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Category: Psychology
What specific psychodrama techniques are potentially useful for the kinds of groups you may lead? To what degree are you likely to include these psychodrama techniques in your group work? How comfortable do you imagine you would feel in introducing psychodrama techniques?
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Catharsis is a natural part of the psychodrama process, but it is not in itself a goal. These feelings must be worked with for integration to occur. What techniques from psychodrama would you choose to carry catharsis forward and enable integration?
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Adlerians maintain that each of us has a unique lifestyle, or personality, that starts to develop in early childhood to compensate for and overcome some perceived inferiority. How does this notion apply to you? In what ways have you felt inferior in the past? Could you interpret what you do currently as your way to strive for mastery and significan...
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Psychoanalytic group therapists pay particular attention to early childhood experiences and the past as crucial determinants of present behavior. Traditional analytic group therapy focuses on the historical basis of present behavior. What are your thoughts about this emphasis? How can you apply this focus when conducting a group?
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A basic assumption underlying psychodynamic group therapy is the notion that group members, through their interactions within the group, re-create their social situation so that the group becomes a microcosm of their everyday lives. To what degree do you agree or disagree with this premise?
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