade, Serbia. I knew it was going to be overwhelming, and I 

I was not stressed. I was anxious.

I was not stressed. I was anxious.

I used to feel anxious before any important or unimportant happening in my life – exams, talking in public, work tasks, talking to strangers. I used to get stomach cramps, sometimes I would block completely, and I would always feel discomfort around my chests. Back 

Conscious parenting vs. traditional parenting

Conscious parenting vs. traditional parenting

Conscious parenting is an approach that emphasizes being aware and intentional in raising children. It involves developing a deep understanding of emotions, beliefs, and values and how they may affect children. It encourages parents to validate emotions and to foster an environment of empathy, respect, 

Emotional survival as a child

Emotional survival as a child

There s been a lot of talking about emotional survival as a child. Emotional survival means various coping mechanisms that a child develops to deal with difficult or traumatic situations in their environment. Experiences can include various forms of abuse, neglect, trauma, loss, and instability 

Why it’s dangerous to outsource our success?

Why it’s dangerous to outsource our success?

We do tend to outsource the blame towards others, especially God but we do it the other way around too. Don’t we outsource the gratitude and our own responsibility towards God as well? Why is involving God or a saint risky for the ownership of