Psychodrama Certification is useful for psychologists, psychiatrists, trainers, coaches and art therapists who are willing to help their clients with these action methods to overcome past issues.
What is Psychodrama Therapy?
In psychodrama, one acts out in present time, the past real-life situations or inner mental processes. Through this, participants have the opportunity to evaluate their behavior, reflect on how the past incident is getting played out in the present and more deeply understand particular situations in their lives.
Psychodrama offers a creative way for an individual or group to explore and solve personal problems. It is used in a variety of clinical and community-based settings in which other group members (audience) are invited to become therapeutic agents (stand-ins) to populate the scene of one client.
Every life has a script. When this script unfolds in the real life, it becomes a play. And, any play can not be rendered without the best attempt by the actor to enact what s/he percieves this character to be. There are various ways in which behaviour science and psychology explains this phenomenon. One such way is psychodrama which not only explains but also works as a therapy for those events in life which may have had undesired effect on our present life.
Psychodrama psychotherapy is the method of acting out the events from the past. Psychodrama Therapy is experiencial and is useful in group therapy settings.
Hence, it is also popular as an effective method of Gropu Psychotherapy. It is also known as sociodrama and the person practicing it is known as socio dramtist.
History of Psychodrama Therapy
Jecob L. Moreno, MD developed the method of Psychodrama. While it clarifies the issues from the past, it also increases emotional well being, emotional intelligence, enhances learning, provides physical betterment, helps in personal growth and integrates cognitive, affective and behavioural domains.
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