What is Sociometry?
Sociometry is the quantitative study and measurement of relationships within a group of people. Information gathered through a survey asks about connections with others in the group. The resulting dynamics are charted and analyzed for greater insight for managers and to inform training interventions.
The term “psychodrama” refers to a range of action methods that examine problems or issues raised by an individual. It is different from a sociodrama in that a psychodrama examines real-life scenarios from an individual’s life, not hypothetical social scenarios.
Equine Assisted Learning
EAL is an experiential learning methodology in which participants interact and move freely with horses in a closed arena. Participants project and analyze their situations, make connections, and find their own solutions to personal growth goals with the horses. Since the solutions are personally experienced in conjunction with intellectual understanding, they tend to be deeper, more profound, and longer lasting.