(Compiled by Adam Blatner, Revised, August 22, 2010.)
Directory of Psychodramatists (International: H-K)
Noted below are Richard Hall, June Rabson Hare, Paul Hare, Peter Haworth, Paul Holmes, Ann Huntington, Pirkko Hurme, Christopher Hutter, David Ieroham, Roberto Inocencio, Yujiro Isoda, Jinnie Jefferies, Diana Jones, Marcia Karp, Kate Kirk, Ferdinand Knobloch, Nese Karabekir, and Natan Peter Felix Kellermann. ... To see others in this directory, return to the Psychodrama Directory's "Index" Page.
Richard Hall - Administrative Coordinator and staff of the Australian College of Psychodrama, Melbourne (tall guy, back row) - psychodramatist and psychologist in private practice . .
June Rabson Hare is a psychodramatist and social worker in Israel. Teaches courses on action methods at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and supervises psychodramatists. Current interests: Applications of psychodrama and action modalities in qualitative research; in work with breast cancer survivors and women who have experienced myocardial infarction; immigrant absorption; Arab-Jewish co-existence; family therapy . e-mail:<email@example.com .
A. Paul Hare, Israel. Wrote about psychodrama, sociology. Died in 2009.
Peter Haworth, near Oxford, England.
Paul Holmes, M.D., co-editor of several books on psychodrama in England.
Annie Huntington is employed as a Principal Lecturer is Social Work (University of Central Lancashire) and Psychodrama Psychotherapist working in an Addiction Therapeutic Community (LittleDale Hall) in England. She's a practitioner applying for trainer status. For further details and email address please access my 'staff page' at: http://www.uclan.ac.uk/facs/health/socialwork/staff/huntingtona.htm .
Pirkko Hurme,Psychodramatist, Psychotherapist and Management Consultant,Founding Member of FEPTO (Federation of European PsychodramaTraining Organizations), Board Member of IAGP (International Association of Group Psychotherapy, www.iagp.com) and Deputy Chair of Public Visibility Committee of IAGP. Works as a consultant internationally and has a special interest in role theory applications in organizational development, consultancy and training. Website: www.perendie.fi . .
Christopher Hutter, Germany. (Need caption) . .
David Ieroham, trainer in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Roberto Inocencio, M.D., is a psychiatrist and psychodramatist in Spain, and was the president of the International Association of Group Psychotherapy.
Yujiro Isoda, M.D., Psychiatrist and one of the main trainers of psychodrama in Tokyo, Japan .
Jinnie Jefferies is a major trainer in London. http://www.londoncentreforpsychodrama.org/
Diana Jones is a TEP and sociometrist living inDiana is also an artist and you can see some of her art work at http://www.orgdev.co.nz/gallery/ with user name: visitor and password: zarvo
. She is a member of ANZPA and on the staff of the Wellington Psychodrama Training Institute. Diana is managing director with The Organisation Development Company and works as a consultant, group facilitator and executive coach with public and private sector organisations. Diana uses role theory and sociometry in her consultations with organizations, together with current social network analysis technology to map informal networks in organisations and executive teams as they move from silos to collaborating. Her websites are www.sociometry.co.nz and www.orgdev.co.nz New Zealand.
Marcia Karp is truly one of the foremost pioneers of psychodrama---see her photo among historical figures, taken around 1971). She was Honorary President of the British Psychodrama Association for 11 years. She was on the Board of the International Association of Group Psychotherapists for 6 years. She is a Fellow of the American Association of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama. She has a Directorship Certificate from the Beacon Academy, Beacon New York,Trainers, J.L.and Zerka Moreno. Her Trainer, Educator and Practitioner Status was certified by the American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy. She is a founding member of the Federation Of European and Mediterranean Psychodrama Training Organizations (FEPTO), and is the recipient of the 2004 J. L. Moreno Lifetime Achievemant Award of the ASGPP and Recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the BPA. She has Co-edited "Psychodrama:Inspiration and Technique," P. Holmes and M.Karp, Routledge, London/New York, 1992, published in Portugese, Hebrew, Spanish, and other languages; "Psychodrama Since Moreno", co-edited by P.Holmes, M.Karp and M.Watson, Routledge, London/New York, 1994 and "The Handbook of Psychodrama", co-edited by M. Karp, P.Holmes and K.Tauvon, Routledge/Taylor Francis Group, London/New York, 1998 recently published in Greek, Russian, in translation currently in Japanese, and other languages. Marcia has written a chapter:Psychodrama of Rape and Torture: A Sixteen -Year Follow-up Case Study, in "Psychodrama with Trauma Survivors- Acting Out Your Pain", Edited by P. Kellermann And K. Hudgins, Jessica Kingley Publisher, London/Philadelphia, 2000. She wrote, "Introduction to Psychodrama" published in the IAGP Forum Publication, The British Counselling Journal, The British Social Work Journal, and a further version in "The Handbook of Psychodrama", Karp,Holmes, co-ed. Routledge, LondonN.Y., 1998, pp.3-13. She has contributed, "Discussion on Directing between Anne Anceline Schutzenberger and Marcia Karp, in "Psychodrama Training- European Review," edited by P. Fontaine, FEPTO Publications, 1989 Leuven, Belgium. Currently, she works for the National Health Service in London with Personality Disorder and Borderline. She has a private practice and travels the world training people in psychodrama. She is involved with ongoing training programmes in Moscow, Kiev, Geneva, Tokyo, Ossaka, Athens and Spain. Her email is MKarp11444@aol.com,
Tel: +44 208 560 1460
Ferdinand "Ferdo" Knobloch, M.D., is one of the pioneers of psychodrama in Europe and now lives in Western Canada. This photo was from 1968, when he hosted Moreno at an international conference .
Kate Kirk is a psychodramatist on the Isle of Man in the UK, and the present editor of the British Journal of Psychodrama and Sociometry . . .
Nese Karabekir Ezgin, M.A Psychologist and Psychodrama trainer and practioner, is the Coordinator of the Istanbul psychodrama Institute (IPI) ( www.istpsikodrama.com.tr ) and Istanbul International Zerka Moreno Institute in Turkey (Turkiye). Her email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Natan P F Kellermann, PhD is a clinical psychologist, an international trainer of psychodrama and sociodrama and an author of books and papers on various subjects. He was the chief clinical psychologist of AMCHA/Jerusalem between 1996-2000, its executive director between 2001-2004, and has been its project development director ever since. For more than ten years, he has been lecturing on Holocaust trauma in the International School for Holocaust Studies in Yad Vashem. Kellermann is a fellow of the ASGPP (Zerka T. Moreno award 1993) and was the elected chair of the psychodrama-section of IAGP 1998-2000. He was born in Sweden in 1953 and lives in Jerusalem with his family since 1980. See Website: http://peterfelix.weebly.com/index.html , .
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