List Digest, Vol 153, Issue 10

Adam Blatner adam at blatner.com
Wed Mar 27 20:37:46 PDT 2019


on another note, let's celebrate this potential to circle the globe
instantly, almost; to pulse out good wishes. Yes, I know about spam, the
electronic version of viruses. But I see the cosmos like the bell of a
horn, expanding in every direction. We are privileged to live at a point of
acceleration. Wowee! and also Whoosh!
   Sort of a prayer.... Adam appreciating you all

On Wed, Mar 27, 2019 at 7:20 PM Buds <bud.weiss at gmail.com> wrote:

> Thanks Phil. I needed that. This is so much what we can be about. Aroha
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> On Mar 27, 2019, at 6:41 PM, Philip Carter <phil.carter at aut.ac.nz> wrote:
>
> If you’re interested I can offer a very short description of the
> sociodrama from my perspective, experience.
>
> The first poignant moment for me was an 11 year old boy who on the day had
> been a leader in a youth movement for more attention to ecology and the
> environment. His event lost media attention. In interviewing him, we found
> out he was fascinated with guns. In that moment, I felt there was no hope.
> We had many groups on the stage already: the gunman, white supremists, two
> Maori groups opposing each other, a person calling for universal love,
> people in the mosque, outraged citizens, the gun club owner, the man in the
> wheelchair whose wife the gunman had shot and he was forgiving and calling
> him his brother, his 15 year old daughter and so on. There was turmoil,
> conflict, noise. We carried on. The boy found a woman’s body. She was the
> wife of the man in the wheelchair. He called his Dad. His Dad made an
> immediate connection, real, authentic, available. Around this time, the
> wheelchair man and daughter went and sat next to the gunman who was in
> prison. He went because only one person had come to see him and there was
> all this activity around his wife. He looked over and saw that the gunman
> was lonely. I noticed the gunman was relaxed. I asked what happened. He
> said he felt part of the human race again. There was one group member left
> who had not taken a role. She had been stuck. She was still. I said, if you
> could do something, what would it be. She said, how do I express love to
> myself. She did that. I asked her to put that invitation to the whole
> scene, the whole group. Each person did that. I felt incredibly moved. What
> was powerful, what moved things, was the direct relationship between
> ourselves to ourselves, and between people. Groups, ideologies, movements
> etc appeared impotent. I imagine that other participants in that sociodrama
> would have different moments of significance. I hope that is understandable
> and useful.
>
> As a side note, last night, in my lecture to 120 post graduate students
> teaching them research methods, many of whom are Muslim, almost all from
> overseas, India and China, SE Asia, Europe, South Africa. I offered a
> prayer and then invited my understudy, a Muslim man originally from India
> to give a prayer. Then as Maori, I welcoming him and everyone else. We did
> a hongi. It looks like nose to nose but is a connection of the forehead, 3
> rd eye to 3rd eye, noses touching, with the sharing of breath. In Maori,
> aroha means love. Aroha is aro (towards) ha (breath).
>
> This is the extraordinary experience of existence!
>
> Thank you.
>
>
>
> *From:* List <list-bounces at grouptalkweb.org> *On Behalf Of *Buds
> *Sent:* Wednesday, 27 March 2019 2:08 PM
> *To:* annehale <annehale at cox.net>
> *Cc:* list at grouptalkweb.org
> *Subject:* Re: List Digest, Vol 153, Issue 10
>
>
>
> I knew Yablonsky briefly and actually substituted my presentation for his
> on gangs with  my work with street gangs in Chicago in the area that burned
> down with Dr. Kings assassination  at the 4th International conference on
> group psychotherapy and psychodrama in vienna in the Fall of 1968 as Lew
> was unable to attend for personal reasons. While I am not aware of that
> particular article, it is difficult to imagine Yablonsky being opposed to a
> sociodrama such as the one that Phil Carter did or opposing a community
> coming together to deal with the grief of a mass shooting.
>
> Lew was very much a part of and promoter of  Synanon living in the
> community and writing the major work about it ,”Synanon, the Tunnel Back.”
>
> Having been a psychodrama consultant to Phoenix House, a synanon based
> program here in NYC in the late 60s, the synanon game was a very aggressive
> group process meant to channel members anger focussing it on breaking down
> members pretenses to get to their authentic self. It was brutal let me tell
> you and ultimately created many problems for participants in its “tough
> love” orientation.
>
> Public exposure to violence fully explored in public sociodramas in which
> the roots of the violence may be explored and reacted to as a grieving and
> healing process well directed IS a powerful antidote to splashy coverage of
> violence in all the perverse ways the media tends to do.  It is the brief
> near prurient sadomasochistic media offerings with no humanity behind them
> like video games and most violent movies that play to the worst in us.
