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Finding ourselves in a changing world – A sociodramatic exploration

Creating social transformative spaces through sociodrama can empower us in our community contexts. Sociodrama is a method by which a group of individuals select and spontaneously enact a specific social situation common to their experience. In doing this, Sociodrama can provide an action forum for example for resolving conflicts among people with different views or for exploring alternative future plans. After warming up the group to find the themes which are currently of interest or concern, we will choose some of them to explore in action.

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Kate Bradshaw Tauvon

Psychotherapist, Supervisor, Group Psychotherapy & Psychiatry Teacher, & EMDR Consultant in Stockholm/ internationally. Former President of IAGP. Directs Genuine Encounters Centre for Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy (GECP). Editor/Author The Handbook of Psychodrama Routledge 1998 Karp, Holmes, & Bradshaw Tauvon and Empowering Therapeutic Practice 2014 JKP Holmes, Farrall, & Kirk.
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