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By Paul Wilkins

`As with all Wilkins writings the ebook is thorough and well-researched, with a wealth of data bobbing up from broad readership and private communication.... my very own view is that the e-book fulfils its objective as an advent to psychodrama for the viewers it addresses. It is also filled with information regarding components which skilled psychodramatists and sociodramatists will desire to debate' - British Psychodrama organization magazine The textual content unfolds in any such approach that the principal characteristic of psychodrama as an motion treatment is spontaneously made appear. The publication is nice for college kids of this system and will be a difficult refresher for practitioners within the box. all of the distinctive phrases utilized by psychodramatist

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The enaction may focus entirely on 'real' scenes; that is, the events and places portrayed are as the protagonist remembers them. A typical psychodrama process is for the director and protagonist to work together to build a scene which is, in effect, a statement of the issue or problem in the present or recent past and to use this as a trigger for other scenes. Sometimes the director asks the protagonist if they are reminded of another time when they felt as they do in the scene, sometimes this trigger is sponta­ neous: Andrea's first scene was in the dining room of the home she was leaving after twenty years.

I am equally fond of working with groups who meet regularly (perhaps once a week for two or three hours) or inten­ sively over a whole day or longer. I do not conduct a formal assessment but I do like to offer potential clients the chance to get to know me before committing themselves to working with me. Other psychodramatists prefer to work alone, some work in a purposely designed psychodrama space with a designated stage and for some referral and assessment are an important part of the process.

Sometimes, the words of the double, although 'inaccurate', stimulate the protagonist's self-awareness: 'No it isn't like that - it's like this . . ' Mirroring Mirroring is a psychodramatic method for letting a protagonist view a scene from the outside. The protagonist is replaced by an auxiliary and leaves the scene and watches as the action continues or is replayed. Blatner with Blatner (1988: 169) call this 'the human 35 PSYCHODRAMA version of videotape playback'. They also warn that mirroring is a powerful technique which 'must be used with discretion'.

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