A Clinician's Guide to Psychodrama: Third Edition

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Springer Publishing Company, Apr 10, 2001 - Psychology - 209 pages

In this update of a popular text, Leveton draws from the works of Moreno, Erickson, Satir, and Perls. She fashions a psychodramatic approach that will help therapists practice more effective group work. New to this edition is material on drama therapy and supervision in institutional settings.


"...a delightful and informative journey into a world of psychodrama for both the experienced and newly-trained timid clinician. Ms. Leveton has clearly vitalized the use of psychodrama."
-- (about the second edition)


"...relevant, alive and exceedingly helpful."
--Virginia Satir, From the Foreword to the first edition

 

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Contents

1 Whos in Charge?
1
2 Seating Arrangements
19
3 The WarmUp
23
4 The Double
51
5 Role Reversal
75
6 The Sociogram
81
7 The Empty Chair
87
8 Six Characters in Search of a Personality
93
12 Permission for Spontaneity
131
13 Resistances and Some Ways of Dealing with Them
135
14 Trance and Psychodrama
145
15 Psychodrama or Drama Therapy?
151
16 Closure
157
Three Examples
165
Epilogue
183
Glossary
189

9 The Given Scene
103
10 Magic Shop
109
11 Masks
121
Bibliography
197
Index
201
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