>
> My two and a half cents. Bud
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
>
> On Mar 26, 2019, at 7:06 PM, annehale <annehale at cox.net> wrote:
>
> In the 1970s, criminologist/psychodramatist Lewis Yablonsky wrote in one
> of his textbooks about "public drama", an event where the perpetrator
> "captured" the audience through acts of violence. Yablonsky was close to
> Moreno, lived in California,  and attended ASGPP meetings. His solution to
> these spiraling of events was to withhold notoriety and refuse to report
> these events in the news.
>
>
>
> It's one way to limit escalation and competition from those who want to
> have the reputation as the "most violent offender ever".
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone
>
>
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>    1. Sociodrama in Parkland or massive empty chair to stop
>       suicides   (Buds)
>    2. Re: Sociodrama in Parkland or massive empty chair to stop
>       suicides   (thana ag)
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> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Message: 1
> Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2019 22:17:58 -0400
> From: Buds <bud.weiss at gmail.com>
> To: Rebecca Walters <hvpi at hvpi.net>
> Cc: Judith Teszary <jteszary at gmail.com>, grouptalk
> <list at grouptalkweb.org>
> Subject: Sociodrama in Parkland or massive empty chair to stop
> suicides
> Message-ID: <86C6C482-1016-4958-BAC5-0D4D16C137E9 at gmail.com>
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> Isn't there any psychodramatist who can be in contact with the community
> at Parkland to allow for a community session to address these suicides and
> use the empty chair for the community to speak as and with those who died
> in the attack and the two who killed themselves?
> Phil Carter conducted a thoroughly moving sociodrama about the 50 muslims
> massacred in New Zealand.
> This would be such a powerful healing process for that community and
> others around this country and the world.
> I cannot do it due to very personal issues here at home. Hopefully someone
> is already in process with this.
> Bud
>
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> > On Mar 21, 2019, at 1:13 PM, Rebecca Walters <hvpi at hvpi.net> wrote:
> >
> > That's exactly what I was thinking, Judith. Great opportunity
> >
> >> On Thu, Mar 21, 2019, 9:54 AM Judith Teszary <jteszary at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> >> Dear Rebecca!
> >>
> >> Such a fantastic opportunity to work with these issues, using
> sociodrama, whoever will apply.
> >>
> >> Hugs,
> >> Judith
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>> 21 mars 2019 kl. 03:05 skrev Rebecca Walters <hvpi at hvpi.net>:
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
> >>> From: NYU Drama Therapy <nyudramatherapy at gmail.com>
> >>> Date: Wed, Mar 20, 2019, 8:55 PM
> >>> Subject: [dramatherapylistserv] Seeking Trainers/Facilitators for
> Police/Community Trauma Program
> >>> To: Dramatherapylistserv <dramatherapylistserv at googlegroups.com>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Seeking Trainers/Facilitators for Police/Community Trauma Program
> >>> Piper Anderson
> >>>
> >>> Equal Justice USA (EJUSA) is a national organization working to
> transform the justice system by promoting responses to violence that break
> cycles of trauma. We work at the intersection of criminal justice, public
> health, and racial justice to elevate healing and safety over retribution,
> advance racial equity, and meet the needs of survivors. Our programs work
> to end the death penalty, limit and transform policing, expand
> community-based healing and violence prevention programs in impacted
> communities, and change the national narrative on violence and
> accountability.
> >>>
> >>> We are looking for highly skilled, healing-centered facilitators to
> lead our flagship trainings, From Trauma to Trust: Police/Community
> Collaborative Training, in various cities across the United States. Trauma
> to Trust is an innovative, 16-hour experience that brings together
> community residents (survivors, formerly incarcerated, community activists,
> etc.) and police officers to build mutual understanding of the links
> between unaddressed trauma (acute, chronic and complex) and justice system
> involvement, the impact of trauma on communities of color, and the impact
> of PTSD on officer use of force. Community members and police officers
> learn and speak openly about their own trauma, the trauma they see around
> them, and the historical link between the justice system, the history of
> policing, and racism. This dialogue allows everyone to see the impact of
> trauma on all sides, talk through persistent obstacles to trust, and
> collectively develop solutions for trauma-informed practices a
> nd policies that decrease harm and violence. Following the trainings,
> EJUSA organizers work with participants to engage in advocacy for systems
> change.
> >>>
> >>> For more information on the trainings, see this 6-minute video
> produced by The Grio.
