A simple definition for Psychodrama is it is an experiential form of therapy that allows for correction through re-experiencing and then dynamic improvement through expression and role rehearsal. Some of the primary techniques used in psychodrama are role reversal, mirroring, and doubling. Participants use these techniques to gain empathy and understanding, experiencing an “outside” perspective, and lastly question beliefs that have kept them stuck in particular patterns or emotional states. Psychodrama is a creative way for individuals and groups to understand and heal personal challenges that are a direct result of trauma.
Our Psychodrama groups are facilitated by certified and experienced practitioners who have been working with women in treatment for many years. Whether women have had previous experience in psychodrama or not, they have found our groups to be potent and beneficial.