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What is Psychodrama?

Psychodrama is a deep action method developed by Jacob Levi Moreno (1889-1974), 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 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 a group setting a well as in 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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