For years, the practice of psychology and spirituality are paths that are meant to marry- to join the ways of healing. "Souldrama" came into being as a result of a powerful workshop, "Healing With The Energy of Angels" conducted in Sedona, Arizona, April 1997 with Stevan Thayer and myself. Stevan used his "Healing With The Energy of Angels"® method and I used the method of psychodrama. I believe that this workshop was a method to marry the two approaches. In my practice, which focuses on co-dependency and dysfunctional family systems, I found that I could only bring people so far into opening their hearts to accept love because most of them, having come from dysfunctional family systems, associated love with abuse. This powerful connection was difficult to break, and so internalized that they had a difficult time opening their hearts to experience love. They held a fear that if this connection was broken they would die and therefore they would remain loyal to the dysfunction of the family of origin as opposed to the love.
Groups using psychodrama worked best for my clients from ths population as they learned to experience a healthy family system in which they could experience new patterns of relating. The integration of spirituality into psychodrama is powerful but I needed another level to assist my clients with their healing and thus "Souldrama" came into being. Souldrama integrates spirituality into the psychodramatic process and moves psychodrama to another level. If you would like to learn more, please click on http://www.souldrama.com/
Souldrama is a transformative process that helps people reach their higher purpose in life through the use of action methods. It guides group members to experience the divine within so that they can act as co-creators with God and define their own personal gifts and soul’s mission.
Souldrama, a new psychospiritual technique that fits into the fourth psychospiritual role category in psychodrama, is an action-oriented method that involves both psychodramatic and narrative techniques. The purpose of Souldrama is to have the ego and soul work in alignment to discover the soul’s vision. A therapeutic tool designed to be an adjunct to psychodrama for the treatment of co-dependency, Souldrama incorporates spirituality into the psychotherapeutic process, allowing the therapist to move clients who are “stuck” by helping them to discover the divine within and act as co-creators in their own lives to discover their unique personal gifts for their soul’s vision or life’s purpose.To learn more about this process and the training to learn this technique, please visit the webpage www.souldrama.com