This highly accessible and fascinating book introduces the rationale, theory and psychotherapeutic practice of psychodrama. It providing an insight into its origins, outlining its techniques and bringing to life the dynamic interrelationships which form the core of the practice.
Following the theatrical process that lies at the heart of psychodrama, the book shows how the enactment of scenes from the past, present or future, whether real or imagined, can benefit the group of individuals involved, leading to unexpected insight and growth through creativity and spontaneity. Psychodramatic terms and processes are explained and illustrated using numerous examples from practice.
Lively and informative, Psychodrama is an invaluable starting point for all those curious to learn about the approach, particularly new trainees or clients, and practising therapists who use other methods.