More of non-verbal expressions rather than verbal expressions.
Depicting the events and emotions in your own perspective.
Purely candid presentations instead of premeditated actions.
Going through the process with the real experience of it.
Defeat Trauma and PTSD
The emphasis of psychodrama on the responses to triggering situations is effective in addressing the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. The non-verbal expression allows the person to candidly express without the pain of formulating the right sentences for their trauma.
The embarrassment and humiliation caused due to bullying has deep roots in the emotional disturbance. Protecting the inner child while recovering from the trauma of bullying is essential to guard the emotions.
Overwhelming emotions are often difficult to process and express. Psychodrama provides a stage for catharsis that begins the process of healing those emotions which is much needed for closure and healing.
Psychodrama is a structured form of therapy in which a person dramatises a personal problem or conflict, usually in front of a group of other therapy participants. The other participants usually take part in the drama, though each performance focuses on a single person’s concerns.
The goal of psychodrama therapy is to work together in a group to achieve a better understanding of past traumas and the influence they can create.