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The leader of a Psychodrama session (usually a psychotherapist, psychologist, counsellor or other mental health professional) who by his/her actions is aimed to help the protagonist enact significant scenes from his life and experiences in a meaningful and therapeutically beneficial way. The Psychodrama Director is also responsible for the overal psychotherapeutic process in the Psychodrama group. According to the founder of Psychodrama, J. L. Moreno, the Director is one of the five basic Elements of Psychodrama:

  1. Protagonist,
  2. Auxiliary Ego,
  3. Audience,
  4. Stage and
  5. Director.

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