Definition of psychodramatic in English:


Pronunciation /-drəˈmatik/


See psychodrama

‘It is one thing to recognize the limitations of objectivity, however, and another to embrace them as giving license to make the classroom a psychodramatic forum.’
  • ‘His incredible Salaam Cinema is aggressive and psychodramatic, almost as if to directly confront the restrained, patient elements of Kiarostami's style.’
  • ‘Although several kinds of psychotherapies have been studied in the treatment of depressive disorders, there remains a lack of data on psychodramatic psychotherapy in the treatment of major depressive disorder.’
  • ‘Hayden-Seman takes psychodramatic techniques that have long been used successfully in group therapy and shows how to apply them to helping troubled relationships.’