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Digital Seminar

MEADOWS: Survival Roles in Trauma and Addiction Using Psychodrama to Go Beneath the Mask


Faculty:
Tian Dayton, Ph.D, TEP
Duration:
1 Hour 31 Minutes
Copyright :
Dec 10, 2020
Product Code:
POS057655
Media Type:
Digital Seminar


Description

In this role play, Dr. Dayton demonstrates the use of clinical use of psychodrama and the “empty chair”. Through film clips and theoretical descriptions, she takes the viewer through warm-up, action and closure phases of empty chair work deconstructing the theoretical underpinnings as she goes. Dion reveals the kind of emotional conflict that he self-medicated and further refines his narrative. We see as the “protagonist/client” explores, through assisted role play, the meaning and purpose of a “defensive” or “survival” role that has served him to date but is now getting in his way. He is able through role play and role reversal, to gain a deeper understanding of why the role was constricted in the first place, what parts of the role still serve him well and what parts he wants to release. Included is a nine- month follow-up session with Dion exploring the effect of the drama over time and the life changes he’s made.

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Tian Dayton


Dr. Tian Dayton is the director of the New York Psychodrama Training Institute where she runs training groups in psychodrama, sociometry, and experiential group therapy. Caron Treatment Centers’ director of program development for eight years, she held that same position at Breathe for four years, and she was a professor at NYU for eight years, teaching psychodrama.

Dr. Dayton currently sits on the Scientific Advisory Board for the National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NACoA), she is also a fellow of the American Society of Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy (ASGPP), and she is the winner of their Scholar’s Award and the President’s Award. Dr. Dayton has served as editor-in-chief of the Journal of Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy for 10 years and as an executive editor for eight, and she sits on the professional standards committee. She is also the winner of The Mona Mansell Award and The Ackermann Black Award for her contributions to the field of addiction

Dr. Dayton has been a guest expert on NBC, CNN, MSNBC, Montel, Rikki Lake, John Walsh, and Geraldo. She is the author of 15 books including Neuropsychodrama in the Treatment of Relational Trauma, The ACoA Trauma Syndrome: How Childhood Trauma Impacts Adult Relationships, Emotional Sobriety: From Relationship Trauma to Resilience and Balance, Trauma and Addiction: Ending the Cycle of Pain Through Emotional Literacy, Heartwounds: The Impact of Unresolved Trauma and Grief on Relationships, Forgiving and Moving On, The Living Stage: A Step by Step Guide to Psychodrama and Experiential Therapy, and The Magic of Forgiveness. You can also read blog posts by Dr. Dayton on The Huffington Post and Thrive Global. Her films and videos include: The Process (a 73-minute award-winning docudrama that uses psychodrama to tell stories of addicts), Adult Children of Alcoholics, Trauma, and the Body: A Psychodramatic Approach and Healing Childhood Abuse through Psychodrama.


Speaker Disclosures:
Financial: Tian Dayton is a Senior Fellow at Meadow’s Behavioral Healthcare.

Non-financial: Tian Dayton is a fellow of the American Society of Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy (ASGPP).


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Outline

The Use of Psychodrama in Treating Relational Trauma

  • The techniques that allow empty chair work to flow safely as it explores layers of personal and interpersonal truth.
  • Demonstration of how psychodrama is an embodied form of therapy and how it allows psychic material that has been frozen in the body/mind to safely surface and be elevated into consciousness through words and simple, natural actions.

Deconstruction of the “how to’s” of a Basic Psychodramatic Role Play (within a broader theoretical framework).

  • “Words cannot reach the part of the brain that has been traumatized,” Bessel van der Kolk.
  • How in psychodrama we talk “to” rather than “about” a person/interaction.
  • Bypassing the problem in trauma work of creating a false narrative, or borrowing other people’s meaning.
  • The client erroneous attempts to describe unconscious material before s/he has yet to bring the reexperiencing to consciousness enough to make accurate personal meaning of it.

The Internalization of Introjects

  • Within the individual psyche and played out in relational reenactments.
  • Shows how a defensive role becomes established to protect an individual from pain and perceived emotional assault.

Objectives

  1. Determine the skills of psychodrama/role play as they can be used in one-to-one therapy.
  2. Demonstrate how to work with relational trauma and addiction using the techniques of psychodrama.
  3. Evaluate why psychodrama’s unique ability to incorporate body, motion and words allows for an integrated and spontaneous encounter with the self that no other method provides.

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