The advanced studies in psychodrama provide students with the skills required for both one-to-one psychotherapy and group therapy scenarios.
The psychodrama approach assumes that spontaneity and creativity are inherent in all individuals, and that psychodrama can release these sources of vigour and vitality if access to them becomes blocked. By means of staged work with numerous, theoretically-established psychodramatic techniques, individuals are led to encounter themselves and others in a life affirming and often quite sensual healing process. During this process, the personification of roles and changing perspectives through changing roles and reversing roles is seen as crucial to healing, as is structured post-processing of the staging. Psychodramatists work creatively and are theory-driven.
We kindly ask applicants interested in attending the university course “Psychotherapy” to qualify as psychotherapists in accordance with the Psychotherapy Law, BGBl, No. 361/1990 (ÖAGG, professional section Psychodrama), therefore to contact the supporting education provider cooperating with Danube University Krems to complete the enrolment procedure.
This course is taught in German, therefore an excellent level of the German language is required.
Please visit our German homepage for more detailed information.