This photo show most of the participants at our 2-day training for Indonesian Youth Workers, hosted by Campuhan College and Co-Sponsored by Values Institute, World Interfaith Harmony Week, & The Asia Foundation.
This event was the first of its kind for MAU in Indonesia, bringing together youth workers from Jakarta, Bandung, Singaraja, and Ubud area. Organized and hosted by our friends at Campuhan College, it provided two days of training in Sociometry and Sociodrama with techniques that were practical and usable by participants. It included Spectrograms, Locograms, and Circle Sociometry as methods for building group cohesion and discovering commonalities and differences among group members. It also included a piece on the Adolescent Brain in action, and a number of scenes created by the participants reflecting developmental changes during adolescence. The focus of the second day was on creating the Social/Cultural atom and exploring the tremendous amount of information it provides. We also took the Social/Cultural Atom of a client of one of the participants and put it into action, demonstrating the power of psychodramatic enactment.