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Sociometrics: Embodied, Experiential Processes for Healing Trauma and Addiction


A healing and educational practice designed to fit easily into the existing programming of an addiction treatment center or group therapy through an experiential process incorporating the most up-to-date research on trauma, grief, and related issues.

Dr. Tian Dayton is an internationally renowned speaker, expert, and consultant in psychodrama, trauma, and addiction and the author of fifteen books. She is the director of the New York Psychodrama Training Institute and a Senior Fellow at The Meadows.

On sale March 15, 2022

Available on backorder

SKU: 978-1-949481-64-8 Categories: , Product ID: 64092


Trauma represents a loss of connection with the self and can affect ability to engage in comfortable long-term intimacy. Unresolved trauma often is the reason why people self-medicate. Relational trauma happens a little bit at a time. Feeling unseen, misunderstood, neglected, or rejected by the people we want most to be loved by is, over time, a traumatizing experience.

Sociometrics is a therapeutic role-playing practice built upon the foundation of Psychodrama and Sociometry, the pioneering group therapy concepts developed by fin-de-siècle Viennese psychiatrist Jacob Levy Moreno. Psychodrama and Sociometry have been organically embraced in the addiction field as a method of treating this kind of relational trauma.

Role-play in a therapeutic environment allows a full range of mind-body emotions and physical motions to be part of the treatment process. Words, rather than being used in some hapless attempt to describe an experience one can barely remember, can come bursting forward into the here and now, toward the right person at the right place at the right time.

Additional information

Weight 11 oz
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 2 in


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