What is Psychodrama?

Psychodrama is an action method therapeutic process developed by Jacob L. Moreno, in which people enact scenes from their lives, dreams or fantasies in an effort to express unexpressed feelings, gain new insights and understandings, and practice new and more satisfying behaviors.  A variety of interventions and strategies have been developed to help accomplish these aims.  (Garcia & Buchanan, 2000).   It has been referred to as the “drama of the soul” and “the theater of truth.” These techniques can be utilized in group settings and during individual sessions.

As a psychodramatist, and a member of the ASGPP (American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama), I have learned how to apply theory, creativity, and spontaneity by using action-oriented, experiential methods. I have seen it be extremely impactful for people in fostering positive growth and change.

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