Local Experiential Trainings and Presentations
Karen Carnabucci (wearing black scarf, front row), with participants from group training.
The Lancaster School of Psychodrama and Experiential Psychotherapies, directed by Karen Carnabucci, LCSW, TEP, has begun its first full year of studies, training and supervision. A four-part training on Trauma-Informed Care with Experiential Psychotherapies, as well as half-day and full-day classes are scheduled throughout the year, along with a monthly supervision group of mental health and addictions professionals who wish to gain in-depth training relating to their day-to-day therapeutic and educational work.
The school focuses on the teaching and practical application of the action methods of psychodrama, sociometry, sociodrama, group psychotherapy and Family and Systemic Constellations. Classes have a strong experiential basis, providing the opportunity to embody the teachings from the inside out, and attendees have the option to volunteer for personal work.
“We learn from each other, and everyone has a valuable perspective to contribute,” Carnabucci says that teaching within a group format is exceptionally valuable.
Early Bird discounts and continuing education credits are available. To view the class schedule and register, visit RealTrueKaren.com. For more information, call 717-466-0788.