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  • Issue 25 - Sociodramatic principles and big data in organisational change
    • Abstract: Browne, Rollo; Parry, Warren
      Warren recently published Big Change Best Path, a book on his work on leading organisational change. In this interview, he discusses change, his research, the links to sociodrama and psychodrama and the principles that underlie his practice. Warren was centrally involved in psychodrama from 1976 and pioneered the development of sociodrama becoming a TEP in Sociodrama in 1986. Warren subsequently set up his own consulting business, and developed ChangeTracking to assist leaders to implement change programs successfully. In 2013, ChangeTracking joined Accenture who have since used the proprietary method in large scale change initiatives. Big Change Best Path was published by Kogan Page in 2015.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 25 - Editorial
    • Abstract: Carter, Philip D
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 25 - Previous journal articles: Reflections and implications
    • Abstract: Logeman, Walter; Franklin, Kevin; Colwell, Jo-Anne; Christie, Sue; Jones, Diana; Pender, Vivienne; Guy, Claire; Cartwright, David
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 25 - Group therapy workbook: Integrating cognitive behavioral
           therapy with psychodramatic theory and practice [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Wilson, Jenny
      Review(s) of: Group therapy workbook: Integrating cognitive behavioral therapy with psychodramatic theory and practice, by Thomas W. Treadwell, Debbie Dartnell, Letitia E. Travaglini, Maegan Staats, and Kelly Devinney, Outskirts Press, 2016.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 25 - It's not so lonely on the stairs now: Linking the personal, the
           professional and the psychodramatic technique of doubling in professional
           boundary training
    • Abstract: McIntosh, Wendy
      This paper focuses on three ways in which my personal development journey has informed my work delivering individual and group training regarding the transgression of professional boundaries by health clinicians. The first aspect is the link between the experience of boundary violation in childhood and the motivation to work as a professional boundary trainer. The second element is the link between the experience of isolation as a result of childhood boundary violation, and my valuing of the psychodramatic technique of doubling in professional boundary training to enrich clinicians' understandings of themselves and their transgressions. The third thread encompasses the significance of psychodrama in helping me to integrate the personal and the professional, and thus conduct meaningful professional boundary training.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 25 - Climate change, biochar and community action: An exchange of
           letters
    • Abstract: Seligman, Katerina; Hosking, Bev; Putt, Martin
      When plants grow, they take up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. When the plants die, the carbon is released back into the atmosphere. However, if the plant mass is converted to charcoal, the carbon that was in the plant can be locked into the soil instead of being released into the atmosphere. Charcoal is made by heating biomass (plant and animal material) in the absence of oxygen. The fumes that are driven off can be fed back to fuel the furnace, and can also be captured to produce high octane fuel. The heat produced can be used to generate electricity.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 25 - Why aren't you dancing'
    • Abstract: Crane, Sara
      I have been out for dinner with my husband Simon, my brother Simon, and my sister-in-law and friend Jude. We decide to go to Stranges Lane to listen to Lyndon Puffin, a musician who is going to play at Simon's 60th birthday in a couple of months' time.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 25 - Zerka T. Moreno 13.6.1917 -19.9.2016
    • PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 25 - Dale Herron: Opportunity, courage, freedom
    • Abstract: Reid, Selina
      Dr Dale Herron expresses many roles in the AANZPA community. She is an initiator, explorer, experimenter, close companion, friend, mentor, supervisor, psychodramatist, educator and trainer. She is also a Distinguished Member of AANZPA and continues to be actively involved in the work of the Auckland Training Centre for Psychodrama.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 25 - AANZPA conference 2017
    • PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 25 - Trapped in the gap: Doing good in indigenous Australia [Book
           Review]
    • Abstract: Hutt, Jenny
      Review(s) of: Trapped in the gap: Doing good in indigenous Australia, by Emma Kowal, Berghahn Books, 2015, ISBN: 978-1-78238-604-9.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 24 - Editorial
    • Abstract: Carter, Philip D
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 24 - Psychodrama and infant mental health: An essay and a
           conversation
    • Abstract: O'Rourke, Patricia; Warne, Heather
      The context for the work is an Infant Therapeutic Reunification Service. It is a joint health and child protection initiative in South Australia that works with 0-3 year-old infants who have been abused or neglected and their parent/s. Abusive parents come to the Service with minimal relational capacity and often actively work against being in relationship as their whole experience of relationship has been frightening. The focus of the work is learning to be in relationship.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 24 - Saying yes: Embracing life as we age
    • Abstract: Nourse, Rosemary
      Elizabeth and I greet each other with pleasure. I'm standing in the passage outside our office to give participants in a new group directions to our room. In greeting me she slows, but keeps moving slowly and steadily down the long passage. Her body is angled forward, her walker bearing her weight. She's the first to arrive, as she was for every session of our previous group.

