Dr Tian Dayton: Everybody has a story, and everybody needs a stage.
Dr Tian Dayton will be giving her first ever UK presentation at iCAAD London, May 6th-8th 2019:
Relationship Trauma Repair (RTR) : An Experiential Model for Treating Childhood Trauma and PTSD
This important presentation is suitable from professionals and non-professionals alike, everybody welcome.Early booking recommended as space is limited.
Dr Tian Dayton is one of the early pioneers of Psychodrama and widely acknowledged as a leading global expert in the practice, theory, and neuroscience of Psychodrama. Tian is the President of the New York Psychodrama Association, a senior fellow at The Meadows Behavioural Healthcare, a fellow of the American Society of Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy ASGPP, winner of their scholar’s award, President’s Award and Gratitude Award, former editor in chief of the Journal of Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy and professional standards committee. She is also the winner of The Mona Mansell Award and The Ackermann Black Awaard.
Dr. Dayton has been a guest expert on NBC, CNN, MSNBC, Montel, Rikki Lake, John Walsh, Geraldo. Tian blogs for Thrive Global and The Huffington Post,the author of fifteen books including Neuropsychodrama, The ACoA Trauma Syndrome, Emotional Sobriety,Trauma and Addiction, Forgiving and Moving On and The Living Stage.
She has developed an approach for incorporating experiential work into treatment programs and group work, Relationship Trauma Repair RTR.
This unique conversation explores Tian's thoughts and feelings about psychodrama - nature and importance of Psychodrama through anecdotes, case studies and some personal story telling. This is a beautiful conversation between two professionals on a clinical and very human level.
Hosted by Christophe Sauerwein, Psychotherapist and Academic Director, iCAAD (International Conferences on Addiction and Associated Disorders.)
The Process 1 minute film trailer
"The Process” the award winning documentary directed by Academy Award nominee Richard Greenberg, which follows Dr Tian Dayton conducting a psychodrama session, a rare glimpse into the earlier days of Psychodrama as a therapeutic model. Recovered from the archives, this astonishing film is a powerful exploration of psychodrama in action.