Psychodrama is a creative, mind/body therapeutic approach in which clients are encouraged to use dramatization and role playing techniques in order to gain personal insights and achieve growth. Psychodrama may include the use of improv games or props and is often practiced in group situations. Psychodrama encourages clients to look at problems creatively and is founded on the belief that the best way for an individual to respond creatively to a situation is through spontaneity. In reacting spontaneously, clients may find new solutions to issues they are facing and experience increased physical and emotional wellbeing.
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I am a Board Certified Practitioner of Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy (www.psychodramacertification.org), am qualified to train therapists in this modality, and teach Psychodrama at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, OR.