Lockdown Lunacy

Riding the Uncertainty of Covid Time
Are you a bit over it with lockdown?


Are you anxious with life up in the air and not knowing how it will land?


Are you sick of being worried about physical distancing, finances and other impacts of Covid?
Many people are noticing new or amplified symptoms/experiences in their bodies during this strange time. For some, it might be the stress being channelled into the body, for others, new ways of being in the world are emerging through the body.

Join us in this small group setting on Zoom to explore the impacts in your life through the experiences in your body.

Your Facilitators

Dr Silvia Camastral

Silvia is a process-oriented psychotherapist with over 25 years counselling experience.

She is a senior faculty member of Australia and New Zealand Process Oriented Psychology (ANZPOP)  where she teaches and supervises students, as well as supervising students at ACAP and lecturing part-time at QUT.

Silvia is a member of the Queensland Counselling Association, the Queensland Association of Family Therapy, the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia and the International Association of Process Oriented Psychology.

Liz Scott

Liz is a Process Work Diplomate with a private psychotherapy practice based in Auckland.

She has a particular interest in working with somatic processes and brings her deep empathy for those suffering from chronic illness, together with the hope that change is possible, based on her own lived experience.

Liz is a member of the International Association of Process Oriented Psychology.

Dr Gerald Maclaurin

Gerald originally trained as a General Pracititioner, following which he spent six years as a rural medical officer in the highlands of Papua New Guinea, gaining a deep understanding of the intersection of medicine, healing and culture.

He then went on to train in psychotherapy and Process work. Alongside his psychotherapy practice, he also supervises individuals and teams of health workers in child psychiatry, paediatrics, mental health, chronic pain, eating disorders, and palliative care.

He is a member of the Psychotherapy Board of Aotearoa NZ, the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists, and the International Association of Process Oriented Psychology.



Friday 22 May, 2020


3-5pm AEST (QLD, NSW, VIC time)


$30 (no GST)




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ANZPOP acknowledges the traditional owners of the lands we live and work on, the Aboriginal Australian, Torres Strait Islander, and Maori peoples. We pay respect to their elders past, present and future. We give thanks for the wisdom of these peoples that has informed the Process Work approach. We honour the courage, resilience and spirit of traditional peoples in the face of the devastating impact colonisation has had and continues to have on their culture, wellbeing, and sovereignty.