9 Nov 2017

The session will take place in Conference Room 2. “Fred Street” (enter via St Vincent’s Public Hospital, take the escalator to Level Four, and turn right).

VENUE: St Vincents Public Hospital, Conference Room 2

Enlivenment is a psycho-physical workout designed to inspire the tired mind.

Drawing on influences including playback theatre and expressive movement, the Enlivenment session aims to transform the rumination or compulsive thinking that is associated with mood disorders. The process has been used successfully for many years with young adult mental health patients.

This workshop is offered to anyone interested in creative therapies from either a professional or personal point of view. A peaceful mind-state is (almost!) guaranteed.

Artist Biography


RN Psych.,Ass. Dip Sculpture, Grad. Dip. Professional Art, Grad Dip Arts Management, Dip. Somatic therapy,Dip. Live Production, Theatre and Events

Ken runs groups in creative and expressive therapies at Uspace (St Vincents Private Hospitals young adult mental health unit) He has a background in movement training for actors, sculpture, music, mental health and experimental theatre. He was for six years the Artistic Director of the Star of the Sea theatre and has lectured in movement at UWS, the Canberra Theatre Centre, the Sydney Acting School and has run Drama Departments in several Colleges including St Aloyisius College, Masada College, De La Salle College Cronulla and Stella Maris College Manly. He lists among his ex students David Wenham, Chris Lilley and Brendan Cowell.