They create a play of significant events in his life by acting out scenes related to his problem as if they were happening at the moment.
“Drama” is approached not as theatricality, but as dramaturgy. Being the author of their own inner reality, clients can revise and rethink the events of their lives and make the necessary corrections. The purpose of psychodrama is to teach the client to solve personal problems by playing out their fantasies, conflicts and fears. Psychodrama work allows clients to play out problematic situations, meet different inner parts of their personality, and see how these parts influence each other and clients’ behaviour, also, they can replace the strategies of communication with more productive ones. For instance, a client may understand how their “scared” part blocks the part that strives for happiness.
Psychodrama allows you to find new ways of behaviour, resolve conflicts, and prepare for a difficult situation. It is accessible to everyone and effective in working with children and adolescents.