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psychodrama

psy·cho·dra·ma / ˌsīkōˈdrämə; -ˈdramə/ • n. 1. a form of psychotherapy in which patients act out events from their past. 2. a play, movie, or novel in which psychological elements are the main interest. ∎  the genre to which such works belong. DERIVATIVES: psy·cho·dra·mat·ic / -drəˈmatik/ adj.

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psychodrama

psychodrama (sy-koh-drah-mă) n. a form of group psychotherapy in which individuals acquire insight into themselves by acting out situations from their past with other group members. See group therapy.

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