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Prof. Leni Verhofstadt-Denève (Phd., TEP) – Ghent University, BELGIUM

LECTURE

How to improve the interpersonal relationship between two protagonists?

Theory and Practice

Abstract

In this lecture we will present the application of a psychodramatical strategy to improve the interpersonal relationship between two protagonists whether or not in conflict. The direct dialogue between both protagonists is prepared step by step through an indirect intrapersonal dialogue where both simultaneously operate as actor and as silent observer; therefore referred to as the “Simultaneous Action-Observer Strategy” (SA-OS; cf. 2017)
This method can be used without a group in relational therapy with a motivated dyad (i.e. father/daughter; mother/son;…. two partners…) or also, under slightly methodological variants, within group settings (i.e. therapy- & training-groups…).

First we will explore the theoretical background. Through concrete didactical demonstration (incl. video extracts, cf. 2018). The five action stages of SA-OS will be clarified  in relation to the underlying Phe-Di PModel and recent neurological insights.

Also some variants of the SA-OS will shortly be highlighted  such as the more complex form for tackling subgroup conflicts i.e. The Double Triad Method (DTM; cf. 2012).
References

Verhofstadt-Denève, L. (2017). A Psychodrama Strategy for Conflictual Interpersonal Relationships: Theory and Practice. International Journal of Psychotherapy. A Special issue on Psychodrama Psychotherapy. 21, 2, 26-41. (The publication of this special issue coincides with the 25th anniversary of FEPTO celebrated in Sigtuna -Sweden- June, 2017).
▪Verhofstadt-Denève, L. (2018). Didactical DVD in relation to the topic of the lecture presented at the FEPTO conference, 2018 Pravetz, Bulgaria. (Will be available at the 8th Int. PD  Congress, ISEO, 2019).
▪Verhofstadt-Denève, L. (2012). Subgroup conflicts? Try the psychodramatic “Double Triad Method”. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. 32 (2), 253-281.

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Prof. Leni Verhofstadt-Denève (Phd., TEP) Ghent University, BELGIUM and Moira Verhofstadt (CP) School of Experiential-Dialectical Psychodrama

WORKSHOP

How to improve the interpersonal relationship between two protagonists?

Abstract

In this workshop we will present the application of a psychodramatical strategy to improve the interpersonal relationship between two protagonists whether or not in conflict. Based on the basic theoretical/practical insights of the former lecture, there will be ample possibility for practical experiential-learning work in small subgroups with the “Simultaneous Action-Observer Strategy”,  followed by processing.

References

Verhofstadt-Denève, L. (2017). A Psychodrama Strategy for Conflictual Interpersonal Relationships: Theory and Practice. International Journal of Psychotherapy. A Special issue on Psychodrama Psychotherapy. 21, 2, 26-41. (The publication of this special issue coincides with the 25th anniversary of FEPTO celebrated in Sigtuna -Sweden- June, 2017).
▪Verhofstadt-Denève, L. (2018). Didactical DVD in relation to the topic of the lecture presented at the FEPTO conference, 2018 Pravetz, Bulgaria. (Will be available at the 8th Int. PD  Congress, ISEO, 2019).

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Yafi Shpirer (Israel)

 Workshop

 Trabajo psicodramatico con dobles.

Cómo permitir al protagonista seguir su trabajo con dobles definidos ,basados en el modelo del BSIC PH.

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Yafi Shpirer (Israel)

 Workshop

Sociodrama en tiempos de conflictos.

Trabajo de encuentro entre subgrupos internos y externos a mí.Como las sombras enturbian el horizonte de todos.

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 Digmar Aguilera (Bolivia)

 Workshop

 El psicodrama freudiano trabaja la metodología y técnica moreniana desde una lectura sustentada en los conceptos trabajados por el psicoanalista J. Lacan.

Este tipo de intervención clínica presenta sus particularidades, en las cuales son conceptos fundamentales: la mirada, el discurso y el juego.

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 Paolo Carrirolo (Italia)

 Workshop

“Dal Teatro della spontaneità allo Psicodramma…e ritorno”

Lo Psicodramma classico come esperienza terapeutica, estetica e sociale. Lo Psicodramma classico nasce dal teatro della Spontaneità ed arriva, attraverso le vicissitudini esistenziali del suo ideatore J.L. Moreno, allo Psicodramma come intervento psicoterapeutico e socioterapeutico. In Argentina in particolare a Cordoba, grazie all’iniziativa di Maria Elena Garavelli, allieva di Dalmiro Bustos, rinasce, rivisitato, il Teatro della Spontaneità (Teatro Espontaneo). E’ mia intenzione presentare il questo laboratorio un’esperienza di applicazione dello Psicodramma classico-Teatro della Spontaneità con una particolare attenzione agli aspetti scenici, teatrali ed estetici, che utilizzo nella mia pratica clinica-psicoterapeutica.

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 Milena Mutafchieva (Bulgaria), Stefan Flegelskamp (Germany) & Reijo Kauppila (Finland)

 Workshop

 Trauma stabilization for refugee families with Psychodrama – innovation project 2017-2019

Evidence Based Trauma Stabilization (EBTS) consists of two innovative products for stabilization of traumatized children among refugee, asylum seeking and immigrant families. The EBTS-Program is a Psychodrama based short trauma stabilization process for refugee, asylum seeking and immigrant families. In the EBTS-Training psychologists, social workers, educators and other professionals learn to conduct the EBTS-Program in groups of refugee families.
The project has been funded with support from the European Commission
This project is born in the present need of more effective working with refugee, asylum seeking and immigrant families. The European situation is challenging, and as professionals we should find new ways of supporting the integration of refugees in our society. One way to do it, is to support constructive relations between children and parents and to develop resilience in the families. Most of refugee, asylum and immigrant families have some kind of trauma experience in their original country or on their way to destination country
EBTS re-connects traumatized children to their parents and thus to their most important binding resource. EBTS uses the language of the children: Playing.
EBTS combines psycho-education on trauma with child-friendly and children-psychodrama playful stabilization techniques
EBTS provides helpers with the latest knowledge in the field of trauma using experience-oriented and action-oriented methods.
EBTS stabilizes children, parents and helpers.

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Stefan Flegelskamp (Germany), Milena Mutafchieva (Bulgaria)

Workshop

“A child is very serious when playing“ J. Rousseau

The psychodramatic therapy of children differs profoundly from treating adults with this method and demands a lot of the psychodrama therapist. Children communicate differently from grown-ups. Playing is their instrument of expressing their inner world and they use symbols to do so. One can say: Playing is their „royal way“ to express the unconscious. They search for their possibilities by „Doing and Acting“. They test their inner images by acting it out and bringing it on the appropriate stage.
Children play, choose subjects, places and roles. That is the way they express themselves, develop and have fun. Presumably this is the origin of the psychodramatic therapy. Jacob L. Moreno based his psychodramatic work on this kind of play and included the basic steps and elements of the human development.
Children are characterized by an outstanding creativity. They can change sorrowful situations into a game with symbols and find solutions for their own conflicts. Constitutive psychodramatic fundamental techniques are adopted by the vivid, childish play. Children psychodrama supports the self-development and the advancement of children in a special way.
Concept
The course teaches the basics of this symbolic play with children in theory and practice, corresponding psychodramatic techniques for action and the appropriate use of psychodramatic options for intervention in both group and individual therapy.
Target Group
Professionals who work with children educationally and / or therapeutically such as child and adolescent psychotherapists, physicians, psychologists, mental health and social workers, teachers, and educators.

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IAGP International Psychodrama Conference 2019

4/9/2019 - 8/9/2019, Iseo (BS) - Italy

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