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Санитарный день в “Волшебной лавке”.Предисловие

Е.Л. Михайловой 5

Предисловие Дж. Д. Морено 8

Введение 11


История 19

Тройственная система 19

Эклектизм 19

Применение 20

Структура 20

Теория 21

Исчерпывающее определениепсиходрамы 21

Время и частота сессий(“когда”) 23

Пространственное окружение(“где”) 25

Характеристики клиента (“длякого”) 25

Характеристики терапевта(“кем”) 29

Характеристики группы

и вспомогательных лиц (“скем”). 29

Результат психодрамы 31

Иллюстрация психодраматическойсессии 32

Заключение 37

2. Теория 38

Метанаучная рамка рассмотрения 39

Терапевтическая практика 42

Теоретические посылки 43

Заключение 52

3. Психодраматист 53

Профессиональные ролипсиходраматиста 54

Заключение 66


Личность харизматическоголидера 71

Отдельные последователи

и идеализация ими лидеров 72

Группы с установкой назависимость 73

Психодраматическая ситуация 74

Терапевтическая ценность

харизматического лидерства 77

Советы лидерам 80

5. Терапевтические аспекты 81

Терапевтические аспекты 81

Доверять или не доверять 89

Заключение 91

6. Катарсис 92

Историческое развитие 92

Переживание катарсиса 94

Катарсис как лечение 96

Роль катарсиса в психодраме 100

Заключение 102

7. Инсайт-в-действии 104

Инсайт-в-действии 106

Процесс достиженияинсайта-в-действии 108

Достижение инсайта-в-действии

без помощи интерпретации 109

1. Обучение через непосредственныйопыт 111

2. Обучение через действие 113

3. Некогнитивное научение 115

Заключение 116

8. “Теле” 118

Ментальные репрезентации 120

Перенос 121

Контрперенос 122

“Теле” 125

Реальные реакции против реакцийпереноса 127

Вспомогательное лицо 130

Прозрачность 132

Заключение 133

9. “Как будто” 135

“Как будто” в психодраме 135

Терапевтические методы,

основанные на использованиивоображения 138

Терапевтическое значение “как будто” впсиходраме 140

Сверхреальность 141

Процедуры взаимодействия с внешнейреальностью 143

Ролевая игра и принятие роли 146

Принятие роли в театре 148

Ролевая игра и достоверность 149

Заключение 151

10. Отыгрывание в действии 152

Отыгрывание в действии 152

Отыгрывание в действии впсихоанализе 153

Отыгрывание в действии впсиходраме 154

“Игра вовне” 156

Терминология действия 158

Примеры 159

Заключение 161

11. Магия 163

Магия 164

Неспецифические факторыизлечения 165

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