Psychodrama

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  • Created on: 13-05-16 23:22
What are the main components of psychodrama?
Role-taking, Role reversal, The mirror technique, The double
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What is the director's job?
To direct the therapy, debrief, supervise
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What are the auxilliary egos?
People which help to act out the memory or experience of the protagonist.
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What could the auxiliary egos act as?
Parts of the protagonists mind or family members etc
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Who is the protagonist?
The person who's life we are acting out in order to help them gain insight into particular events in their life.
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What is role reversal?
Reversing roles so that the protagonist can gain insight into how other people might have felt.
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Why is role reversal useful?
The protagonist is usually disattached and doesn't realise how other people feel.
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What is the double?
When the auxiliary egos act out certain parts of the protagonists mind
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Why is the double useful?
It helps the protagonist gain insight into why they might have done what they did
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What is the mirror technique?
When one of the auxiliary egos re-enact the scene and play the part of the protagonist
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Why is the mirror technique useful?
It helps the protagonist gain insight into how others see them or how their actions look to others
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