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Why is Psychodrama Therapy an Imperative Part of Trauma Recovery?

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Jean Campbell joins Beck Gee-Cohen and host Kristin Sunanta Walker to discuss how psychodrama therapy is utilized in treating trauma. Jean Campbell, LCSW, TEP is a Board Certified Trainer and Practitioner of Psychodrama and Sociometry, a Trainer and Practitioner of Psychodramatic Bodywork®, a Reiki Master and a nationally known expert in psychodrama, trauma resolution, addiction/codependency recovery and Somatic Psychotherapy.  Her extensive clinical, teaching and training experience has included as Family Program Director at Inter-Care in New York City, as Clinical Director at Clearview Treatment Programs in Los Angeles, as Program Faculty at MD Anderson Cancer Center’s I*CARE Program, as Instructor at UCLA Extension’s Addiction Studies Program, as Faculty at San Diego University for Integrative Studies, as Founder and Director of Action Institute of California and Moonlight Workshops, and as Co-Creator and Trainer of Action Intervention Training™.  As Co-Founder & Executive Director of Xhale Retreats, Jean provides personal growth workshops for families, couples and individuals, and facilitates training and personal growth workshops for professionals. Jean brings her own 28-year journey of recovery to every workshop she facilitates, and believes that what we can’t do alone, we can do together.

Jean Campbell and Beck Gee-Cohen were presenters at the 2016 NCAD National Conference on Addiction Disorders

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