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  • Issue 24 - Evan McAra Sherrard 28.10.1934 - 21.10.2015
    • PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 24 - Setting the scene: An image maker 80 years on
    • Abstract: Hunton, Valerie
      and when I take a break, I come over to my table, and that is what I saw (the photo below secretly taken by Rex Hunton). And in that moment, I began to laugh, tingle, and it seemed like everything in me resonated with: That is me now. I Am It! That's It!

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 24 - Therapy for fallen gods
    • Abstract: Boettcher, Wilhelmina M
      Conflict everywhere Cosy peace and horror war...

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 24 - Smash Asthma: The wisdom of wheezing [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Cowan, Caril
      Review(s) of: Smash Asthma: The wisdom of wheezing, by Dr Peter Parkinson, Resource Books, 2015, ISBN: 9781877431708, RRP $20.00

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 24 - The 19th international association of group psychotherapy
           congress: Reflections and learnings
    • Abstract: Hucker, Neil; Cook, Peggy; Fisher, Annette; Cooke, Kate
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 24 - Moreno's scientific methodology: By, of and for the people
    • Abstract: Logeman, Walter
      This paper is an exposition of the scientific methodology developed by Jacob Levy Moreno. It is based on an extensive reading of his writing and the discovery that the heart of his philosophy includes a research paradigm that incorporates human spontaneity and unpredictability. Six principles have been identified and formed into a working description so that research may be by the people, of the people, and for the people. The paper invites a greater consciousness of this research methodology. The author hopes that practitioners of psychodramatic methods will be encouraged to apply it in their work.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 24 - Psychodrama: Descendant of the Shamans
    • Abstract: Howard, Katherine
      I have come to view shamanism as a predecessor of psychodrama: an ancestor. Perhaps shamanism lives in psychodrama, and psychodrama in shamanism. Perhaps they are siblings. Psychodrama and shamanism live inside me, intertwined and side by side, intimately connected. This is my world, my world view. This article is an exploration of the links between psychodrama and shamanism. As a beginning, I invite you to journey with me on a vision quest. This will serve as a grounding for later discussions.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 23 - Reflections on role theory
    • Abstract: Thomson, Vivienne
      I am a child playing in the sand arranging and rearranging the sand to create forms that are my own form of art and meaning. I am constructing and deconstructing, involved with the texture of the sand, the tactile sense of the grains passing through my hands. I notice how the sand moves in response to my touch and the weight or wetness of the mounds. Sometimes the grains sparkle and I am reminded that sand is essentially glass and a central component in the manufacturing of steel. My father works with both glass and steel - he is a sculptor and engineer. It is not lost on me how significant he is as an ever present influence on me; and my mother, too, who is a source of inspiration for my creative endeavours. All the world is in a grain of sand. The simple act of playing in the sand gives me pleasure. Others watching are also enjoying the naive play. It is even more fun when I am with playmates engaging in the sand play when the results of our collective endeavour expand, our ideas transform as we connect with each other and our constructions meet up. Our delight is mutual.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 23 - The Hauraki Seachange project: A case study of collaborative
           decision making in multi-stakeholder facilitated groups
    • Abstract: Brown, Hamish
      Creating opportunities for a community to resolve issues that affect it is an exciting and empowering notion. Central to this is a sociometric challenge. This paper describes how a large multi-stakeholder group was facilitated in a decision making process. We present the reasoning behind the use and selection of sociometric criteria and describe the application of sociometry in this facilitated process. A liberating notion is that people can work collaboratively to reach alignment regardless of what their organisational structures and decision making modes are.

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  • Issue 23 - Psychodrama in the frame
    • Abstract: Bassi, Jerri
      I facilitate groups of people commonly regarded as long-term psychiatric patients from a variety of cultures, socio-economic situations, and with a variety of diagnoses. This on-going group is funded by regional health authorities and referrals are received via multidisciplinary teams across Wellington, NZ. The 2 hour long sessions are divided into 8 week cycles which allow people to enter and leave the group. Some people remain in the group for longer periods of time, some for several cycles.

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  • Issue 23 - Editorial
    • Abstract: Carter, Philip D
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 23 - A discussion on science and research in psychodrama
    • Abstract: Carter, Philip D; McVea, Charmaine
      Phil: Hello Charmaine. I very much appreciate your paper (McVea, 2007) in the AANZPA journal. I am curious as to what impact it had. What was your motivation in presenting it and what has arisen out of it'

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  • Issue 23 - The water of life
    • Abstract: Gurnsey, Simon
      Whether as a producer, auxiliary or protagonist I love surplus reality and the metaphorical elements in psychodramas. I have been a romping dog in a drama and any number of vines, rocks and broken axe handles. I feel enlivened and relish this in others. These elements may be, and often are, expanded into a whole story, one that has an integrity to the protagonist and the group. There is a co-creation at work as auxiliaries experience the freedom of being something that isn't everyday, whether a personified rock or the warrior goddess Sekhmet.

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  • Issue 23 - Facing the empty page
    • Abstract: Nannestad, Elizabeth
      The empty page looks all innocence but has its own sense of humour...

