How Psychodrama Can Help You Live a Juicy Life

Living Juicy is:  Jumping for joy on the inside.

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To live a juicy life is to live in the aliveness — your own aliveness — of the present moment, aware of the miracles and wonders that are all around you.  To live juicy is to freely express your creativity and focus on those beautiful moments that uplift and inspire your spirit.  To live juicy is to take time to savor the beauty of the setting sun and the wonder of a flower pushing up through the sidewalk.  Living juicy is doing what makes your heart sing.  To live a juicy life, you must find or create opportunities to feed your creative soul.  

Psychodrama can help you live a juicy life by connecting you to a group so that you see that you are not alone – that other people share struggles that are in some form or another similar to yours.  It provides you with tools to take back the power you have given to your inner critic and exercises to help  you become more spontaneous.  And it provides a space to heal the old wounds that get in the way of living joyfully.   

You can explore how psychodrama can help you live a juicy life this Friday, May 17, 2013 with Jenny Salimbene at the Hudson Valley Chapter of the American Society for Group Psychotherapy’s  May open session.   Jenny Salimbene will facilitate Living Juicy:  An Evening of Psychodrama.  The event begins at 7:30 at Boughton Place —  150 Kisor Road, Highland, NY 12528.   Contribution: $8 / $5 for those on limited income. No reservation needed!

 

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About reginasewell

I am a counselor, psychodramatist, writer, healing practitioner and college professor. I have a monthly column, "InsightOut" in Outlook (www.outlookcolumbus.com), an essay, "Sliding Away" in "Knowing Pains" and a book out "We're Here! We're Here! We're Queer! Get Used to Us!" My goal, through my writing, counseling and teaching is to help people heal from the emotional wounds and limiting beliefs that keep them from living engaging and meaningful lives.
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