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One on One Psychodrama Therapy

August 1st - 12th



This module is a powerful and rare training.

You will learn and practice the fundamentals of psychodrama and group dynamics, and then delve deep into implementing these psychodrama techniques into one on one therapy. 

In this intensive you will experience both the power of the group setting and the intimacy and depth of one on one sessions.

One on one psychodrama therapy is fascinating and engages the creative and spontaneous forces of the therapist and the client or, in the language of psychodrama, the director and the protagonist, for the benefit of the therapeutic process. It enhances the individual's ability to develop, to know oneself, to change patterns and behaviors, to learn, and to experience.

It allows the individual to enter a powerful space that operates on multiple dimensions and brings about improvements and better results in a shorter time. 

Psychodrama therapy provides an opportunity not only to talk about it but also to act it out.

To exchange roles with significant characters, to delve into internal conflicts, to be the director, actor, and spectator in the overall performance of life's journey.

In the personal process, the therapist is required to engage additional parts of themselves and the protagonist (the client) - parts such as spontaneity, creativity, role-playing, use of props, and more.

Who is this module suitable for?

For those interested in enriching and upgrading their therapeutic skills and approaches - This module will significantly upgrade your toolbox for your one-on-one practice.

For professionals in fields such as psychotherapy, counselors, coaches, educational consultants, organizational consultants and managers, complementary medicine therapists, social workers, psychologists, and therapy students.

For individuals who are seeking personal healing and growth, this module provides a powerful platform for self-exploration, realization and transformation. Through the integration of psychodrama techniques into one-on-one therapy, you will learn and experience practical tools and skills to enhance your personal healing journey.


Admission requirements:

Personal interview, relevant studies and training in the therapy field, or professionals who facilitate groups, education, and organizational consulting that are not therapists.


Course Structure and Curriculum:

This module is divided into two stages.

Fundamentals: In this stage we will learn the building blocks of psychodrama therapy. We will  experience the emotional aspects of working in a group through the use of the psychodramatic space,  playback theater, and the inner child model. We will learn and experience how these integrate into the group therapy process and explore group dynamics and their impact on self realization and transformation.

Advanced: We will learn interventions in individual therapy, practice and master the techniques of psychodrama, observe and analyze complex individual therapy processes using psychodrama, and learn the principles of therapy in individual treatment that combine several therapeutic work methodologies.

Fundamentals Stage:

Methodology 1: Free Flow Dynamics of Psychodrama in a Group

The aim of this methodology is to provide a significant emotional experience of psychodrama as part of group therapy. Participants will personally undergo a psychodrama process within the group, thereby integrating the significance of psychodrama as a therapeutic tool into their emotional body. This stage is essential as psychodrama is a method that extensively works with the emotional and unconscious body, and it is crucial to experience it firsthand in a group setting.

Methodology 2: Learning the Fundamentals of Psychodrama

The aim of this methodology is to teach the working techniques of psychodrama, practice them, and embed them both as knowledge, technique, and emotional experience. Within the foundation stage, we will learn various techniques, including doubling, role reversal and role inversion, sociometry, working with actors, the role of the director and actor, the protagonist as the assisting ego, working with senses, working in the space with different elements in the room, accessing characters within oneself, working with the body in psychodrama, action techniques combined with playback in individual therapy, and creating a psychodramatic therapeutic space.

For more details on what is covered in the psychodrama fundamentals section click here

Advanced Stage:

Methodology 3: Psychodramatic Therapeutic Thinking and Implementation

In this stage, seven therapeutic approaches will be taught and practiced. These approaches include the inner child, therapy of inner parts of the psyche, here-and-now therapy in space, role theory, defense mechanisms in psychodrama, psychodrama and dreams, spontaneity and creativity in the therapeutic process, and more.

Methodology 4: Observing and Analyzing Individual Psychodrama Therapy Processes from three perspectives:

Directing - What could have been done differently in terms of directing on the psychodrama stage.

Analysis - Thinking that analyzes and explores different intervention methods in therapy combined with psychodrama.

Therapy - What was the therapeutic value of the psychodramatic interventions that were conducted.

Other topics covered include:

Conflict management among individuals using psychodramatic tools.

Working with the time axis, inter-psychic psychodrama, the inner judge, role theory, and more.

Understanding and analyzing therapeutic options on stage, drawing on several approaches.

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