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Catchers in the Rye: Field Observations on the History and Present Status of Psychodrama in Russia
Journal Title: FORUM 
Author/s: Ekaterina Mikhailova 
Year:  2013 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  13 Pg. 65-77 FullText PDF:  733 KB
DOI:  10.3280/FORU2013-006008
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This article describes the formative decades of psychodrama in Russia connecting the processes ‘there and then’ with broader contexts of the nineties and later years. There is also a brief analysis of the present developments with an emphasis on difficulties and benefits of the specific background. Reflections upon the history of Russian psychodrama elucidate certain common traits of training and/or experiential groups belonging to cultures with a long history of unresolved trauma

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Ekaterina Mikhailova, in "FORUM" 6/2013, pp. 65-77, DOI:10.3280/FORU2013-006008


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