Psychodrama in the transgeneracional psychoterapy

  • Manuela Maciel
Keywords: Transgeracional, Family, Psychodrama, Genosociogram, Psychogenealogy

Abstract

The author describes her approach to transgenerational psychotherapy and finishes with a case study from her clinical practice to illustrate patterns, theories and application of this model of psychotherapy. In particular, she describes the main techniques used by her which include genosociogram, family atom, miniatures, sculpting, and psychodrama.

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Published
2020-01-20
How to Cite
Maciel, M. (2020). Psychodrama in the transgeneracional psychoterapy. Revista Brasileira De Psicodrama, 22(1), 92-99. Retrieved from https://revbraspsicodrama.emnuvens.com.br/rbp/article/view/372
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Brief Communications