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Individual analytical psychodrama

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Individual analytical psychodrama is a therapy based on role-playing and the observation of the unconscious mind.


Moreno created the psychodrama which was already a psychotherapy. Sigmund Freud wrote to him on several occasions.

Psychoanalysts were interested in this method and adapted this to psychoanalysis principles.


The practice is divided in three times.

Scene elaborationEdit

The patient and the psychoanalyst imagine a scene and allows roles to play.


The scene is played, as in its description, or maybe different.


The scene, the roleplay is thought by the psychoanalyst who explain to the patient his interpretation.

Analytical therory of psychodramaEdit


Transitionnal roleplayEdit


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