Psychodrama is now being employed as an exercise in treatment sessions in numerous therapy centers. Psychodrama in rehabilitation makes it possible for the actual patients the opportunity to be in a position to see themselves from the viewpoint of others in their lives, especially family members, friends and other loved ones. The insight which they acquire by appearing in times of role reversal can provide the rehab client a greater self confidence in themselves that can lead to a productive recovery.
The patient doesn’t continually tackle the role of another person and act out how they think a circumstance would play out. Frequently psychodrama requires the particular person actively playing themselves as another can take on the part of the patients inner voice. In some instances, an addict will speak directly to the drugs or substance that they are addicted to. The treatment was created by J.L. Morenom M.D. Since the early 20th century it’s been employed to address several problems as well as alcohol dependency, drug abuse, depressive disorders as well as anxiety.