We all have people who delight us. We all have people who challenge
us. Some challenges are worth exploring. Others need to be put aside.
Join us for a psychodramatic exploration of the relationships in our
lives; the ones that bring us joy, the ones we want to leave behind
and the ones we would like to cultivate, improve and possibly even
Walters, MS, LMHC
(Licensed Mental Health Counselor), LCAT (Licensed
Creative Arts Therapist), and TEP,
is the founder and
co-director of the Hudson Valley Psychodrama Institute (1989). Rebecca
has worked with individuals and groups of children, adolescents and
adults. With thirty years of inpatient experience, she was the Director
of Child and Adolescent Psychodrama Services at Four Winds Psychiatric
Hospital, Katonah, NY.
Currently Rebecca is on
the faculty of University of Texas’s MD Anderson Cancer Center's
I*CARE, a program for Interpersonal Communication and Relationship
Enhancement that is a project of the Department of Faculty Development
dedicated to improving the communication among cancer patients, their
families and their providers. She is the co author of several articles
on the use of psychodrama and sociodrama in medical education.
Rebecca is an Fellow of
the American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama, an elected
member of their Executive Council and a recipient of their Hannah
Weiner Service and their Collaborators Award (with Judy Swallow).
Rebecca is certified as
a Trainer, Educator and Practitioner by the American Board of Examiners
in Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy. She has trained
in Europe, Central America and throughout the United States. and is
known for her warmth, clarity and humor.
Open Session: November 21
to Boughton Place: $10/ $5 for students and those on limited income.
Boughton Place is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Receipts for tax purposes are available upon request.
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