Investigate and discover the possibility and the actual capacity of new and more functional behavioral options (new replies). Test, learn and prepare to behaviors or responses that were more convenient. a It also indicates that psychodrama can used not only as originally conceived was in group therapy, but also in individual therapy and couples therapy. A sum of rules and principles, coupled with concepts such as spontaneity, bodily action, meeting, dramatic catharsis, the “tele” and the role theory, guide and support a set of techniques and resources such as : role reversal, soliloquy, dubbing or projection of future, many of which have been frequently adopted by many different tendencies in psychotherapy and education with satisfactory results (Blatner, 1996). Over the years it has been used psychodrama as treatment for all types of people suffering from mental disorder, as well as children, elderly and young misfit, besides being used in behavior modification programs.
Currently, psychodrama is no longer used to produce cathartic reactions, but as an instrument to foster contact, especially live action, with emotions, feelings and fantasies of the subject, thanks to the expressive possibilities offered by the stage performance. In summary, psychodrama various dramatic techniques are used, guided by certain principles and rules, and intended, as required by the process, one or more of the following major therapeutic aims: To realize one’s thoughts, feelings, motivations, behaviors and relationships. A better understanding of the situations, the views of others and of our image or action on them..