Study on group intervention regarding interpersonal trust among college students with campus psychodrama
Ying Ge, Huamin He, Linna Dai
DOI: 10.4236/health.2011.37076   PDF    HTML     5,548 Downloads   11,122 Views   Citations


Purpose: To explore the interventional effects of campus psychodrama on improving the interpersonal trust among college students. Methods: 16 college students with low levels of interpersonal trust were selected to conduct 5 sessions of psychodrama therapy. Results: The subject group has gone through stages of ice breaking, performance, and sharing. Through group counseling with psychodrama, the social avoidance and distressful behaviors of the subjects have been alleviated, and their levels of interpersonal trust demonstrated notable change. Conclusion: Campus psychodrama is an effective group counseling approach for improving college students’ interpersonal trust.

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Ge, Y. , He, H. and Dai, L. (2011) Study on group intervention regarding interpersonal trust among college students with campus psychodrama. Health, 3, 462-466. doi: 10.4236/health.2011.37076.

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