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Dealing With Parental Narcissistic Abuse: How a Certified Psychodramatist Can Help.

Creativity speaks to the soul. We turn to music, film, and art in order to render our thoughts into something that the world can see. In that same way, a certified psychodramatist can help individuals struggling with all manner of conditions. This realm of therapy may not be as widely known as traditional talk therapy, but it can be effective when applied by the right professional and in the right environment.

How Can Psychodrama Therapy Help?

Psychodrama is a form of therapy that can be engaged in one-on-one sessions as well as larger groups. Developed initially by Jacob Levy Moreno, this form of therapy has been practiced in over 100 countries around the world. A certified psychodramatist can give his or her client the ability to reenact the past to live a better, healthier, and more informed future. This typically takes place under the auspices of role playing where the client and acting partner alike will speak truth to the world, allowing their voice to be heard.

Psychodrama therapy is ideal for assessing and improving upon many of life's circumstances, from mental abuse to parental narcissistic abuse and everything in between. As the client in question gives truth to their words, they can gain a new perspective on life, their past, and the role that their positivity will play in the future. These role play scenarios are carefully overseen by a licensed and certified psychodramatist like Jim Stangarone, LCSW, CP.

Key Takeaways From a Certified Psychodramatist

  • - Confront tough truths and tougher feelings.

  • - Speak truth to the feelings that we are harboring.

  • - Gain a unique perspective on life as well as our place within it.

  • - Work with a group to forge new emotional connections.

Jim Stangarone, LCSW, CP is a certified psychodramatist and licensed clinical social worker. He endeavors to provide the utmost care to his clients while specializing in dealing with complex trauma and Parental Narcissistic Abuse.

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