A psychodrama video series showing the master and creator of Psychodrama, Jacob Moreno, doing what he does best throughout his career. The historic films now preserved on these DVDs, span over 30 years of Jacob Moreno's work, from 1933 to 1964, and reveal a complex and compelling progression of his ideas, techniques and theories.
Please note: Because of the historic condition of the footage, some inconsistencies in sound and visuals do occur.
Disc 4: Psychodrama of a Marriage: A Motion Picture
This movie was shot in Paris during the First International Congress of Psychodrama. It was produced by Radio and Television Center of France in September, 1964. The opening scene takes place at the Faculté de Medecine at the Sorbonne. Moreno greets the audience, goes into a short warm-up, and ends up working with a married couple, Paul and Michelle. Viewers have the opportunity to witness a psychodrama with two protagonists. Michelle is an old Parisienne, and Paul an unhappy American living in France because of his marriage. Moreno uses psychodramatic techniques to lead the couple into an exploration of their conflicts.
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Jacob L. Moreno with his wife, Zerka Moreno, developed the theory and practice of psychodrama. J.L. and Zerka were both adjunct professors at New York University in the 1950's.
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Individual Training Pack CPD 2 hours – £22.94