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Michigan Psychodrama Center

Founded in 2015 by Dr. Elizabeth A. Corby, and Patrick T. Barone, the Michigan Psychodrama Center (MPC) is Michigan’s only training center in the methods of Psychodrama, Sociometry, Sociodrama, Bibliodrama, Organizational and Group Dynamics.

The MPC provides workshops and professional training for therapists, lawyers, pastors, CEOs and other business leaders, as well as others wishing to learn the methods of psychodrama for professional or personal growth.

Here is a brief description of some of the things we do at the MPC:

Psychodrama – reenactment of a personal scene from a person’s life, one that took place in the past, is taking place in the present or that could take place in the future.  The goal is either to obtain greater insight into yourself and/or to have an emotional reaction to the event (catharsis).
Sociodrama – enactment or reenactment of a scene related to a group issue rather than a personal issue. This is a great method to explore societal issues, such as assisted suicide or police abuses.  But, it can also be used to gain insight into a group issue, and in this way can be a terrific way to train people in the workplace.
Biobliodrama – reenactment of a story from a book.  The story can be from any book, such as the Lord of the Rings or Star Wars or To Kill a Mockingbird.  It can also be the reenactment of a story from the Old and New Testaments.

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