Purpose of the webinar
Showing how to work with families with the help of creating sculptures and using them from a psychodramatic approach.
Articulation of the webinar
There will be a theoretical part and a clinical vignette.
The work with sculptures in Family Therapy has been used from the Systemic therapy, developed first by Kantor et al (Duhl, Kantor y Duhl, 1973) in the Family Institute in Boston and Papp, Silverstein and Carter (1973) from Family Institute of New York. Jaime Rojas Bermudez (1966), one of my teachers in Psychodrama, worked also with sculptures (he named them images) in Psychodrama. I have been working for more than 25 years with sculptures with families using psychodramatic techniques (mirror, doubling, role reverse, soliloquy, etc.). In my therapeutic interventions, I introduce also the principles of Attachment Theory, being the first aim of the therapy the creation of a secure base, trying to adapt my interventions to the individual or family needs, more than to the theory.