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Förderverein der Perdekampschen Emotions Methode

managed by Aaron W. (Communication)

About us

We are a not-for-profit organisation that was founded in Hamburg in 2011.

We use an innovative method derived from the field of acting to teach people from a wide variety of origins, life situations and countries to train, expand and improve their emotional responses and communication skills.

The Perdekamp Emotional Method (PEM) has been used in acting and in acting courses since 1995. It has made an international impact and has also been shown to be highly effective for people with autism.

Our aim is to use our method to enable as many affected people as possible to achieve the stability they need to take a confident pathway, to live life on their own terms and to participate in the initial labour market and training market in a sustainable manner.

we can support people with autism together to give them the opportunity to find permanent employment irrespective of their current training status or financial means.

Aaron is the director, contact person and initiator of the project and a solid part of our club.

Latest project news

Latest news

First International Workshop with Dr. Tony Attwood

  Aaron W.  31 December 2017 at 03:45 PM
Autism Workshop in Australia:
PEM - The Mechanics of Emotion
Clarity, Congruence and Communication in everyday relationships.
The Workshop will be attended by Dr. Tony Attwood.

The Perdekamp Emotional Method (PEM) in cooperation with the peer project ‘AFA’ Autisten für Autisten Hamburg is pleased to offer an introductory 3- hour workshop in Sydney on March the 8th in 2018 for those diagnosed with Aspergers.

Our workshop, ‘The Mechanics of Emotion: Clarity, Congruence and Communication in everyday relationships', will provide participants with the tools to clarify the physical location and expression of emotion in the body to improve the professional and personal relationships that we encounter in everyday life.

The workshop is based on the ‘AFA’ model we are running in our certified institution in Hamburg and with Aspergers Victoria in Melbourne.

We are also pleased that Dr. Tony Attwood will attend the workshop as we usher in a new and practical approach to provide greater emotional and communicational skills for everyday living!

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