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PSP in art-z: “Farewell to old me” [workshop “Polytechno”]

From the work at the workshop on improvised and interactive creative expression "Polytechno", on the basis of my approach PSP. An exercise of kinetic improvisation, with Anastasia Bouza.
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PSP in art-b: “Kinetic dialogue” [workshop “Polytechno”]

From the work at the workshop of improvised creative expression "Polytechno" on the basis of my approach PSP. Exercise: kinetic dialogue between the individual and the group, with Niki KIrtsi.
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PSP in art-e: “Farewell to old me” [workshop “Polytechno”]

From the work at the workshop on improvised and interactive creative expression "Polytechno", on the basis of my approach PSP. An exercise of kinetic improvisation, with Niki Kirtsi.
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What is PSP? [an introductory slideshow accompanied by my music]

A series of slides for a brief PSP description, accompanied by my music
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PSP in art-a: “Kinetic dialogue” [workshop “Polytechno”]

From the work at the workshop of improvised creative expression "Polytechno" on the basis of my approach PSP. Exercise: kinetic dialogue between the individual and the group, with Katerina Kouineli.
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The “Motif exercise” in PSP

One of the central ideas in PSP (video in first person with subs in Greek), which is much based on the theory and philosophy of Gestalt therapy
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PSP in art-d: “Farewell to old me” [workshop “Polytechno”]

From the work at the workshop on improvised and interactive creative expression "Polytechno", on the basis of my approach PSP. An exercise of kinetic improvisation, with Lia Vanidou.
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On the Playback Theatre group TING [slideshow-music]

Photos and info on the nature and the activities of the Playback Theatre group T!NG. T!NG served for several years the Playback Theatre vision and mission, and remained active till 2016. I was a member of the group and its trainer, on the basis of my approach PSP.
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The basic form of the “MOTIF Exercise” in the PSP approach seen through Gestalt therapy principles

The "Motif Exercise" is a way to enrich awareness not only in psychotherapy, but also in other fields involving in any way process and awareness work. Especially in Gestalt therapy, this exercise can be seen as an “experiment”, able not only to enhance awareness, but also to produce significant material for further and deep therapeutic...
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The “SHARING” and “MATRIX” variations of the “MOTIF exercise” in the PSP approach seen through Gestalt therapy principles

The "Motif Exercise" is not fitness, dance, or role-playing. It becomes meaningful only as a way to enrich awareness and get tuned with our experiential stream. As such a tool, it has to be used very carefully and thoughtfully. In this text we shall see two of the most significant variations of this exercise.
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The “PERSONAL FILM” in the PSP approach seen through Gestalt therapy principles

The "Personal Film" is formed automatically along with our direct and immediate experience. It is a symbolic representation of the instantaneous and dynamic merging of conscious and unconscious material out of which is composed the non-stop continuum of our experience
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Introducing shortly my approach PSP [Process-Stage-Praxis] – (Video in first person)

PSP (Process-Stage-Praxis) is an approach for embodied interaction, that I devised since 2006. PSP is NOT an autonomous psychotherapeutic modality or some form of art-therapy and PSP does not substitute professional training in any psychotherapeutic modality. 
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