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 23 - Impromptu man: J L Moreno and the origins of psychodrama,
           encounter culture, and the social network [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Howie, Peter
      Review(s) of: Impromptu man: J L Moreno and the origins of psychodrama, encounter culture, and the social network, by Jonathon D. Moreno, 2014. Bellevue Literary Press.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 23 - Social atom repair and lifelong learning: A tribute to Dr Joan
           Chappell 1921-2013
    • Abstract: Faisandier, John; Thomson, Vivienne
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 23 - Portrait of a woman diagnosed with borderline personality
           disorder, incorporating a Morenian perspective
    • Abstract: Cooke, Kate
      My desire to write this article was driven by two issues in my mind. Firstly, I had a desire to get to know more thoroughly Ailsa, the client featured in this article who is diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). I perceived that writing was one way I could achieve this. By "more thoroughly" I mean that I wanted to elucidate in a written form how her life events were connected to and influenced the growth of particular aspects of these disorders. Secondly, I wanted to integrate concepts from various psychological or psychiatric perspectives with my thinking as a psychodramatist.

      I attempt to demonstrate how a sense of intrinsic badness can develop in a person who becomes personality disordered. This sense of intrinsic badness has been defined as the Alien Self which can be found in many people with severe BPD. Psychodrama's developmental theory of roles is presented and extended, in conjunction with the concept of the Alien Self. I am keen for readers from the psychodrama community and others to reflect on the content of the article and to consider the relevance of the ideas presented for their own work. I would like this article to be a contribution to a dialogue in psychodrama thinking on various psychiatric mental states and their aetiology through the psychodrama lens.

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  • Issue 23 - Qualities of the AANZPA symbol
    • Abstract: Carter, Philip D
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 23 - J.L. Moreno memorial photo album [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Baakman, Paul
      Review(s) of: J.L. Moreno memorial photo album, Edited by Zoli Figlisch, 2014. Published by Zoli Figlisch.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 23 - The philosophy, theory and methods of J. L. Moreno: The man who
           would be God [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Howie, Peter
      Review(s) of: The philosophy, theory and methods of J. L. Moreno: The man who would be God, by John Nolte, 2014, Routledge.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 22 - The autobiography of J.L. Moreno M.D. [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Hucker, Neil
      Review(s) of: The autobiography of J.L. Moreno M.D. (Abridged), by Jacob Levy Moreno, The North West Psychodrama Association, UK, 2011 Edition, Lulu Prints.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 22 - Radical man: The process of psycho-social development [Book
           Review]
    • Abstract: Franklin, Kevin
      Review(s) of: Radical man: The process of psycho-social development, by Charles Hampden-Turner, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Schenkman, 1970.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 22 - A clinician's guide to psychodrama [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Wallace, Suzanne
      Review(s) of: A clinician's guide to psychodrama, by Eva Leveton, Third Edition, Springer Publishing Company, New York. 2001.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 22 - Psychodrama and insight
    • Abstract: Browne, Rollo
      Insight in psychodrama occurs through the use of basic techniques such as concretisation, role reversal and mirroring. But it is not guaranteed. Drawing on research into the neuroscience of insight, the psychodramatist can explicitly focus on simple steps to maximize the possibility of insight: setting out the dilemma, shifting to a resting state and then bringing this state of being into contact with the presenting dilemma.

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  • Issue 22 - Creative genius: A spark in a cloud of unknowing
    • Abstract: Reekie, Don
      This article presents the author's conviction and work showing that a psychodrama director learns to follow the protagonist/client and trust a wide range of interactive communications. Their full nature may be hidden from the director. The protagonist can be unconscious of specifics or relevance. The writer accepts many cognitive functions of the central nervous system happen at a speed making conscious consideration impossible. Learning is not only an intentional act but is built into our mind-body functioning. This paper posits that the instances described involve dynamic inter-play of S factor (spontaneity) and C factor (creativity) within the Morenean universe of discourse, and considers creative genius as an integrative quality common in human functioning.

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  • Issue 22 - Heart of humanity: Thinking it through with Moreno again and
           again
    • Abstract: Reekie, Don
      Don argues each concept in Moreno's vision for humanity is appreciated best when viewed in the light of all the others. He suggests that taking them one by one often leads to misinterpretation. Worse, the psychodrama community may become distanced from Moreno's core philosophies. Embracing Moreno's thinking as a whole enhances and refines the comprehension and application of his work. The central thrust of Moreno's thinking attends to a range of factors that together powerfully assist us to work effectively with the heart of humanity. Within this article, Don asks you to think of social systems, individual systems, each individual person, personality and relationships, as well as their physical and mental well-being and family health.

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  • Issue 22 - Boundary and flow: Max Clayton and psychodrama in action
    • Abstract: Farnsworth, John
      What has containment to do with the vitality of the psychodramatic method' In this article, John Farnsworth recalls a vivid demonstration by Max Clayton in 2002 of how containment and flow relate to each other. Max also raised important questions about how closely psychodrama and psychotherapy relate through these concepts. The article investigates each of these concerns, illustrating them by investigating how boundary and flow appear in different settings, whether with individuals, groups, face-to-face or online.

