Supervising the interaction between director and protagonist


This chapter will focus on how supervision is practiced at LapStreur Psychodrama Education Institute. The main objective is to reflect upon the relationship and the dynamics between the director and the protagonist in order to increase the responsibility for the well-being of the protagonist, which is partly passed on to the director, and finally gets shared by the supervisor.


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