While this work takes place within a group, psychodrama focuses on addressing individual participant concerns, rather than shifting a group dynamic.
In an intimate group setting, we use various action methods to examine problems or issues raised by individual participants. Within a safe environment, psychodramas examine real-life scenarios from an individual’s life, instead of hypothetical social scenarios. As a result, participants can experience increased insight and personal growth, clarification of deep-rooted issues, greater physical and emotional well-being, and enhanced learning and development of new skills.
Due to the highly sensitive nature of topics discussed, we facilitate a closed psychodrama group that opens to new participants twice a year.