> >>>
> >>> Position Overview
> >>>
> >>> Trauma to Trust Facilitators work in teams of two on a contract basis
> to lead our 16-hour trainings with community residents and police officers.
> Trainers use trauma-informed, restorative facilitation practices grounded
> in racial equity to lead dialogue, manage conflict and tension, build
> empathy, and increase knowledge of individual, community-level, and
> historical trauma, particularly in communities of color. The trainings are
> held over two days (8 hours per day), with a week break in between each
> session. Facilitators also provide feedback from their sessions to EJUSA to
> inform ongoing curriculum and program development, evaluation, and data
> collection.
> >>>
> >>> Facilitators will be invited to participate in a rigorous
> Train-the-Trainer process (details below). Following the Train-the-Trainer,
> selected Facilitators will work with EJUSA to set a schedule for training
> dates and locations. Trainings in 2020 are expected to take place in the
> northeast, the southeast, and the west cost.
> >>>
> >>> Selection Process, Train-the-Trainer, and Ongoing Time Commitment
> >>> After an initial interview, selected candidates will be invited to #2.
> >>> Participation in a full 16-hour cohort in Newark, NJ - either May 6
> and May 13 OR May 9 and May 16 (2 full days).
> >>> Debrief/follow-up interview with EJUSA after cohort participation.
> Selected candidates will be invited to #4.
> >>> Trauma-to-Trust Train-the-Trainer in Newark, NJ from June 5-7 (3 full
> days). Selected candidates will be invited to #5.
> >>> Co-facilitate one Trauma to Trust cohort in Fall 2019, under
> observation, alongside our Project Director and Lead Facilitator.
> >>> Selected Facilitators will become EJUSA Trauma to Trust trainers and
> can begin leading cohorts in late 2019 or early 2020.
> >>> Trauma to Trust 2020 kick-off conference call in January 2020.
> >>> Periodic Facilitator conference calls (schedule TBD by Director of
> Training and Capacity Building).
> >>> We request that all Facilitators are available for a minimum of four
> cohorts per year and a maximum of two cohorts per month, however exact
> quantity, schedule, and locations will be determined with EJUSA on a
> case-by-case basis.
> >>> Responsibilities
> >>> Co-lead facilitation of Trauma to Trust training with police and
> community members in cities across the country.
> >>> Complete debriefing form after each cohort session to provide EJUSA
> feedback on the session.
> >>> Participate in periodic Facilitator calls with EJUSA.
> >>> Work with EJUSA's training team to provide feedback and authentic
> input for further improvement of the curriculum and program.
> >>> Key competencies
> >>> Advanced skills in facilitation, holding space amidst complex group
> dynamics and discussions, and managing/facilitating through conflict and
> tension.
> >>> Understanding of trauma and trauma-informed practices and ability to
> absorb and retain training curriculum with factual content on trauma
> >>> Understanding of structural racism and historical trauma of
> marginalized communities
> >>> Ability and comfort identifying and navigating race and discussions
> about racial justice issues in multi-racial groups
> >>> Ability to maintain composure and empathy in healing spaces
> >>> Additional Qualifications and Experience
> >>> Significant experience in facilitating groups, especially historically
> opposed groups and/or groups with significantly contentious dynamics (ex.
> police and Black community; those who have harmed and those who have been
> harmed; immigrant and anti-immigrant communities).
> >>> Experience in implementing conflict mediation, restorative practices,
> trauma-informed approaches, experiential learning rooted in group process,
> racial equity training, and/or related experiences
> >>> Understanding of social justice and commitment to the mission and
> values of EJUSA, including a commitment to racial equity
> >>> Professional demeanor by being punctual, consistent, reliable and
> courteous
> >>> Ability to travel (each cohort requires two trips, one week apart)
> >>> Compensation
> >>>
> >>> Lead Facilitators: Flat rate of $2,500-$3,000/cohort, plus travel
> expenses; periodic Facilitator conference calls scheduled outside of
> cohorts will be paid $125/hr.
> >>>
> >>> Co-Facilitators: Flat rate of $2,000/cohort, plus travel expenses.
> Facilitator conference calls scheduled outside of cohorts will be paid
> $125/hr.
> >>>
> >>> Prospective Facilitators: EJUSA will cover all travel costs during the
> Train-the-Trainer process, as well as a stipend of $100/day for the
> Train-the-Trainer and observed co-facilitation sessions.
> >>>
> >>> To apply:
> >>> Submit a cover letter, resume, and 3 references in pdf format only
> here or visit http://ejusa.org/jobs. From the job post, click the green
> "I'm interested" button to upload your materials. Incomplete applications
> will not be considered.