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  • Issue 22 - "Just an ordinary Max Clayton Person"
    • Abstract: Cammock, Peter
      I met with Max on 26 September 2002 in his home in Eastbourne, Wellington. Our conversation took place as part of research I was conducting for my book The Spirit of Leadership. The focus of the book is on the life journeys that led people into their vocational callings. Having participated in a psychodrama weekend with Max a few years earlier I was confident that he was someone who experienced his work as a calling rather than just a job or career. My assumption proved to be correct. We had a wonderful conversation in which Max related his early life experiences and told the story of his journey into psychodrama. His story has all the elements of the early intimations and later invitations that precede a significant life's work, and perhaps provides a little more understanding of how he was able to make such an extraordinary contribution through his work. It was a great privilege for me to hear Max's life story, and although it was over a decade ago I remember our conversation well and with great warmth and appreciation. In my book the final quote I referenced from our interview covered Max's reflections on his life and the deeper elements that surrounded it. This quote says much about Max's life philosophy and I think is a fitting preface to the fuller interview that follows.

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  • Issue 22 - Being and creating: Tributes to Max Clayton 1935-2013
    • Abstract: Hutt, Jenny; Carter, Philip; Thomson, Vivienne; Nakagomi, Hiromi; Howie, Peter; Brodie, Robert
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  • Issue 22 - A biographical overview: Dr G. Max Clayton 27 January 1935 - 28
           March 2013
    • Abstract: Hutt, Jenny
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  • Issue 22 - Introduction
    • Abstract: Rose, Gillian
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 21 - Still life: A therapist's responses to the challenge of change
           [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Farnsworth, John
      Review(s) of: Still life: A therapist's responses to the challenge of change, by Liz White, Liz White, Toronto, Canada 2011, ISBN 13:978-0968989616.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 21 - The words of the father (2011 Edition) [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Crane, Sara
      Review(s) of: The words of the father (2011 Edition), by J.L. Moreno, The North-West Psychodrama Association, UK 2011, ISBN 978-1-4466-0185-3.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 21 - Impromptu (2010 Edition) [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Fisher, Annette
      Review(s) of: Impromptu (2010 Edition), Edited by J.L. Moreno, The North-West Psychodrama Association, UK 2010, ISBN 978-1-4457-7730-6.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 21 - Psychodrama second volume: Foundations of psychotherapy (2011
           Edition) [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Synnot, Elizabeth
      Review(s) of: Psychodrama second volume: Foundations of psychotherapy (2011 Edition), by J.L. Moreno and Zerka T. Moreno, The North-West Psychodrama Association 2011 Original publication 1959 by Beacon House, New York ISBN 978-1-4476-4762-1.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 21 - Reflections of a first time producer
    • Abstract: Postlethwaite, Jenny
      Anyone who has trained in the psychodrama method has experienced first time production. Many have a story or two to tell in this regard. In this short informal article, Jenny Postlethwaite tells her story of producing a psychodrama for the first time.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 21 - The Moving Forward Project: 'Reflecting on the Efficacy of
           Sociodrama and Playback Theatre in Addressing Family Violence'
    • Abstract: Turner, Sandra; Boreham, Cinnamon
      The Moving Forward Project is a collective endeavour established in Dunedin, Aotearoa New Zealand to address family violence. It aims to raise awareness of the subtleties, complexities and systemic nature of domestic violence, reduce isolation for those affected by it, promote healing and strengthen moves towards change. In this article, facilitators Sandra Turner and Cinnamon Boreham describe the project's pilot programme. They discuss the way that, in designing the programme, they matched the systemic nature of family violence with the systemic perspectives of sociodrama and playback theatre. The authors also present the programme's participants and evaluation research undertaken with them at the programme's close.

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  • Issue 21 - Being an effective auxiliary: Some reflections on doubling and
           dependency in psychotherapy
    • Abstract: Brown, Hamish
      As a term, J.L. Moreno's concept of 'auxiliary' captures the idea of entering into a psychotherapeutic relationship for the purpose of consciously assisting another person to develop spontaneity in a specific context. This paper focuses on a number of important elements in this regard: the importance of being an adequate auxiliary able to enact roles in response to specific social atom constellations; the importance of doubling within a role constellation to bring about social atom repair; the importance of allowing dependency in long term therapeutic relationships so that effective auxiliary functioning is maintained over time to promote the development of progressive embryonic roles. The concept of auxiliary is particularly helpful if we keep ourselves involved with the role constellations present in a person's inner world and the needs of the client within a specific context.

