Jungian psychodrama is an approach to psychodrama that is articulated in reference to the analytical theory of Carl Gustav Jung. The notion of a Jungian approach to psychodrama combines the important innovations of J.L.Moreno with Jung's approach to depth psychology on dreams, collective unconsciousness, the tendency towards individuation and the concept of net and matrix (Foulkes 1964). In this chapter we explain and explore some of our central ideas about the application of Jungian psychodrama.
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