Psychodrama therapy is a creative therapeutic approach developed by Jacob Levy Moreno, who also coined the phrases, “group therapy” and “group psychotherapy.”  Psychodrama therapy may be used with individuals or groups. In this type of therapy, therapists use guided drama and role-playing to work through problems. With psychodrama therapy, the goal is to bring new insight, resolve issues, and practice new life skills and behaviors. Psychodrama therapy can be a good complement to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) or a good alternative to other therapies. This type of therapy works especially well for people who are victims of trauma or who struggle with substance abuse or alcoholism.  See