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  • Issue 21 - The way we do things around here: The role of leadership teams
           in shaping progressive organisational cultures
    • Abstract: Jones, Diana
      The links between organisational culture, leadership and success continue to capture the attention of organisational leaders. Providing illustrations from her work as an organisational leadership coach and drawing on J.L. Moreno's concept of social and cultural atom, Diana Jones proposes that leaders can shape positive change in their organisation's culture by enacting and modelling progressive functioning in their relationships with one another and their staff.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 21 - A traveller's guide to supervision: Principles and practice
    • Abstract: Marks, Liz
      In this article, Liz Marks reflects on over twenty years of experience as a supervisor of counsellors. Providing illustrations, she draws out some of the principles and practices that have guided her on this journey. Of particular note are the development of adequacy in warm up, relationship and learning culture, taking a systems approach, relating to the developmental stage of the supervisee and viewing the supervision process as an ongoing, unique and highly valued enterprise for both supervisor and supervisee.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 21 - History on a bus: Using sociodrama to address racism and
           reconciliation
    • Abstract: Kearins, Helen
      In Sydney's Redfern Park on the 10th of December 1992, the launch of the International Year of Indigenous People, the then Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating delivered a ground breaking speech that gave great hope to people working for reconciliation with Aboriginal Australians. One of those inspired to continue this work, Helen Kearins developed a workshop that assists participants to own racism and move beyond it towards genuine reconciliation with Aboriginal people. In this article, adapted from her 2011 AANZPA Accreditation thesis, she demonstrates the efficacy of sociodrama in this work.

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  • Issue 21 - Dancing in the sun: The creative combination of Cognitive
           Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and psychodrama
    • Abstract: Wilson, Jenny
      Clinical psychologist and psychodramatist Jenny Wilson values many different approaches in her work as a psychotherapist, particularly the modalities of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and psychodrama. Following an earlier article comparing their origins and philosophies (Wilson, 2011), she focuses here on practical application. Working with a client who has an essay writing phobia and involving a clinical psychology trainee as observer and psychodramatic auxiliary, she demonstrates that CBT and psychodrama can be creatively combined to facilitate both effective therapy and student learning.

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  • Issue 21 - Through a glass darkly: Coming face to face with mirroring in
           psychodrama
    • Abstract: Mapel, Tim
      Mirroring is a central element in psychodrama but the term is used in variable ways in different contexts. In this article, Tim Mapel investigates these various meanings. He focuses first on the historical development of the mirror concept in the writings of J.L. and Zerka Moreno, both as a therapeutic technique and as a stage of human development. Later writings, particularly contributions by Dr. Max Clayton, are then considered followed by a discussion of the contemporary uses of mirroring in psychodramatic production. What emerges is greater clarity regarding the concept and technique of mirroring.

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  • Issue 20 - The brain that changes Itself: Stories of personal triumph from
           the frontiers of brain science, (Revised Edition) [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Hucker, Neil
      Review(s) of: The brain that changes Itself: Stories of personal triumph from the frontiers of brain science, (Revised Edition), by Norman Doidge, MD Scribe Publications, Melbourne, Australia 2010.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 20 - Sociodrama in a changing world [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Williscroft, Cher
      Review(s) of: Sociodrama in a changing world, Edited by Ron Weiner, Di Adderley and Kate Kirk Sociodrama and Actions Methods Training, UK 2011, ISBN 978-1-4466-1786-1

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 20 - The body Alchemy of psychodrama [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Fisher, Annette
      Review(s) of: The body Alchemy of psychodrama, by Rebecca M. Ridge, PhD, BRIO Books, Minneapolis, MN, USA 2009.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 20 - To Rakiura and beyond [Book Review]
    • Abstract:
      Review(s) of: To rakiura and beyond, by Sandra Turner Southern Colour Print, Dunedin, NZ 2011 ISBN 978-0-473-18201-4.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 20 - The first psychodramatic family (2011 Edition) [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Beran, Penny
      Review(s) of: The first psychodramatic family (2011 Edition), by J.L. Moreno, Zerka T. Moreno and Jonathan Moreno, The North-West Psychodrama Association, UK 2011 Originally published 1964 as Psychodrama and Group Psychotherapy Monograph No. 40 by Beacon House, New York ISBN 978-1-4467-7784-8.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 20 - A creative spirit at work in our association: Then and now
    • Abstract: Clayton, Max
      This keynote address was presented by Dr. Max Clayton to the 2011 Australian and New Zealand Psychodrama Association (ANZPA) Conference To Be And To Create, That Is The Challenge in Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand. Dr. Clayton discusses the value of the living encounter, being grounded in the present moment, doubling and role development, and then goes on to highlight some of the founding principles and activities of ANZPA. He expresses his deep appreciation of the commitment to the learning and fine practice of the psychodrama method in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand and the enlivening of the human spirit that has resulted, before turning to the matter of a vision that might carry the association and its members forward.

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  • Issue 20 - Responses to the threat of climate change: A sociodramatic
           exploration
    • Abstract: Seligman, Katerina
      Katerina Seligman describes a sociodrama undertaken during a residential psychodrama workshop, whereby sociodramatic questions regarding the global threat of climate change were posed, and a range of subgroup responses were explored. She begins with her personal story of exploration regarding climate change to warm the reader up to the sociodramatic enactment that follows. The author describes the way in which the enactment facilitated role reversal and a deepening of the understanding of conflicting values in relation to climate change.

