Journal 11 December 2002

Journal 11 December 2002

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Who Will I Choose And Who Will Choose Me? Using Warm Up and Sociometry to Facilitate a Progressive Classroom Culture

Abstract: Discusses the use of warm up, sociometry and sociometric thinking in facilitating a progressive classroom culture. It is observed that these methods helped the students to release their anxiety and warmed up to progressive roles and a sense of fun and spontaneity.

Facing Jerusalem: Reflections On Doubling

Abstract: In psychodrama the task of the Double is to increase the warm up of the protagonist using physical and mental starters. Good doubling results in a fuller warm up of the self and increases the ability to live with freedom.

An Invisible Grief: Group Work with Bereaved Siblings

Abstract: A counseling psychologist from Australia presents a report on the grief of bereaved siblings and a group work approach which is used with them. She feels that usually the grief of brothers and sisters is overlooked and it becomes an invisible grief.

Encountering What Is Possible The Impact of Role Development in Facing Existential Crisis

Abstract: A coping role system lessens the anxiety and maintains equilibrium in the presence of the threat. The system reflects a person's best attempt at managing an anxiety provoking situation.

Principles of Supervision

Abstract: Describes the seven principles of supervision and illustrates these with some personal experiences and practices. These principles present an overview of the ideas and values that are adopted in the practice of supervision.

The Play of Life A Biological View of its Impact on Behavioural Change

Abstract: This article presents, through the medium of a case study, the effect of the Play of Life and other expressive, ludic (playful) methods and interventions on complex brain connectivity. This approach provides a platform for sustainable behavioural change. It gives a brief view of the biology of behaviour and relating, and the potential therapeutic effect of the method. This article presents, through the medium of a case study, the effect of the Play of Life and other expressive, ludic (playful) methods and interventions on complex brain connectivity.

Vitality's Back A Dilemma Framework for Leaders

Abstract: Report presented illustrates the application of role theory in developing a leadership development framework. A leadership framework developed based on five dimensions such as vision, relationship, power, credibility and vitality is discussed along with the related leadership role and dilemma.

Principles of Psychodrama Training

Abstract: Identifies the six principles of psychodrama training and illustrates these using personal experiences and practices. It also elaborates on how the psychodrama method itself can be applied in the process of training in psychodrama.

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