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.
Our psychodrama group is a closed group that opens to new participants only twice a year to provide greater intimacy for participants. Similar to a sociodrama, a psychodrama facilitates insight and personal growth, clarifies issues, increases physical and emotional well being, enhances learning and develops new skills.
For more information on Psychodrama and how it can be used, see the following resources:
British Psychodrama Association (http://www.psychodrama.org.uk/what_is_psychodrama.php)