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  • Issue 20 - Healing rifts: Sociodrama in a maternity community
    • Abstract: Reekie, Don
      Don Reekie was contracted by a New Zealand District Health Board to facilitate the healing of rifts among practitioners in a hospital maternity community. In this article he describes the efficacy of sociodrama in this work, particularly focusing on his decisions and interventions, and the responses of the participants involved. Reference is made to community members' written attestations regarding the positive ongoing consequences of the sociodramatic interventions. The author particularly acknowledges the community members and key players among them, as co-creators of a new maternity culture.

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  • Issue 20 - Psychodrama at distance: Effective supervision using
           communication technologies
    • Abstract: Farnsworth, John
      Psychodrama and electronic technologies seem unlikely bedfellows. As this paper demonstrates, they are, in fact, made for each other though surprisingly little has been written about their combined potential. Drawing on vignettes and case examples as illustration, John Farnsworth demonstrates how effective supervision can take place in the absence of a physical psychodrama stage. He describes the way in which he uses all aspects of the psychodrama method via email, phone, digital and online communications, to create warm, functional working relationships. Psychodramatists are invited to reflect on the way that psychodrama can and will be used in the emerging vibrant electronic worlds of the future.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 20 - Walking with Moreno take two: Integrating theory with practice
    • Abstract: McIntosh, Wendy
      In an article published in the 2010 ANZPA Journal, Wendy McIntosh explored the significant impact of Moreno's work on the nursing profession. In this follow up paper she presents her utilisation of role theory in work with one nursing client who has transgressed professional boundaries. Mindful of Moreno's dictum for nurses to establish and maintain a reciprocal relationship, she demonstrates the client's progress as he develops insights and roles that will assist him to maintain adequate professional boundaries in the future.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 20 - The dance of relationship: Using Moreno in workplace injury
           rehabilitation
    • Abstract: Howard, Katherine
      Katherine Howard explores the use of Moreno's methods in what has become, in Morenian terms, a robotic workplace injury rehabilitation system. Presenting two case studies as illustration, she employs the metaphor of the dance of relationship to capture the way in which psychodramatic techniques transform difference and conflict into mutuality and cooperation, habitual coping roles into fluid and progressive functioning. This article is adapted from the author's 2010 Australian and New Zealand Psychodrama Association (ANZPA) accreditation thesis, Spontaneity and Creativity at Work: The Application of Morenian Methods in Workplace Injury Management.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 20 - Surplus reality: The magic ingredient in psychodrama
    • Abstract: Watersong, Ali
      Anything that can be imagined can be created on the psychodramatic stage. This is the magic that makes surplus reality a central aspect and powerful tool of Dr. J.L. Moreno's psychodrama method. Through surplus reality a person is able to enter the unknown, live out their fantasies and become the creator of their own life. Using psychodramatic work as illustration, Ali Watersong demonstrates the way that surplus reality facilitates the development of spontaneity, brings about social atom repair and assists in the formation of a positive identity. This article is adapted from the author's 2008 Australian and New Zealand Psychodrama Association (ANZPA) accreditation thesis, The Magic of Surplus Reality: Developing Spontaneity and Bringing about Social Atom Repair.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 20 - Enlivening the Psychodramatist as writer: Lessons from great
           writers
    • Abstract: Carter, Phil
      There is a wide roaming pack of existential fools, mavericks and strangers in strange lands. Some are writers. Some are great. The great writers have achieved a working practice of spontaneity, purpose and craft. They are alchemists working with the exhilarating power of production. They engage readers as active participants in the emerging human experience, not explaining things but crafting them in a way that the reader can experience them. Their works and their lives lived are treasures for the apprentice writer. This paper presents some of these treasures. It is designed for the psychodrama enthusiast who has been keen to bring the life of the stage to the page.

