Psychodrama is a means of exploring our
lives together with other people in spontaneous role-playing action.
It is therapeutic in the widest sense, providing us with opportunities
to investigate and integrate body, mind and spirit, and to connect
more deeply with others than we often do in our normal day-to-day
life. A fundamental goal of psychodrama is to help us activate
and expand our individual and collective spontaneity and creativity.
The basic elements (operational components) of psychodrama are:
(Excerpted From The American Society of Group PsychoTherapy and Psychodrama Web-site)
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