> >>>
> >>> Deadline to apply: March 15, 2019
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> From: thana ag <anathga at hotmail.com>
> To: Buds <bud.weiss at gmail.com>
> Cc: Rebecca Walters <hvpi at hvpi.net>, grouptalk <list at grouptalkweb.org>
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> Yes, Bud
> Great opportunity to offer healing
> anyone close to Parkland-?
> Anath
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> On Mar 25, 2019, at 10:18 PM, Buds <bud.weiss at gmail.com<
> mailto:bud.weiss at gmail.com <bud.weiss at gmail.com>>> wrote:
>
> Isn't there any psychodramatist who can be in contact with the community
> at Parkland to allow for a community session to address these suicides and
> use the empty chair for the community to speak as and with those who died
> in the attack and the two who killed themselves?
> Phil Carter conducted a thoroughly moving sociodrama about the 50 muslims
> massacred in New Zealand.
> This would be such a powerful healing process for that community and
> others around this country and the world.
> I cannot do it due to very personal issues here at home. Hopefully someone
> is already in process with this.
> Bud
>
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> On Mar 21, 2019, at 1:13 PM, Rebecca Walters <hvpi at hvpi.net<
> mailto:hvpi at hvpi.net <hvpi at hvpi.net>>> wrote:
>
> That's exactly what I was thinking, Judith. Great opportunity
>
> On Thu, Mar 21, 2019, 9:54 AM Judith Teszary <jteszary at gmail.com<
> mailto:jteszary at gmail.com <jteszary at gmail.com>>> wrote:
> Dear Rebecca!
>
> Such a fantastic opportunity to work with these issues, using sociodrama,
> whoever will apply.
>
> Hugs,
> Judith
>
>
>
> 21 mars 2019 kl. 03:05 skrev Rebecca Walters <hvpi at hvpi.net<
> mailto:hvpi at hvpi.net <hvpi at hvpi.net>>>:
>
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
> From: NYU Drama Therapy <nyudramatherapy at gmail.com<
> mailto:nyudramatherapy at gmail.com <nyudramatherapy at gmail.com>>>
> Date: Wed, Mar 20, 2019, 8:55 PM
> Subject: [dramatherapylistserv] Seeking Trainers/Facilitators for
> Police/Community Trauma Program
> To: Dramatherapylistserv <dramatherapylistserv at googlegroups.com<
> mailto:dramatherapylistserv at googlegroups.com
> <dramatherapylistserv at googlegroups.com>>>
>
>
> Seeking Trainers/Facilitators for Police/Community Trauma Program
> Piper Anderson
>
> Equal Justice USA (EJUSA) is a national organization working to transform
> the justice system by promoting responses to violence that break cycles of
> trauma. We work at the intersection of criminal justice, public health, and
> racial justice to elevate healing and safety over retribution, advance
> racial equity, and meet the needs of survivors. Our programs work to end
> the death penalty, limit and transform policing, expand community-based
> healing and violence prevention programs in impacted communities, and
> change the national narrative on violence and accountability.
>
> We are looking for highly skilled, healing-centered facilitators to lead
> our flagship trainings, From Trauma to Trust: Police/Community
> Collaborative Training, in various cities across the United States. Trauma
> to Trust is an innovative, 16-hour experience that brings together
> community residents (survivors, formerly incarcerated, community activists,
> etc.) and police officers to build mutual understanding of the links
> between unaddressed trauma (acute, chronic and complex) and justice system
> involvement, the impact of trauma on communities of color, and the impact
> of PTSD on officer use of force. Community members and police officers
> learn and speak openly about their own trauma, the trauma they see around
> them, and the historical link between the justice system, the history of
> policing, and racism. This dialogue allows everyone to see the impact of
> trauma on all sides, talk through persistent obstacles to trust, and
> collectively develop solutions for trauma-informed practices and p
> olicies that decrease harm and violence. Following the trainings, EJUSA
> organizers work with participants to engage in advocacy for systems change.
>
> For more information on the trainings, see this 6-minute video produced by
> The Grio<
> http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001BwpmMY-FyDgF6TaTc13tSQmoygHknnigcr9ONcOExmSkyceXyNCL2mq1ZywDJoBo2aLUA8zEAa84HqxRe1Y3Sv7CYuUXDUWYqXykclfQBWGHw06piubIqHnO59H7IUQyycYCopliqPhQR73-pO6L6tQUqp0aCmtjoqMm18KyWCPjpILhA60F-Alg08guTGTzgE9228qlcLPTuQMnAQKP9gi9H7oS4s-K&c=fPM0AlC4aNefAgNqfdU9RpUX7cjC_FxlMesPXiEZcqbj6IP5IfuoUA==&ch=Mvrma0gU5sQ0mRVeVWABwWrH8nukDC8qgme5R1B96CusWLpgHCVBlA==
> >.
