Yehoshua and Hamish Brown

There is a paucity of psychodrama research published in peer-reviewed scholarly journals. This situation needs to be remedied if psychodrama is to continue to be accepted as a viable psychotherapeutic modality. This presentation discusses a recent example of the researcher/practitioner partnership model in action. This model could greatly enhance the quality and quantity of psychodrama research published in scholarly journals by utilising the skills of specialist researchers. The practitioner is Hamish Brown and the researcher is Yehoshua. The study title is ‘The development of psychodrama enactment themes throughout the life of the group: A collective case study’.


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