Why Webinars?IAGP has taken its innovative educational programmes to many parts of the world - most recently in Georgia. We are now pleased to use the power of the Internet to extend our reach further, bringing IAGP’s educational opportunities to anyone with an internet connection, anywhere in the world. In June, we held our first special webinar weekend focusing on psychodrama and group-analysis with Marcia Almeida Batista and Earl Hopper. We recently offered a webinar on working with children and families in therapeutic groups presented by Paula Peron and Alessandra Barbieri. You will be hearing more about the follow-up to these webinars soon.In the meantime, please join us on Friday, 13th December at 11. a.m. Sao Paulo time, 3 p.m. Zurich time, when Mariangela Wechsler will lead a webinar on the topic of Rising tides of Challenge and Hope in Family Therapy - Psychodrama and Systemic View.Stay tuned for more webinars in the coming months! NB: Future webinars will take place at different times and in different languages, to accommodate our members in different countries and time zones. Below you can find some basic information about our webinars:1. Who can take attend a webinar?Our webinars are open to anyone with a professional interest in groups. However, However, to get the most out of our webinars and to benefit from IAGP’s other exciting networking opportunties, we strongly recommend that attendees join IAGP at http://www.iagp.com/membership
2. Who can present a webinar?
Applications to present a webinar are accepted only from IAGP members. Again
This work is about psychotherapeutic process of a child and his family and it will be a clinical case. The Author will present her work to start a discussion reflecting on psychotherapy, research and therapeutic processes. The child is six years old and still poo in his diapers. He was the first child and his mother had a serious baby blues (postpartum depression). When the second child (another boy who is 2 years old) was born, the baby blues was expected and well treated. However, the first child went to sleep in a parents' room and the childs' room was occupied by the second baby because he needed to sleep well. The contribution of this talk is about psychodrama's methodology: the family group and psychotherapist created many songs at the supply reality, when they played together a set of rules, card game, called “can –can”. Sometimes it happened among mother, child and psychotherapist, sometimes, with father, child and psychotherapist and other time among everyone. We could observe the meaning of the symptom, intrapsychic and interpsychic,: the child needs everything under control: what is need to be controlled? On the intrapsychic point of view, the abandonment ; on the interpsychic point of view, the parents ́ authority. We think the creativity of therapist is very important of the psychotherapeutic process and never the less the knowledge of development of a child and theory and methodology of Psychodrama, on the systemic vision. (Part of this work was presented on Symposium of Family Therapy IAGP Section with Maite Pi in 20th IAGP Congress, Malmo 2018). References: Moreno (1946) - Identity's matriz where the child development will take place; Moreno (1959) - Symbolic Psychodrama Method; According Zerka Moreno et all (2001) – Surplus Reality and the art of healing The principle of equilibration regulates the potential isomorphism between mind and body as its development in a general spiral of knowledge (Piaget) Wechsler, Mariângela P. da F.: Relations between Moreno and Piaget. São Paulo, Annabume/Fapesp, 1998M. Selvini Palazzoli; S. Cirillo; M. Selvini; A.M.Sorrentino- Psychotic games in the family
MARIANGELA PINTO DA FONSECA WECHSLERPHD in Psychology; Psychodramatist, Supervisor and Specialist in Family Therapy.