By Peter Felix Kellermann
Time doesn't heal all wounds: many years after a catastrophe, complete groups should adventure the long term results of trauma. 'Sociodrama and Collective Trauma' examines the mental and social harm of trauma to society as an entire. Kellermann argues that collective trauma has been insufficiently thought of; his well timed booklet indicates sensible methods of facilitating the rehabilitation of survivors of collective trauma via, for instance, sociodrama and similar staff paintings. the writer develops equipment for realizing the earlier and getting ready for the long run and offers a wealth of case reviews in keeping with 30 years' event of treating survivors of struggle trauma and other kinds of catastrophe. Combining a scientific theoretical method with a realistic method, this insightful e-book is helpful for drama therapists, workforce therapists, psychological wellbeing and fitness execs and counsellors.
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When investigating a society or something collective, we sometimes refer to a small or large group, a nuclear family or the entire clan, a tribe, a class in school or the entire school, a staff team at work or the entire workplace, a community or an entire township, a country or a union of countries, or the entire species of human beings on earth. All these are collective entities that can be looked upon as societies that have some common characteristics and can experience collective trauma. For Moreno, the group in sociodrama refers to a larger social unit than the small group.
On Memorial Day, May 2 2006, the state of Israel honored the 22,123 soldiers who had fallen in defense of the state and the 1358 victims of terrorist attacks. In addition, it commemorated the approximately 200 Jews who had been killed in terrorist or anti-Semitic attacks abroad since 1968. Terrorist attacks, suicide bombings, or shooting rampages in Israel target innocent civilians at home, on buses, on city streets, at weddings, in discos or pizzerias, in busy marketplaces or quiet neighborhoods.
This sociodrama work transcended simple role-playing reenactments of historic events: it had a stronger impact on people than the detached, sympathetic acknowledgement of tragic news watched on CNN. These were collective traumatic events to which the majority of the group could relate emotionally. We could all feel the death angst of the victims and the grief of the surviving families. What became apparent was that, when we faced this history together, we also faced some deep and often untouched parts of ourselves.
Sociodrama and Collective Trauma by Peter Felix Kellermann