Workshop in the BPA CONFERENCE: ROOTS & SHOOTS - FROM MORENO TO THE FUTURE
BPA Online Festival of Psychodrama 2021 Friday 3rd – Friday 24th September
Hannes Krall & Ana Cruz
6:00 – 7:30pm (1.5hrs)
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Research in psychodrama is vital for the quality and further development of psychodrama, both in theory and practice. Research is not only an individual endeavour, but also as an essential part of a professional culture, which has to be fostered in training and practice. Therefore, psychodrama needs psychodrama psychotherapists, trainers and trainees who are interested in sharing about their practices and to engage as research practitioners in a collaborative research network. Apart from being a psychodrama director, the role as a researcher has to be developed and fostered. Several requirements are to be met to enhance practitioner research:
- To acknowledge research as important for psychodrama practice.
- To get information about current research from journals, books, symposia etc.
- To engage in research training and to improve knowledge and skills.
- To participate in research activities and projects.
- To create networks of research practitioners and institutions.
- To present, publish and share results and experiences of research.
In recent years, several attempts within the Federation of European and Mediterranean Psychodrama Training Organizations (FEPTO) have been undertaken in order to develop a practitioner research community. The presentation will give an overview about the work and developments within FEPTO and its practitioner research network. Furthermore, it will focus on the question, how practitioners can contribute to research by conducting practitioner research projects. A specific mixed method design for practitioner research will be introduced and discussed.
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