Description - Psychodrama in the 21st Century by Jacob Gershoni
Inspired by the writings of J.L. Moreno, the contributors to this volume present a wide range of clinical and educational applications of psychodrama with various client groups, problems and settings. Part One explores the integration of psychodrama and sociometry with other therapy methods, including structural family therapy, art therapy, and group therapy. Part Two describes innovative applications of action methods to different groups, such as trauma survivors, and the lesbian, gay, Bi-sexual and Transgender (LGBT) community. Applications of psychodrama in education, training and consultation with such diverse professionals as lawyers, physicians and psychiatrists concludes this comprehensive text.
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Author Biography - Jacob Gershoni
Jacob Gershoni, MSW, ACSW, TEP, the Editor, is a psychotherapist in private practice in Manhattan and a Medical Social Worker at New York Presbyterian Medical Center. He is a graduate of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and the University of Michigan. He later was a senior staff member at Queens Child Guidance Center in New York City, specializing in family therapy. His interest in psychodrama prompted years of training with Robert and Jaqueline Siroka, the codirectors of the Psychodrama Training Institute. Jacob is a trainer, educator, and practitioner, certified by the American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy. He now leads ongoing training and psychotherapy groups and has conducted many seminars and workshops in conferences in the US, Europe, Turkey, and Israel. Concurrently, Jacob has been affiliated with several counseling centers serving the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Community in New York. In 2001, he received the Neil Passarielo Memorial Award by the American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama for his work with the LGBT community.