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I’m very excited to have back Kate Hudgins, Ph.D., TEP, as my guest today as we continue with the series, Managing in The Midst of The Current Outbreak. 

Kate continues from her previous episodes as we use the context of managing during the current pandemic as a backdrop for healing with experiential therapy, and specifically psychodrama. Experiential therapy, as you’ll learn in this interview, involves a certain immediacy from the people involved. It demands courage from both the client and therapist, and it has an incredible power to heal.


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Along with Francesca Toscani, M.Ed., TEP, Dr. Kate has developed, refined, and taught the Therapeutic Spiral Model, the healing method for survivors of trauma, in 35 countries and counting. She has been an experiential psychotherapist and trainer for more than 40 years, bringing spontaneity, creativity, and healing to people who have experienced trauma in many settings.

In This Episode

Eduardo Duran, PhD. Healing Moral Injury
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