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Psychodrama is world renowned for its action methods but the psychodramatic dazzling action has obscured the important basics of group psychotherapy and sociometry. The divorce between the two causes the name ‘Psychodrama’ to be used in different theoretical versions.
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.
Post traumatic growth
This workshop introduces participants to immediately useful experiential methods to add to their treatment to trauma. The Therapeutic Spiral Model was created in 1992 and has decades of research and practice to support the safe use of clinically modified psychodrama and gestalt interventions.
This experiential zoom workshop will explore loss and grief from the perspective of psychodrama theory, and the psychodramatic technique of the ‘melting clock’ developed by the presenter,
Psychodrama à la Moreno
This presentation features a video of a psychodrama session directed by John Nolte as the method was taught by Dr. J. L. Moreno and Zerka T. Moreno at the Moreno Institute in the 1960s and 1970s.
The psychodramatic work that we propose is structured in the relationship of art with fractals and with the energy of whales. Psychodramatic matrices can be read from fractal structures.
Jungian psychodrama is a theory of psychodramatic technique, articulated in a complex model of conduction and observation. It derives from Jung’s analytical theory on dreams,
Following the legacy of my main Teacher and of J.L Moreno, we will demonstrate how to become aware of transgenerational trauma and on how to transform it.
The main goal of this workshop is to discuss the technical issues that arise in relation to bipersonal psychodrama, showing the viability and usefulness of this therapeutic modality.
The Empty Chair
The empty chair is a blank screen. It can concretize anything or anybody. It can be used to encourage emotional expression, identify thoughts and feelings, explore/clarify multiple parts of self or other,