Edward Schreiber


The Social Microscope Workshop A Profound Training Workshop for Organizations and Groups Based on the work of J.L. Moreno and Zerka Moreno Grandparents of Social Network Theory and Creators of Psychodrama

“Encountering the Dynamic Force of the Unified Field And the Central Structure Underlying Society and Organizations”

J.L. Moreno discovered that “Human society has an actual, dynamic, central structure underlying and determining all its peripheral and formal groupings. It exerts a determining influence upon every sphere of human interrelations.” The finding of an actual underlying structure to society and organizations that impacts our lives is an important tool for growing social justice in all settings.

The Social Microscope is an experiential and educational method that makes this underlying structure visible to a group. When this hidden structure becomes visible, the realization of its significance and impact becomes precise and clear. Once this structure becomes visible and understood, it can be transformed by a group by advancing equity and full inclusion.

The Social Microscope then points to the remarkable activity and presence of the unified field that exists between us, around us, and within us. The unified field is our existential link with one another and to all life. We can experience the unified field as an act of mindfulness

The Workshop teaches a group how to find the underlying structure within itself, and to sense the nature of the unified field. This increases cohesion and connection for every individual and for the group as a whole. This is offered to be particularly affordable.

For more information, please contact Edward Schreiber

Edward Wellen Schreiber studied this method with Zerka Moreno for three decades as a clinician and social justice activist and is Board Certified in this discipline. He is author of the Chapter on Psychodrama, Sociometry, Group Psychotherapy and Sociatry (Social Healing) in Kaplan & Sadock’s Comprehensive Textbook on Psychiatry and teaches The Social Microscope throughout New England and afar.