A 3-day workshop focusing on relationships, vulnerability, and psychodrama
Join Tele'Drama & Psychodrama trainers Daniela Simmons (United States) and Bojana Glusac (Serbia), along with many members of the Tele'Drama community, for an in-person 3-day training session in Belgrade, the vibrant capital of Serbia.
This is a unique opportunity to meet those you've connected with in the virtual space, now face-to-face!
This immersive training will explore the intricacies of relationships and vulnerability through the lens of psychodrama. Dive deep into the exploration of relationships — those from the past, existing in the present, or anticipated for the future. This includes interactions with others and our personal reflections, tender expressions, and connections.
Beyond the learning experience, the training offers unforgettable social experiences — an opportunity to forge friendships and celebrate togetherness. Don't miss this chance to expand your understanding and connect with the Tele'Drama community on a whole new level!
“Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it. Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy—the experiences that make us the most vulnerable. Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.”
― Brene Brown
This workshop is an immersive learning experience that explores the complex dynamics of human connections, the transformative potential of vulnerability, and the strategic application of psychodrama techniques. Participants will actively engage in exploratory exercises to deepen their comprehension of relational dynamics, navigate the nuances of vulnerability, and master the art of psychodrama. The participants will co-create an environment of confidentiality, safety, trust and respect, for deep and powerful explorations.
The international composition of the group will bring the richness of diverse cultures and experiences.
Vacation / Travel Destinations:
Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, is well-positioned in the Balkans, allowing easy access to several large cities in the region. Here are some major cities that are relatively close to Belgrade:
1. Budapest, Hungary: About 380 kilometers north of Belgrade, this city is known for its historic architecture, the Danube River, and vibrant cultural scene.
2. Sofia, Bulgaria: Approximately 380 kilometers southeast of Belgrade, Sofia offers a rich history that spans several millennia, from Roman ruins to modern-day cultural landmarks.
3. Zagreb, Croatia: Located about 390 kilometers west of Belgrade, Zagreb is Croatia's capital and is known for its medieval Gornji Grad district and numerous museums.
4. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina: Roughly 300 kilometers west of Belgrade, Sarajevo is famous for its cultural and religious diversity, historical significance, and natural beauty surrounding the city.
5. Timișoara, Romania: Situated about 160 kilometers northeast of Belgrade, Timișoara is known for its Secessionist architecture and vibrant cultural life.
6. Thessaloniki, Greece: As Greece's second-largest city, located about 700 kilometers southeast of Belgrade, Thessaloniki is a significant cultural and commercial hub. It is known for its lively festivals, social events, and vibrant nightlife. The city also boasts rich history, with many Byzantine monuments and a beautiful waterfront.
7. Athens, Greece: Although further away, approximately 1,000 kilometers southeast of Belgrade, Athens is a major tourist destination, famous for its archaeological ruins and monuments such as the Acropolis, the Parthenon, and the Ancient Agora. Athens is the historical capital of Europe, with a long history, dating from the first settlement in the Neolithic age.
Each of these cities offers unique experiences, from historical exploration to enjoying vibrant modern cultures, making them excellent destinations for travelers in the region.