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  • Issue 20 - Introduction
    • Abstract: Bona, Anna
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - Guidelines for ANZPA Journal Contributors
    • PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - Group Supervision: A Guide to Creative Practice (2nd Edition)
           [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Logeman, Walter
      Review(s) of: Group Supervision: A Guide to Creative Practice (2nd Edition), by Brigid Proctor Counselling Supervision Series, Edited by Michael Carroll and Elizabeth Holloway Sage Publications, London 2008.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - Thriving under Fire: Turn Difficult Customers into Business
           Success [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Cook, Peggy
      Review(s) of: Thriving under Fire: Turn Difficult Customers into Business Success, by John Faisandier, Steele Roberts Publishers, Wellington, New Zealand, 2009.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - The Theatre of Spontaneity (2010 Edition) [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Penny, Christian
      Review(s) of: The Theatre of Spontaneity (2010 Edition), by J.L. Moreno, The North-West Psychodrama Association 2010, Original German 'Das Stegreiftheater' Published Anonymously 1923, by Gustav Kiepenheuer Verlag, Potsdam, Germany, Original English translation by J.L. Moreno published 1947 in the USA by Beacon House, New York.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - Too Good to Last: The Death of a Caring Culture [Book Review]
    • Abstract:
      Review(s) of: Too Good to Last: The Death of a Caring Culture, by Dr. Robert Crawford, Nationwide Books, New Zealand 2009.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - Lasting Impressions: 'Robert Crawford, Queen Mary Hospital' and
           'Too Good to Last'
    • Abstract: Howie, Peter
      Peter Howie favourably reviews the book 'Too Good to Last: The Death of a Caring Culture' whilst also honouring the legacy of it's author, Dr. Robert Crawford and the unique healing institution that he developed and led at Queen Mary Hospital, Hanmer Springs, Aotearoa New Zealand.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - What Price a Smile'
    • Abstract: Moreno, Zerka
      The author talks about the recovery and the happiness of a mother and her mentally ill boy Buck.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - Thriving under Fire: 'Bringing Moreno into the Corporate
           Training World'
    • Abstract: Faisandier, John
      John Faisandier describes his adaptation and use of psychodramatic principles and practices in the corporate training world. The TUF: Thriving Under Fire programme uses action sociometry, systems analysis, role training and doubling to assist corporate staff to maintain positive relationships when facing angry and abusive customers in the heat of the moment. The author also reflects on the development of the training programme and business that he has built on Morenian principles.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - More than Picking at Scabs: 'Working with Trainee Counsellors'
    • Abstract: Winkelman, Cecelia
      Cecelia Winkelman weaves three strands together as she reflects on her use of a role training approach in the teaching of counselling. The first strand focuses on the author's methods for assisting counselling trainees to develop empathy, a na ve attitude and the ability to enter into the experience of their clients. In the second strand the use of Moreno's role training method is described, including adaptations developed by the author to maintain links with the trainee-interviewer and the trainee-interviewee as two protagonists, and the training group as the third protagonist. The third strand addresses defensiveness that emerges in the training group, including the development of safety and connection and the use of the focal conflict model.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - The Alco-Holocaust: 'Alcohol, Problem Drinkers and Psychodrama'
    • Abstract: Baakman, Paul
      Although often denied or the subject of double standards, alcohol is the main drug of choice and a serious health problem in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand. Paul Baakman shares insights flowing from his decades of work with the problem drinkers and co-dependents that result. He advocates a non-judgemental, involved and patient approach that focuses on people, relationships and connection. Effective treatment options and approaches are described and discussed, in particular the use of the psychodramatic method. The ideas are applicable to related areas such as legal, illegal or prescribed drug addiction and process addictions enacted by gamblers, workaholics and overeaters.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - Towards Healing: 'Confronting the Holocaust through
           Psychodrama, Sociodrama and Rituals'
    • Abstract: Naor, Yaacov; Goett, Hilde
      In 'Towards Healing: Confronting the Holocaust through Psychodrama, Sociodrama and Rituals', Yaacov Naor and Hilde Goett describe an on-going workshop project undertaken with second and third generation descendants of Holocaust survivors and perpetrators. They discuss the trans-generational transmission of trauma, and identify differences and commonalities between victim and perpetrator descendants as well as those from mixed backgrounds. They describe how they use psychodrama, sociodrama and ritual to bring about encounter, dialogue and the beginnings of healing.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - Walking with Moreno: 'A Historical Journey of Psychodrama and
           Nursing'
    • Abstract: McIntosh, Wendy
      Little has been written about the links between J.L. Moreno and the nursing profession. Wendy McIntosh explores nursing and academic literature and identifies strong links, many not previously reported within the context of major influences on nursing. This paper presents parallel journeys, the author's personal journey with the work of Moreno and the significant influence of Moreno's concepts and techniques on the profession of nursing since the 1930s.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - Extraordinary Children: 'Harnessing the Potency of Elemental
           Roles'
    • Abstract: Crane, Sara
      Sara Crane traces the journey of her psychotherapeutic work with three children, describing how she came to appreciate the therapeutic potency of the extraordinary elemental roles enacted by them. The work of the clinician is to understand the context and underlying value system of these frequently unattractive and antisocial roles, and to ensure that they are doubled, mirrored and harnessed to the progressive system.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - Towards, Away, Against: 'Coping Role Strategies as Attachment
           Styles'
    • Abstract: Broom, Judy
