Psychodrama is a type of therapy, usually performed in a group, that uses dramatic activities and role-playing to help participants work through problems, gain new insights, and resolve interpersonal conflicts. In a psychodrama session, the therapist guides clients through reenactments of scenes from their past to help them express feelings, understand the self and others, and overcome grief or trauma. Role-playing can also be used to prepare clients for future situations by having them practice new skills and behaviors in a supportive environment.

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