Entries by

The Body Dialogue

by Linda Ciotola, M.Ed. CHES, CP/PAT (This article was excerpted from its first published version and copyrighted in  The Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama and Sociometry, Vol. 59, Spring 2006.) The Body Dialogue is an action structure which can be used with clients in private practice as well as in groups.

,

6 Safety Structures Updated from San Francisco Workshop with Sylvia Israel, TDY, LMFT, TEP

Containment: The Key to Safety Action Methods with the Therapeutic Spiral Method September 26-28, 2014 Co-Sponsored by Bay Area Moreno Institute San Rafael, CA Sylvia Israel, MFT, RDT/BCT, TEP Kate Hudgins, PhD, TEP sylvia@imaginecenter.net www.drkatehudgins.com www.bayareamorenoinstitute.org www.imaginecenter.net 6 Safety Structures (Cox 2001) 1. Observing Ego (OE) The OE role is a neutral cognitive role that […]

,

6 Safety Action Structures

TSM Six Safety Action Structures American Society for Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy April 2014, Oakland California Kate Hudgins, Ph.D., TEP The TSM Six Safety Action Structures have been developed and used to concretize spontaneity and provide containment and group cohesion for all Therapeutic Spiral Model (TSM) groups for several decades now (Hudgins & Toscani, […]