Psychodrama can be as simple as one client sitting across from another, where the first client pretends to be his or her persecutor, and the second client responds. Afterwards, the first client may see new ways of dealing with his or her persecutor, and the persecutor's words may be less impactfull. There are many other kinds of psychodrama methods, all designed to use role playing, physical activity, drama, or trust challenges to bring out the emotions of the clients.
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The American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama
Provides information on its mission, membership, news, a bibliography, psychodrama, sociometry, events, conferences, a research and practice journal, regional chapters for members, training institutes, certification requirements, and links to resources and related sites.
Artreach, Inc.
Nonprofit mental health agency comprised of original theater scripts about mental illness, and a consumer-run recreational program. Links to mental illness news and how to book a performance.
Australia and New Zealand Psychodrama Association
Includes information on psychodrama, related links, certification, conferences, and world resources.
The British Association of Dramatherapists
Featuring FAQ, therapist directory, member support, and details of courses.
Creative Alternatives of New York (CANY)
Provides comprehensive therapeutic theatre workshops to populations with special needs, through a combination of theatre and modern group psychotherapy. Information on the history of CANY, programs, staff, resources, the annual report, board members, and related art links.
Dramatherapy in Greece and Cyprus
Definitions of Dramatherapy in both English and Greek with links to courses and professional drama therapists. Other links include services in specific cities, awards, news, a dramatherapy laboratory, publishers, journals, and resources available in Europe and Internationally (outside of Europe).
Hudson Valley Psychodrama Institute
HVPI offers professional training, clinical internships, supervision, on-site in-services, psychodrama services, and consultation to hospitals, schools, human service agencies and industry.
National Association For Drama Therapy
Includes information on education, membership, conferences, workshops, regional information, job announcements, a code of ethics, professional competence standards, a newsletter, government activities, and related links.
Only Make Believe
A nonprofit organization devoted to pediatric interactive, theatrical ventures. A kids-only area, information about the group, FAQs, a list of participating facilities, information on the players and director, fundraising, and volunteering. A project of the James and Dena Hammerstein Foundation.
Rachel Perry - United Kingdom
Dramatherapist and certificate course leader. Gives information on what is dramatherapy and links to certification courses.
Robert Brodie - Australia
Psychodrama trainer and counselor. Many links to available treatment, associations, and other psychodrama information.
Sue Daniel Workshops - Australia and International
A psychodramatist and psychotherapist in private practice, and a consulting psychologist. Conducts psychodrama training, supervision workshops, and seminars overseas.

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