Course:

Therapeutic Spiral Model (TSM) Psychodrama: Theory & Practice with Trauma. How TSM Works. Foundations and Expansions.
with Dr. Kate Hudgins



Module 6. Role Reversal with Strengths
What needs to be done prior to starting Trauma work? A protagonist must fully tap into their Strengths. How can they do it? Nothing works better than Role Reversal with Strengths. Dr. Kate describes why TSM Role Reversal with Strengths is so effective in working with trauma. 


Module 6 of 11 in the foundation course on TSM. Students may purchase one separate module or the whole course of 11 modules with a bundle discount. For: psychodramatists, psychologists, mental health professionals working with trauma, therapists, and social workers.


Participants will be able to:

-Help a protagonist to pick up the Strengths roles they need;

-Learn about clinical contract;

-Learn how to direct simultaneous protagonists;

-Direct Role Reversal with Strengths;

-Distinguish Post Traumatic growth roles and direct Role reversal with them.


Module Includes:


The module sheds light on how to deal with anxiety from tele-health technical difficulties. While recording this module, without expectations, our protagonist had technical issues, and this increased the anxiety. Dr. Kate demonstrated not only how to deal with it, but then also navigated the protagonist through Role Reversal with Strengths to the Post-Traumatic Growth role.  

Reading materials: 

-PTSD Unites the World 2017

-Psychodrama Revisited 2019

-Ch. 3 Evolution of TSM

-Role Reversal with a Supportive Figure


Main Content

· Video lectures - 6 min

· Video Demonstration - 43 min

· Handouts - 116 min 

· Practicum - 35 min



Breaks - 40 min

 

Each 50 min of content requires a 10 min break that will be included in your total certified hours


Hours for Certificate

· 4:00 Hours Total

$40

(100 Days Access)

Therapeutic Spiral Model (TSM) Psychodrama: Theory & Practice with Trauma. How TSM works. Foundations and Expansions. 11 modules


TSM modified classical psychodrama, combined with the attachment theory and recent research in interpersonal neurobiology. Incorporating trauma theory to ensure safe applications while working with trauma. By taking this course you bring containment and structure into your work.  



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