Primarily a technique of group psychotherapy which involves a structure, directed, and dramatised acting out of the patient's personal and emotional problems. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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(si″ko-drah´mә) a form of group psychotherapy in which patients dramatize their own or assigned life situations in order to achieve insight into personalities, relationships, conflicts, and emotional problems, and to alter faulty behavior patterns.
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group psychotherapeutic technique in which patients more or less spontaneously dramatize their personal problems before an audience of fellow ... [1 related articles]
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psychodrama 1. A form of psychotherapy in which a patient acts or performs extempore with or in front of fellow patients and therapists in a way that dramatizes the patient&$146;s problems or difficulties; an extempore psychotherapeutic play of this kind. 2. Patients act out assigned roles and, in so doing, are able to gain insight into their own
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Psychodrama is a method of psychotherapy in which clients use spontaneous dramatization, role playing and dramatic self-presentation to investigate and gain insight into their lives. Developed by Jacob L. Moreno, M.D. (1889-1974) psychodrama includes elements of theater, often conducted on a stage where props can be used. By closely recreating rea
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As a film genre a psychodrama gives a direct voice to the psyche of a director and/or filmmaker. On the screen it appears to yield an idiomatic synthesis of spontaneity and improvisation because it does not follow the course of a conventional narrative. Rather, a psychodrama is associated with the patterns and subjectivity of the filmmaker often de
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Type: Term Pronunciation: sī′kō-drah′mā Definitions: 1. A method of psychotherapy in which patients act out their personal problems by spontaneously enacting without rehearsal diagnostically specific roles in dramatic performances put on before their patient peers.
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(see Drama Therapy)
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