Psychodrama: Advances in Psychotherapy and Psychoeducational Interventions

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Jesús Maya, PhD (Editor) – Lecturer in Psychology, Loyola Andalucía University, Spain
Jesús Maraver (Editor) – Tutor in Psychology, National University of Distance Education, Spain

Series: Psychology Research Progress

BISAC: PSY028000

Target Audience: Researchers in psychodrama, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists and other professionals interested in psychodrama, as well as psychologists, educators and teachers in the psychoeducational and educational context.

Description:
It has been 100 years since the creation of psychodrama. This book aims to increase the evidence of psychodrama as a theoretical and practical model for its application in psychotherapy and in psychoeducational and social interventions. It is based on the international increase of scientific contributions about psychodrama in the past few years as a model of intervention with informed evidence.

This book compiles different psychodramatic treatments for intervening in a wide diversity of profiles and settings: treatment of PTSD, adolescents with problem behavior, families, gender-based violence and prisons. Additionally, this book proposes several current techniques to be used in the psychotherapeutic and psychoeducational context: psychodramatic images, intermediary objects, masks and various role-playing methods.

In short, this book is a tool of special interest for researchers in psychodrama, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social educators and social workers. The reader can learn and enjoy the current contributions in psychodrama through the integration of research, theory and professional practice.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Traumatic Stress and Spontaneity: Trauma-Focused and Strengths-Based Psychodrama.
(Scott Giacomucci – Phoenix Center for Experiential Trauma Therapy, Media, PA, US)

Chapter 2. Ten Psychodramatic Techniques for Use in Psychoeducational Interventions.
(Jesús Maya, Lucía Jiménez, Victoria Hidalgo and Bárbara Lorence – Psychology Department, Universidad Loyola Andalucía, Dos Hermanas, Spain, et al.)

Chapter 3. Effectiveness of a Psychodramatic Intervention focused on Parent-Adolescent Relationships: The Role of Emotional Attention In Adolescents with Problem Behaviour.
(Irina Nogales, María Dolores Lanzarote, Victoria Hidalgo, Jesús Maya and Lucía Jiménez – Developmental and Educational Psychology Department, University of Seville, Seville, Spain, et al.)

Chapter 4. Psychodrama. The Model and Contributions of J. G. Rojas-Bermúdez.
(Graciela Moyano – Association of Psychodrama and Group Psychotherapy, Seville, Spain)

Chapter 5. Therapeutic Mask in Psychodrama with Adolescents.
(José Gregório Rojas, Nuno Pires, Célia M. D. Sales and Filipa Mucha Vieira – Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal, et al.)

Chapter 6. Psychodrama and empowerment in facing violence and death: Social settings beyond psychotherapy.
(Gianmarco Biancalani and Ines Testoni – Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education and Applied Psychology, University of Padova, Padova, Italy)

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