Therapeutic Factors and Therapeutic Techniques in Psychodrama

By: Galabina Tarashoeva, Petra Marinova-Djambazova and Katerina Ilieva first published: Academic journal of Creative arts therapies june 2022 Abstract In recent years, research data show the effectiveness of Psychodrama Therapy has been cumulating. However, there is still not enough evidence on why this method is effective and how it works. This article...

INTERFERENCE OF THE DIFFERENT REALITIES WHEN WORKING WITH PSYCHODRAMA ONLINE AND ITS EFFECT ON...

By Galabina Tarashoeva Abstract. In online psychodrama, with all its peculiarities and risks, is it possible to a complete therapeutic process take place, moved by the therapeutic factors:  action catharsis, action insight, action learning, corrective emotional experience and reintegration of the new experience; the same as in psychodrama in therapeutic room? The...

Sociodrama and roleplay: method and applications

By Roger Schaller While psychodrama focuses on the individual and their interpersonal relations, the method of sociodrama, also developed by Moreno, focuses on group phenomena, collective ideologies, social values and norms. A sociodrama role-play allows participants to work on social problems by enacting an issue from the perspective of a...

Roleplay in Psychotherapy

General effects of roleplay techniques in psychotherapy by Roger Schaller In numerous meta-analyzes of therapeutic efficacy studies no therapeutic method has proven to be superior, which is why a figure from Alice in Wonderland has been chosen as the metaphor for this result of therapy research: the bird Dodo, who calls...

Role Training: developing and reinforcing social and self-competencies

Role Training: developing and reinforcing social and self-competencies by Roger Schaller Abstract Role conserves is a classic psychodramatic concept used to denote learned, familiar, tried-and-true patterns of behaviour associated with the performance of a particular role. They offer people security in the sense that people know how to behave in different...