Psychodrama refers to a therapy in which clients act out personal conflicts and feelings in the presence of others who play supporting roles.

Psychodrama refers to a therapeutic tool developed by Jacob Moreno that stimulates active involvement in the group session through role playing Moreover, Psychodrama is a form of role-playing developed by Moreno in which one patient in a group acts out a role assigned by the therapist, other patients serve as the supporting cast of "auxiliary egos," and yet other patients serve as the audience. The idea is that by listening to the responses of the auxiliary egos and the reactions of the audience, the patient in the primary role will experience catharsis and self-understanding.


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