>
> Position Overview
>
> Trauma to Trust Facilitators work in teams of two on a contract basis to
> lead our 16-hour trainings with community residents and police officers.
> Trainers use trauma-informed, restorative facilitation practices grounded
> in racial equity to lead dialogue, manage conflict and tension, build
> empathy, and increase knowledge of individual, community-level, and
> historical trauma, particularly in communities of color. The trainings are
> held over two days (8 hours per day), with a week break in between each
> session. Facilitators also provide feedback from their sessions to EJUSA to
> inform ongoing curriculum and program development, evaluation, and data
> collection.
>
> Facilitators will be invited to participate in a rigorous
> Train-the-Trainer process (details below). Following the Train-the-Trainer,
> selected Facilitators will work with EJUSA to set a schedule for training
> dates and locations. Trainings in 2020 are expected to take place in the
> northeast, the southeast, and the west cost.
>
> Selection Process, Train-the-Trainer, and Ongoing Time Commitment
>
>   1.  After an initial interview, selected candidates will be invited to
> #2.
>   2.  Participation in a full 16-hour cohort in Newark, NJ - either May 6
> and May 13 OR May 9 and May 16 (2 full days).
>   3.  Debrief/follow-up interview with EJUSA after cohort participation.
> Selected candidates will be invited to #4.
>   4.  Trauma-to-Trust Train-the-Trainer in Newark, NJ from June 5-7 (3
> full days). Selected candidates will be invited to #5.
>   5.  Co-facilitate one Trauma to Trust cohort in Fall 2019, under
> observation, alongside our Project Director and Lead Facilitator.
>   6.  Selected Facilitators will become EJUSA Trauma to Trust trainers and
> can begin leading cohorts in late 2019 or early 2020.
>   7.  Trauma to Trust 2020 kick-off conference call in January 2020.
>   8.  Periodic Facilitator conference calls (schedule TBD by Director of
> Training and Capacity Building).
>   9.  We request that all Facilitators are available for a minimum of four
> cohorts per year and a maximum of two cohorts per month, however exact
> quantity, schedule, and locations will be determined with EJUSA on a
> case-by-case basis.
>
> Responsibilities
>
>   *   Co-lead facilitation of Trauma to Trust training with police and
> community members in cities across the country.
>   *   Complete debriefing form after each cohort session to provide EJUSA
> feedback on the session.
>   *   Participate in periodic Facilitator calls with EJUSA.
>   *   Work with EJUSA's training team to provide feedback and authentic
> input for further improvement of the curriculum and program.
>
> Key competencies
>
>   *   Advanced skills in facilitation, holding space amidst complex group
> dynamics and discussions, and managing/facilitating through conflict and
> tension.
>   *   Understanding of trauma and trauma-informed practices and ability to
> absorb and retain training curriculum with factual content on trauma
>   *   Understanding of structural racism and historical trauma of
> marginalized communities
>   *   Ability and comfort identifying and navigating race and discussions
> about racial justice issues in multi-racial groups
>   *   Ability to maintain composure and empathy in healing spaces
>
> Additional Qualifications and Experience
>
>   *   Significant experience in facilitating groups, especially
> historically opposed groups and/or groups with significantly contentious
> dynamics (ex. police and Black community; those who have harmed and those
> who have been harmed; immigrant and anti-immigrant communities).
>   *   Experience in implementing conflict mediation, restorative
> practices, trauma-informed approaches, experiential learning rooted in
> group process, racial equity training, and/or related experiences
>   *   Understanding of social justice and commitment to the mission and
> values of EJUSA, including a commitment to racial equity
>   *   Professional demeanor by being punctual, consistent, reliable and
> courteous
>   *   Ability to travel (each cohort requires two trips, one week apart)
>
> Compensation
>
> Lead Facilitators: Flat rate of $2,500-$3,000/cohort, plus travel
> expenses; periodic Facilitator conference calls scheduled outside of
> cohorts will be paid $125/hr.
>
> Co-Facilitators: Flat rate of $2,000/cohort, plus travel expenses.
> Facilitator conference calls scheduled outside of cohorts will be paid
> $125/hr.
>
> Prospective Facilitators: EJUSA will cover all travel costs during the
> Train-the-Trainer process, as well as a stipend of $100/day for the
> Train-the-Trainer and observed co-facilitation sessions.
>
> To apply:
> Submit a cover letter, resume, and 3 references in pdf format only here<
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