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    Psychodrama and CBT for Depression. The Hamamci (2006) study compared the effects of a psychodrama program that was integrated with cognitive behavioral group therapy for the treatment of depression. Psychodrama is a method of exploring psychological and interpersonal challenges by having participants enact the related events in their lives instead of only talking about them. Psychodrama techniques are especially helpful in situations where irrational beliefs cannot be detected by writing them down or through Socratic questioning. The action-based method can make it easier to dispute irrational beliefs, in comparison to the verbal method (Avrahami, 2003). Furthermore, role playing in psychodrama can offer individuals the opportunity to generate…

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    Our Time Is Up Analysis

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    After viewing the short film “Our time is up” by Rob Pearlstein, I was able to place the five components of the plot structure diagram as presented in theatre class. The five plot structure is, exposition, inciting event, raising event, climax, and falling action. The exposition is the beginning of the plot, it sets the foundational background of the main character or the story. At the opening of the story, you see a time clock set, an immaculate environment where everything is not just clean…

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    Psychodrama Case Study

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    Group B addressing the following: Describe each of the parts involved with psychodrama and explain the importance of each in the psychodrama process. How do you view psychodrama in light of your faith? The director — As the title implies, the director is the group leader trained in psychodrama that facilitates dramatic actions exhibited by the members of the group (American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama (ASGPP), 2014; Gimenez Hinkle, 2008, p. 408; Psychology Encyclopedia,…

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    Creative Arts Therapy, specifically psychodrama or drama therapy has the potential to revolutionize care of patients suffering from emotional trauma including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Drama therapy is a group activity developed by the psychiatrist Jacob Moreno who used “enactments of real-life situations to reveal the attitudes, beliefs, feelings, and values that underlie social interactions, thus deepening our understanding of them” (Leveton). Given the universality, and ease of…

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    Group Counseling Type: Psychodrama I chose to examine psychodrama because I am learning to lead it as a staff member at events conducted by the Mankind Project. I have limited experience at this time but have witnessed its cathartic results first and second hand as both a leader and a protagonist. Psychodrama therapy presupposes the client is committed to the action phase and beyond the contemplation phase in their own recovery. My stance on addiction is that, while it is great that the…

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    term that is used to illustrate the process of treating psychological disorders and mental illness (Cherry, 2015). Specifically, Moreno’s psychodrama therapy is a type of group psychotherapy, which aims to ameliorate participants’ social communications skills, re-build their self-assurance, and enable them to express their positive and negative emotions in a safe and supportive environment (Blatner, 1988; Wilkins, 1999). According to Yehoshua and Chung (2013), there are three fundamental stages…

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    consisted of forming friendly liaisons, uncovering the capabilities and needs of students and creating correct outlooks in students in reference to the community, home, and school. Another turning point in the early 1900’s was in the 1930s when the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) group was established. This group was the first major self-help group. During this time, psychoanalytic group analysis also materialized. In the 1940s was when the introduction of group work began. Moreno created the…

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    9/11 American Culture

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    She also implores into the role of literature in our understanding of the human psyche and public affairs. Another paper entitled “Terrorism as a Gendered Familial Psychodrama in John Updike's Terrorist” by Alaa Alghamdi of Taibah University was published in Moderna språk in 2015. The paper explores the idea that logical and thematic inconsistencies in the novel, including deep ambivalence in the depiction of the female characters, are devices deliberately put in place to highlight a gendered…

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    Literature also identifies other practical ways that can be utilized to become self-aware which include feedback from a genuine person, talking to a mentor or a friend, reflection on one’s own actions, learning about body language, and practicing mindfulness and meditation (Gessler and Ferron, 2012). The most common strategies used in nursing is reflection which includes reflecting on our positive experiences and learning from our weaknesses (Gessler and Ferron, 2012). Another strategy used is…

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    Dr. Tehrany

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    Dr. Armin Tehrany has once again shown his love and support for the movie industry. The second movie Dr. Tehrany is proudly part of called “Thirst Street” is set to have the world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival next month in the US Narrative Competition. For this highly, Dr. Tehrany gladly joins the movie team as one of the executive producers. The “Thirst Street” is an intriguing retro-style psychodrama directed by Nathan Silver, and written by Silver and C. Mason Wells. This…

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