      This paper draws parallels between psychodrama role theory and attachment theory. The three coping role strategies of moving towards, moving away and moving against can be understood as attachment styles, developed in the crucible of the original social atom. This view of coping roles provides a sound basis on which to choose appropriate interventions, and builds links between psychodrama and other therapeutic modalities. The material in this paper is adapted from the author's 2008 ANZPA psychodrama accreditation thesis, Protest, Clinging and Withdrawal: Attachment Theory and the Origins of Coping Strategies.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Issue 19 - Introduction
    • Abstract: Bona, Anna
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Volume 18 Guidelines for ANZPA Journal Contributors
    • PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Volume 18 Lars and the Real Girl
    • Abstract: Hucker, Neil
      Film 'Lars and the Real Girl' directed by Craig Gillespie is a portrayal of psychodrama. Film highlights the value of a community behaving with love, safety and respect for social healing.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Volume 18 From One-to-One Psychodrama to Large Group Socio-Psychodrama:
           More Writings from the Arena of Brazilian Psychodrama [Book Review]
    • Abstract: McDonald, Judith
      Review(s) of: From One-to-One Psychodrama to Large Group Socio-Psychodrama: More Writings from the Arena of Brazilian Psychodrama, Edited, Translated and Published by Zolt n (Zoli) Figusch, 2008.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Volume 18 Sociodrama and Collective Trauma [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Hutt, Jenny
      Review(s) of: Sociodrama and Collective Trauma, by Peter Felix Kellermann, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London, 2007.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Volume 18 Looking through the Lenses: The Four Aspects of Psychodrama
    • Abstract: van Kuilenburg, Philippa
      Techniques and theory used by the psychodramatist, sociodramatist, role trainer and sociometrist are the same. All aim to provide an experience that facilitates an effective learning or therapeutic outcome for clients. Where they differ is in their focus. This paper explores the different lens used by psychodramatists, sociodramatists, role trainers and sociometrists in their work in one to one process, the therapeutic relationship, group development, education and business.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Volume 18 Self at Zero: Bringing Spontaneity to the Treatment of
           Borderline Personality Disorder
    • Abstract: Cooke, Kate
      Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a debilitating disorder of the self, the treatment of which to date has been largely confined to cognitive skills acquisition and verbal psychotherapies. This article describes the use of non-verbal kinaesthetic therapies, such as circus arts and action methods, in a specialist treatment centre. The effect of this new approach on clients at the centre is described with reference to the development of the false self, the self at zero, and the key element of spontaneity that provides the impetus for growth.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Volume 18 A Vital and Relevant Life: A Morenian Approach in Palliative
           Care
    • Abstract: Pender, Vivienne
      Moreno's philosophy is considered within the context of palliative care, specifically a Swedish model which illuminates a way of being when a family member is dying. Several examples drawn from hospice experience are described within a framework encompassing Moreno's role theory and the continua of the Swedish model, affinity-isolation, powerlessness and continuity-disruption.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Volume 18 Psychotherapist in Search of a Psychodrama Stage: Projection
           Spaces as Action Stages
    • Abstract: Hucker, Neil
      This paper elaborates six mental projection spaces of the mind (Hucker, 2006) that can be viewed as psychodramatic action stages, upon which the content of the imagination can be projected, differentially concretised and modifications of the psychodrama method applied. The application of these projection spaces will be illustrated via the description of an individual psychotherapy session. In this session, the mental projection spaces are worked with as if the therapy was being enacted psychodramatically on a psychodrama stage.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Volume 18 The Imago Affair: Jacob Moreno's Interpersonal Therapy and
           Harville Hendrix's Relationship Therapy
    • Abstract: Logeman, Walter
      Jacob Moreno's Psychodrama Interpersonal Therapy and Harville Hendrix's Imago Relationship Therapy, while different, have much in common. The meaning and origin of encounter and dialogue, and the contrast between locus and focus, are discussed with reference to ways they can be fostered. The question of professional identity and identification with a modality is raised. Some general conclusions are reached regarding the boundaries between psychodrama and other modalities.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Volume 18 Please Forget That You Know What 'Role' Means ...: The
           Pragmatics of Human Functioning
    • Abstract: Reekie, Don
      Don Reekie focuses on the pragmatics of human functioning. He considers what makes sense and how we work. You are invited to recall, review and relearn. Set aside the baggage that the word 'role' is lumbered with in the 21st century. Examine your own everyday experiences. Look at human functioning while applying Jacob Moreno's concepts and methods, centred on theatre, stage, drama, production, storyline, actors and audience. These can guide us to make sense of our ordinary everyday functioning and assist us in producing psychodrama.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Volume 18 Maria Goes to Hospital: An Original Use of the Double
    • Abstract: Fisher, Annette
      This article is focused on the importance of doubling in individual psychotherapy. J.L. Moreno used philosophy, science and knowledge of the theatre to develop the psychodramatic method, including the use of the double as a therapeutic intervention. The author summarises Moreno's stages of development, and presents a description, applications and case study of the use of the double and doubling in clinical practice.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Volume 18 Reflections on Doubling
    • Abstract: Clayton, Max
      This article is an effort to present a clear, detailed and interesting portrayal of doubling through highlighting what it is, and through presenting and discussing efforts to function as a double with another person. A well functioning double has a profound effect on another person's level of self-esteem and in addition gains a greater experience of the wonder and value of human life.

      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Volume 18 Motto
    • PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
  • Volume 18 Introduction
    • Abstract: Anna, Bona
      PubDate: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:47:18 GMT
       
 
 
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