25. September 2017
23. bis 24. September 2017: Der Gründer des Humanistischen Psychodramas, Prof. Dr. Hans-Werner Gessmann, führt die Gruppenpsychotherapie erstmals in Aserbaidschan ein. Er ist Direktor des Psychotherapeutischen Instituts Bergerhausen (Deutschland, Duisburg), Direktor des Internationalen Zentrums für Klinische Psychologie und Psychotherapie, Honorarprofessor der von N.A. Nekrasova benannten Staatlichen Universität Kostroma, Professor der Staatlichen Universität Moskau, führender Spezialist auf dem Gebiet der Klinischen Psychologie und Psychotherapie. Prof. Gessmann ist Mitautor vieler empirischer Forschungen auf dem Gebiet des Humanistischen Psychodramas und hat mehr als 170 Publikationen in verschiedenen Bereichen der Psychologie verfasst.
HUMANISTIC PSYCHODRAMA IN BAKU,AZERBAIJAN- PROF.DR.HANS-WERNER GESSMANN 23-24 September 2017. Prof.Dr. Hans-Werner Gessmann - founder of the Humanistic Psychodrama, director of the Psychotherapeutic Institute Bergerhausen (Germany, Duisburg), director of the International Center for Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, honorary professor of the Kostroma State University named by N.A. Nekrasova, Professor of the Department of Social Psychology, a leading specialist in the field of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy.
Hans-Werner was a pioneer in the Humanistic Psychodrama and is the founder of this direction. Prof. Gessmann is a co-author of many empirical researches in the field of Humanistic Psychodrama and has more than 100 publications in various psychological fields.
In 1973, Hans-Werner founded the Bergerhausen Psychotherapeutic Institute in Duisburg, which is still used as a center of excellence and Professional development by more than 1,500 psychotherapists.
Psychodrama,already for several decades , is a proven form of psychotherapy, which combines in its work a group of therapeutic bases, forms of role-play and therapeutic theater.
Humanistic psychodrama as a form of therapy is applicable in special therapeutic groups, but as a method it can also be applied within other groups. So, for example, psychodrama methods can be used in inpatient facilities, shelters, therapeutic societies and in special outpatient groups of patients. Humanistic psychodrama is popular while working in children's therapy, gerontotherapy and therapy for the treatment of addictions.
Participants in the psychodrama group, together with the host of the psychodramatic session, create a therapeutic situation in which the protagonist is given a wide space for action. In a psychodramatic game, the protagonist can re-shape his current situation with the group and change it in a way that he would like it to. If a balance is reached between the feelings of the participants in the session and the feelings of the protagonist, spontaneity arises. With the help of this spontaneity, a person can change his social world.Humanistic psychiatry is a type of form of therapy used in specific therapeutic groups, but not as a method, it can be applied and interacting with another group. Similarly, psychodramatic methods can be used in hospital institutions, priyutahs, therapeutic societies and in specific outpatient groups. The humanistic psychodrama was popular at work in childhood therapy, gerontotherapy and therapies at the time of adolescence.
The members of the psychodramatic group together with the next psychodramatic session are preparing a therapeutic situational, which is presented to the protagonist for a broad space of action. In a psychodramatic game, the protagonist can now formulate his own current situational relationship with the group and make it look as though he had come to this end. If the balance is felt by the feelings of the members of the session and the senses of the protagonist, they will be spontaneous. With the help of this spontaneity of humanity, it can change its social world.