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Psychodrama and Modern Psychotherapy

2005, No 4
(October - December)

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Contents


Psychodrama in cultural context

P. P. Gornostay. Hunting for Wolves, or Vladimir Vissotsky's Psychodrama

Theory and techniques

Yaacov Naor. The Theater of the Holocaust

Case study

S. A. Kulakov. Healing Aspects of Supervision: Case Study
O. S. Isaenko. Case Study of School Disadaptation in Psychoanalytical Context
R. A. Solotowitski. Psychodrama of a Russian Girl

Nationals in foreign classics

S. Resnik. Mental Space. Second Chapter (Chapters from the Book)

Standards

Code of Ethics and Practice for Psychodramatist (FEPTO)

Summaries


P. P. Gornostay. Hunting for Wolves, or Vladimir Vissotsky's Psychodrama

In the article Vladimir Vissotsky's creative work is analyzed from positions of the psychodramatic approach, features of his personality and their connection with a tragic life script are investigated. Special attention is given to the subject of death becoming central in all poet's creations. Contradictions of his personality, his struggle against own tragic script was disclosed. Despite these tragic element it was life asserting.

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Yaacov Naor. The Theater of the Holocaust

This article is about Yaacov Naor's special psychodramatic work with children of Jewish survivors of the Holocaust together with the children of German parents of the second world war generation. The article shows that Theater and Psychodrama is an arena which conflict and agony can be contained. It shows how Psychodrama as an expressive technique, can become means of confronting the legacy of evil, yet creating a new hope for dialogue between enemies. It shows how Psychodrama can become a bridge-building process, instead of prejudges, criticism or judgment.

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S. A. Kulakov. Healing Aspects of Supervision: Case Study

It is emphasized that supervision is first of all treatment of treatment (instead of the expert). The thesis is put forward that supervision can and should solve therapeutic problems. The case of psychotherapists with symptoms of professional burning out is presented. Psychodramatic techniques were used, including plural duplication in studying countertransference concerning the patient with borderline personality disorder.

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O. S. Isaenko. Case Study of School Disadaptation in Psychoanalytical Context

The article illustrates the possibilities correction of aggressive behavior as adaptive phenomenon in process of sand-play therapy. The special attention is given to transference and counter-transference in work with children.
Key words: school adaptation, children's psychoanalysis, aggressive subjects, dynamics of transference.

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R. A. Solotowitski. Psychodrama of a Russian Girl

The author of article frequently works with Russian-speaking people living in Europe. Among his clients are mixed families where people speak two languages and where different cultures are meeting. Children, who grew up in such families, encounter problems still insufficiently investigated by our psychologists. Presented text collects a few cases very typical for a modern mass culture. Therefore, the described situation is quite typical for any country.

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S. Resnik. Mental Space. Second Chapter (Chapters from the Book)

This publication is the second chapter from the book "Mental Space" Salomon Resnik, published in Kiev in 2004. Other chapters of this book will be published in the following issues.

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Code of Ethics and Practice for Psychodramatist (FEPTO). {PDF}

In paper the Code of ethics and practice for psychodramatist, offered for members of the Federation of European Psychodrama Training Organizations (FEPTO) is described.

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