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This area is designed to compliment our psychodrama training programs as well as hold articles that are stimulating and challenging.

Sociodrama and related articles from the journal Sociatry from 1947 through to the Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodram

33 Sociodrama and related articles from the journal Sociatry from 1947 through to the Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama in 2007

Beautifcul statistics - Hans Rosling

For the first time, Gapminder can now visualize change in life expectancy and income per person over the last two centuries. In this Gapminder video, Hans Rosling shows you how all the countries of the world have developed since 1809 - 200 years ago.

Mindwise - a great book by Robert Epley

In Mindwise, Epley, a social psychologist at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, expertly reviews a wide range of work of this kind to help us understand our “real sixth sense”: our ability to make accurate inferences about what other people are thinking. Even by age two, humans are far better at making such inferences than the most intelligent animals are—but we never get very good at it.

For those that like to weep

I've been reveiving emails from Nic Askew who uses film brilliantly to craft what he calls Soul Biographies. I don't watch them all - but this one got through the filters with a title like Last night, Charlie sliiped away from this world.

Mircobes Rule:

        Adrian Woolfson examines four books on the microbiological universe that churns within us

What is the Stream of Consciousness (School of Life)

The stream of consciousness refers to the passage of many thousands of images and ideas through our minds every day, very few of which we manage to arrest and examine in any detail. Accurate self-knowledge depends on patiently sitting on the bank of the stream of consciousness - identifying and extracting insights.

Using sociodrama to explore and engage with complex thematic metaphors

This paper presents an application of sociodrama and sociometry in a session at a Gestalt Australia and New Zealand (GANZ) conference. The purpose of this paper is to present and consider the use of these methods in non-problem oriented contexts. The examples in the paper are written in present tense using an annotated narrative style which allows for an explication of the ideas and concepts from sociodrama, sociometry and psychodrama as they arise in the narrative. The paper begins with a brief introduction of the concepts of psychodrama, sociodrama, and sociometry. Then follows an example of a sociodramatic enactment including a group warm-up phase, an enactment phase, and a sharing phase. The paper concludes with a brief discussion of the value of this type of process in such a setting.

Writing and its many discontents

This resource has a list of articles and materials that are designed to make the creative act of writing both understandable as well as easier. It focuses on what good writing might be as well as who we are writing for.

Overcoming Bad Inner Voices

All of us have deeply unhelpful inner voices inside us, dragging us down with criticisms and unfair accusations. Wisdom involves learning how to replace them with more benevolent guides.

How to ruin your relationship

This is one of a series of videos that are designed to parody relationships and oddly, indicate some of the ways that might be mucking them up.

Ruining your relationship is something you're going to do. Why not become more successful at ruining your relationship by learning to do it quicker? In this video, I give you relationship advice that will ruin your relationship fast. Results are guaranteed.