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Therapeutic Approaches


At Georgia Family Therapy, we appreciate that healing and personal growth can be experienced in diverse ways. This belief forms the foundation for our adoption of Psychodrama, an expressive and powerful therapeutic technique that draws on the transformative power of dramatic action. It provides a dynamic and creative space for our clients to explore and resolve their issues, creating a path towards a better understanding of themselves and their relationships.

What is Psychodrama?

Psychodrama is a form of therapy that uses guided dramatic action to examine problems or issues raised by an individual. Founded by Jacob L. Moreno, Psychodrama often involves re-enacting real-life situations, past incidents, dreams, or inner mental processes in a safe and supportive environment. It is a therapeutic approach that places emphasis on expression, spontaneity, and interaction, providing individuals with a unique way to explore their personal and relational dynamics.

How does Psychodrama Work?

In Psychodrama, participants recreate specific moments or scenarios from their life under the guidance of a trained psychodramatist. They may take on various roles, use props, and interact with other group members in the dramatization. This re-enactment serves as a form of physical narrative, allowing the participant to explore their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors associated with the situation.

By giving form and voice to internal conflicts, Psychodrama allows individuals to gain new insights, increase their self-awareness, and test different responses or behaviors in a safe setting. The process encourages deep self-reflection and can lead to personal growth and behavioral change.

Who can Psychodrama Benefit?

Psychodrama is a versatile therapeutic approach that can benefit individuals across all age groups facing various challenges. It is particularly effective for individuals dealing with trauma, anxiety, depression, interpersonal difficulties, or those seeking to enhance their self-understanding. Psychodrama can also be used successfully with families or groups to improve communication and resolve conflicts.

How can Psychodrama Help you Reach your Goals?

Psychodrama offers a unique pathway towards achieving your therapeutic goals. Through the enactment of personal scenarios, individuals can gain a deeper understanding of their emotions, beliefs, and behaviors, facilitating self-awareness and change.

Moreover, Psychodrama can help improve social skills, enhance problem-solving abilities, and foster empathy and understanding of others' perspectives. It can serve as a transformative tool to help you overcome personal obstacles, improve relationships, and strive towards holistic well-being.

At Georgia Family Therapy, our trained psychodramatists guide you through this cathartic process, creating an empathetic and supportive environment that fosters personal growth and transformation.

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Challenges Addressed

Physical & Sexual Abuse


Relational Issues

Divorce & Domestic Violence

Grief & Loss

Social Skills

Emotion Dysregulation

Trauma & Adversities


Anxiety & Phobia

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