Psychodrama Workshop


Past Event

Psychodrama Workshop

May 3, 2019
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Room 305, Columbia School of Social Work

Registration Closed

Psychodrama was developed by Jacob.L.Moreno in the 1920s. It is an experiential method of group psychotherapy that uses action techniques to explore the root of psychological and social problems.

The unique charm of psychodrama lies in its emphasis on action. During the process, we have possibilities to explore our past, present or future. Our real-life situation, dreams, emotions or relationships also can be presented in a safe space. Psychodrama has been applied to diverse age and group. It can be used alone or in combination with other treatments. In this workshop, you will understand the elements and structure of psychodrama and experience the operation.

Workshop Leader: Dr. Xiaohui Wang, a visiting scholar at Columbia University, associate professor of the China University of Labor Relations. She teaches the Introduction of Social Work, Group work, Act In. She has received more than 800 hours of training in psychodrama and has a wealth of experience in leading psychodrama groups.

Columbia Affiliations
China Center for Social Policy