Summer is almost here and with it, many of us feel a longing to travel, a desire to get away, or an ache for distant places. We long to escape the frenetic energy or wearing monotony of ever day life and want time to experience something different — to discover new places, revisit favorite destinations, have a rollicking adventure or simply “be.”
Where does your heart long to go? What’s getting in the way? Come explore these themes in action with Jen Salimbene at Boughton Place on Friday, May 18, 2012 at 7:30 P.M.
Wanderlust is part of the “An Evening of Psychodrama” series hosted by the Hudson Valley Chapter of the American Society for Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama.
Open sessions are a great way to experience psychodrama without having to join a group. They are 2 – 2 1/2 hour psychodrama sessions facilitated by board certified psychodramatists and offered to the general public. Attendees can participate at whatever level they are comfortable with. This month’s open session will be directed by Jenny Salimbene, LCSW-R, CASAC, CDAC, CP, a certified psychodramatist and graduate of the School of Playback Theatre. She makes her living as the Director the Lexington Center for Recovery’s Dutchess County Clinics and dreams of traveling to Italy. After the session is over, attendees are invited to stay to chat. Juice and cookies will be provided.
These open sessions take place at Boughton Place – 150 Kisor Road ,Highland, NY 12528. The chapter asks for an $8 donation ($5 for those on limited income) and no reservations are needed. If you’d like more information about the open sessions or about psychodrama, you can contact me or you can call the Hudson Valley Psychodrama Institute (845) 255-7502 or e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org.