London Psychodrama Network
Psychodrama Counselling & Psychotherapy in central London
Tel: 08451 661 939Email: Click Here

The London Psychodrama network is very proud to announce that one of our Founder Members, Marcia Karp, who many of you know and have been directed by, was given a prestigious award in the Ukraine.

On 24th May 2016 at the Ukrainian Palace in Kiev, Marcia was given the award of Laureate Supreme in Practical Psychology. It was accepted by a colleague on her behalf.. Marcia commented:  ‘I feel honoured to accept such an award in my grandpa's homeland.’ 

About our taster evenings

Our evenings include an experiential demonstration with people participating at their own level of comfort. There is no need for acting skills, just come along and find yourself in a group setting with safety and confidentiality.

We offer a different director every month and we invite people to attend whenever they wish ... to have more than one taste of the tasters.

Each evening is two and a half hours to allow time for people to share what they think and feel at the end ... come along!

Marcia Karp

Marcia pioneered psychodrama in Great Britain, having brought it from New York in 1973. She was Honorary President of the British Psychodrama Association, for 11 years. Marcia works in the NHS with out-patient personality disorder and borderline individuals. Marcia runs training internationally and offers individual and group psychodrama in London. She is co-editor of three books on psychodrama, including ‘The Handbook of Psychodrama’. She is a founder member of the Federation of European Psychodrama Training Organizations (FEPTO). Marcia is a founder member of London Psychodrama Network. She is the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award in Britain (BPA) and USA (ASGPP).

Dr Dusan Potkonjak

BPA-reg trainer
Dusan is an Associate specialist in Psychiatry working in Goodmayes Hospital, East London. He is a Trainer of BPA and leading trainer of Serbian Psychodrama Association, with 31 years experience in Psychiatry and 22 years experience in leading groups in Psychodrama and Group Analysis and different clinical applications. He has completed all training hours in introductory and diploma course with the London Institute of Group Analysis. Dusan is a founder member of London Psychodrama Network.

Chip Chimera

Chip is a Systemic Family Psychotherapist and a Psychodrama Psychotherapist with many years' experience in working with families, individuals, and groups. Chip teaches at the Institute of Family Therapy where she is the Director of the Centre for Child Studies. She is a founder member of London Psychodrama Network.

Olivia Lousada

Olivia is a senior psychodrama trainer. For 24 years she has worked in a psychiatric hospital with a variety of patients. The beautiful structures of sociometry, the mapping of relationships have influenced her interest in non-verbal and preverbal communication.

Her doctoral inquiry (2007) into relationship experiences of adult opposite sex twins used psychodrama, painting and reflection. This led to her book 'Hidden Twins' (2009) and a webside .

Maxine Daniels

BPA-reg trainer
Maxine is a psychodrama psychotherapist and a registered trainer with the BPA. She works for the prison service as a psychodrama consultant and trainer. Maxine is the director of Creative Forum, working with actors in the NHS, businesses and education.

She is currently enrolled on the professional doctorate programme with Metanoia Institute. Maxine is a founder member of London Psychodrama Network.

Richard Oliver

Richard is an accredited psychodrama practitioner with the British Psychodrama Association. He currently facilitates two support groups at Mind in Camden. He has previously facilitated a weekly private group and a group at a London hospital. Richard was trained at Oxford with Peter Haworth and Susie Taylor and he brings the wealth of their approach to his work. Richard is a founder member of the London Psychodrama Network.

Edna Davis

Psychodrama Psychotherapist
Edna is a psychodrama psychotherapist she has worked in the area of child protection with men, women, children and families for over 20 years. Edna has run groups for Women’s Health Service, The Rape Crisis Centre, The Probation Service, The Prison Service as well as Community Groups. She has an MA in Humanistic Counselling is registered with the BPA, BACP and UKCP. Edna applies a Person Centred Approach to her work.

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