Our fundamental goal is to empower individuals and groups from diverse backgrounds, cultures and religions accessing their ability to find spontaneity and create the change that is beneficial for everyone involved.
When there is chaos and uncertainty it challenges us to find new creative solutions and go beyond the established old models.
It may be used in various clinical and community-based settings in which other group members (audience) are invited to become therapeutic agents (stand-ins) to populate the scene of one client. Besides benefits to the designated client, "side-benefits" may accrue to other group members, as they make relevant connections and insights to their own lives from the psychodrama of another.
Sociometry is the study of social relations between individuals—interpersonal relationships. We involve techniques for identifying, organizing, and giving feedback on specific interpersonal preferences an individual has. For example, in a psychodrama session, allowing the group to decide who the protagonist shall be, involves sociometry.
Sociodrama - involves action techniques that explore the underlying issues within a group.