Due to the Covid 19 restrictions, all trainings have been postponed. We are looking at starting up again April 29 - May 1st 2022 with the Introductory level training. This will only take place if the restrictions are lifted.  We want to give you some advanced notice about our plans. You can find the training details on the REGISTRATION page. 
Susan Aaron, B.A., RP - Originator and Trainer

Susan Aaron is an Ontario Registered Psychotherapist, a Psychodramatist certified by the Toronto Centre for Psychodrama and Sociometry, a retired registered massage therapist and a Reiki Master with extensive training in body psychotherapy. In 1990 she created a training program called Psychodramatic Bodywork®. Since then, Susan's training and workshops have transformed people from Canada, the UK, the U.S. and Europe, by teaching and applying the principles supporting the physical, emotional and spiritual journey.

She has produced two videos in DVD format that illustrate her work on anger and fear. She works with a team of skilled students and graduates who help create the safe space that is an essential requirement for transformative experiences. She channels her messages to her students with the support of a council of guides.

Susan is the recipient of the 2006 Innovator’s award, presented by the American Society of Group Psychotherapy & Psychodrama (A.S.G.P.P.). This award acknowledges her innovative work in combining psychodrama and bodywork.

What is Psychodramatic Bodywork®?

This training combines two forms of psychotherapy: Psychodrama and Bodywork.

Psychodrama uses dramatic action methods to free and integrate spontaneity blocked by earlier trauma. Bodywork uses Safe Touch to help individuals connect with the messages that are held in the body as pain, numbness and/or illness. Susan works with a skilled team of assistants who perform demonstrations that help illustrate the theory and the process of Psychodramatic Bodywork®. The atmosphere is relaxed and fun and fosters learning in an easy, natural manner. A spiritual component that deepens the effectiveness of the work is incorporated into the training.

Psychodrama is . . . 

. . . a form of psychotherapy in which blocked spontaneity from earlier traumas is unblocked and reintegrated through dramatic action methods

Bodywork is . . .

. . . a form of healing that involves touching numb, tense or painful areas in a safe manner. This process often directs us to unexpressed emotions that can be expressed, resulting in a freeing of body energy flow.

Psychodramatic Bodywork® is . . .

. . . Susan Aaron's unique integration of these two dynamic techniques.

Psychodramatic Bodywork® serves . . .

. . . as a powerful complement to diverse therapeutic modalities.