in alphabetical order

Dr. Jorge Burmeister specialized in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy in Switzerland and Spain. He was trained in Psychodrama (Grete Leutz) as well as in CBT, Analytical Pair and Family therapy, Guided Day Dream Technique and Jungian analysis. He is a founding member of the Federation of European Training Organizations (FEPTO) and past President of the International Association of Group Psychotherapy (IAGP). Dr Burmeister is Dean of the International Summer Academy for Trans-cultural Group work in Granada. He has also been Co-Director of the International Training Center “Jacob L and Zerka T Moreno” in Granada. Dr Burmeister is a Trainer and Supervisor of “Medecins sans Frontieres” in topics of Collective and Individual Trauma.


Sue Daniel is a trainer, educator and practitioner of Psychodrama (TEP), teacher, philosopher and psychologist, and psychotherapist in private practice in Melbourne, Australia. For 30 years she has been working as an individual and group psychotherapist and she is one of the early pioneers of psychodrama in Australia and New Zealand, specializing in role theory and its applications. Sue Daniel is the director of the Psychodrama Institute of Melbourne (PIM) and enjoys writing about psychodrama. She works internationally and was the first foreign Visiting Professor (Honorary) at the Muroran Institute of Technology in Japan. Sue founded the Moreno Psychodrama Society (MPS) and the Australian and Aotearoa Board of Psychodrama (ABP). Her most recent articles include “The social collective and the social and cultural atom in the age of the social network” and “The usefulness of role reversal in one-to-one supervision: a qualitative research project using heuristic enquiry”, published by Springer VS: Zeitschrift für Psychodrama und Soziometrie (Sonderheft 7/2016 and Heft2/Oktober 2016 respectively).


Ursula Hauser is a trainer and supervisor in Psychodrama, Psychoanalyses, Method of ´Grupo operativo´ in different countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Nicaragua, México, Boliva, Cuba, Uruguay, Guatemala, Switzerland, Austria, Italy. She has 20 years of work experience in Palestine with Psychodrama. She is a trainer and supervisor in Ramallah (TRC) and in Gaza (GCMHP-PMRS). Ursula Hauser has conducted training in Psychodrama in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Cuba, Gaza and she is a Co-founder of the Master Program in ´Psicodrama y Procesos Grupales´ at the University of La Havana / Cuba, since 1996. In 1974 Ursula Hauser has obtained licence in Social Psychology and Clinical Psychology (Univ. of Zürich/Switzerland) and in 1994 Ph.D. in Ethnopsychoanalyses (Univ. of Klagenfurt/Austria). She was trained as Psychodramatist (Moreno Institute Ueberlingen/Germany – Grete Leutz; Moreno Inst. of Boston and Norway – Bob and Ildri Ginn; Inst. de Psicodrama –Buenos Aires-Eduardo Pavlovsky 1971-76) and Psychoanalyst (PSZ 1969-75).Her professional affiliation includes Psychoanalytic Seminary of Zürich, International Association of Group Psychotherapy (Board member 2010-13); a founder of ASPAS Asoc. de Psicoanalisis critic social de Costa Rica; ASISTE C.R. (Asoc. de Psicodrama, Sociometría y Teatro espontaneo de Costa Rica); ITARI (Centro de Formación psicoanalitica individual y grupal); UCR (Univ. de Costa Rica); UNAM (Univ. Autonoma de México) SFU (Sigmund Freud Univ. Viena); COAP (Centro de Orientación y Asistencia Psicologica de la Univ. La Havana/Cuba). Private Praxis in Costa Rica. Recently Co-Founder of a postgraduate Diploma in ´HUMAN RIGHTS, MEMORY AND PSYCHODRAMA´ at the University of Montevideo/Uruguay.Consultant of ETH Zurich, Summer Academy in Braunwald.


Vladimir Milošević MD is a psychiatrist and psychodrama psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer, ECP holder. He graduated from psychodrama training in 1990 (realized in cooperation of Medical School University of Oxford and Medical Faculty of Belgrade) and from middle of 1990tees takes a leading role in psychodrama education in Serbia. Vladimir Milošević is a co-founder of the Institute for Psychodrama in Belgrade that became a European Accredited Psychotherapy Training Institute in 2007. Since 2004 he has been conducting psychodrama training in Croatia. Currently he is engaged in initiating psychodrama education in Slovenia and he was the supervisor of psychodrama training in Macedonia. He worked as psychiatrist and psychotherapist at the Institute for Mental Health in Belgrade, also as a psychotherapist in private practice in Belgrade while currently he works as psychiatrist and psychotherapist in Psychiatric Hospital Idria in Slovenia. He conducted educational psychodrama workshops in Torino, Brussels, Tel Aviv, Oxford, Ljubljana, Kranj, Zagreb, Zadar, Split, Porec, Skopje. He is a co-founder of international psychodrama seminars Cross Cultural Training Days (2001-2010) and the International Spring Academy of Psychodrama (2010- ).


Ivana Slavkovic is a psychodrama psychotherapist, trainer, supervisor and ECP holder. She is a co-founder of the Institute for Psychodrama in Belgrade, Serbia (European Accredited Psychotherapy Training Institute since 2007). She graduated from Belgrade University, Faculty for Special Education and Rehabilitation in 1998. She was trained in psychodrama with the Yugoslav Psychodrama Association and obtained certification in 2000. Since 2005 she has been conducted psychodrama training in Serbia and in 2008 she founded the first psychodrama training course in Albania. She is a quest lecturer for psychodrama at Sigmund Freud University in Vienna. She worked as psychotherapists at the Institute for Mental Health in Belgrade and has been working as psychotherapist in private practice as well as within NGOs that assist vulnerable groups. Within Autonomous Women Centre she has been co-author of training programs and trainer of Serbian state institutions in the field of gender based and family violence since 2004. She is also focused on the process of reconciliation in post war societies of Western Balkans. Ivana Slavkovic has been involved with the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP) since 2007 as the Assistant Registrar and since 2011 she is the Registrar and the Chairwoman of the Training Accreditation Committee of EAP.


Susie Taylor is Co-Course Leader in Birmingham Institute for Psychodrama. She is registered with the British Psychodrama Association (BPA) as a Senior Trainer and is a co-founder of the Oxford Psychodrama Group. She has also run psychodrama training groups internationally in Greece, Finland, Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia and Croatia. She has an ongoing commitment to psychodrama training in both Serbia and Croatia. Susie originally trained as an Occupational Therapist and worked in mental health settings from 1975-84. Since qualifying as a psychodramatist in 1983, she has been in continuous practice as a therapist in clinical groups, individual work and supervision. Her clinical work includes working with offenders in Grendon prison; Roman Catholic Brothers, Priests and Sisters; alcoholics; victims of abuse; and people with personality disorders. Susie is a co-founder of the British Psychodrama Association and serves on the Accreditation Committee. In 2003 she received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Psychodrama Association.