Acting-In: Practical Applications of Psychodramatic Methods, Third Edition

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Springer Publishing Company, 1996 - Psychology - 206 pages
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Psychodrama can be one of the most powerful tools used in psychotherapy. Charmingly illustrated with a wealth of case examples, this volume presents current training techniques and shows how to use them, whether as a complement to traditional verbal approaches, in individual or group therapy, in educational or community settings, or in many other contexts. Thoroughly updated and expanded, this third edition reviews the most recent developments in psychodrama theory, clarifies various new psychodramatic processes, and features extensive new references and an updated bibliography. In this volume, Dr. Blatner continues to provide the best practical primer of basic psychodramatic techniques.

 

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Contents

The Basic Elements of Psychodrama
1
The Auxiliary
16
The Double
28
WarmingUp
42
The Action
64
Behavioral Practice Sharing
95
Principles and Pitfalls
110
Applications of Psychodramatic Methods
124
Theoretical Issues
144
The Training of the Psychodramatist
161
A Brief History of Psychodrama
177
Bibliography
187
Index
203
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