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Su-Mei Tseng, Ph.D., C.P., P.A.T.

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As a married woman who raised two children and one heart healing poodle with my husband, I enjoy the power of love and nourishment that my family life brought me. I also adore hiking and traveling which help me restore vitality and energy after busy professional work.

I had 26 years experience of working as a conselor at local high school. During that time, I led groups of high school students, helping them to build self-confidence, self-esteem and caring interpersonal relationship. I also worked at community center for breast cancer patients, the disabled and women through psychodrama, sociometry and group psychotherapy. After retiring from high school, I have been a part-time counselor at Yuan Ze University and Chung Yuan Christian University. Furthermore, I put more effort on serving various ethnic groups, such as taking charge of promoting the psychodrama activities to the public as the director of Taiwan Association.

I step into the field of psychodrama the first time in 1994 when I was thirty. At that time, by acting as a protagonist , I experienced the strong feeling of shocking and healing and thus fell in love with psychodrama. In the following twenty years, I underwent some self-doubt as well as disorientation, and even left psychodrama several times. Nevertheless, I appreciate all these introspection processes. They helped me confirm that psychodrama is not only my favorite part of my career but also an attitude to life.

I would like to give my respect to several critical people who play an important role in my career path of psychodrama. Firstly, I would like to thank my first trainer, Gong Su. Her artistic keen eye for observation and excellent skills of directing psychodrama are astonishing and breathtaking to me. I would also like to thank my second trainer, Tzu-Yueh Lin, for helping me understand the strength and soft-power of psychodrama. Dorothy Satten also profoundly influenced my learning of psychodrama by letting me know the characteristic matters more than techniques during the healing process. Furthermore, Nien-Hwa Lai’s passion and devotion to Taiwan psychodrama community as well as his dedication to long-term supports of the minorities deeply inspired me, urging me to be more willing to become part of psychodrama community and help people explore the varieties of their lives through the spontaneity and creativity of psychodrama.

After being C.P. and P.A.T., I wish I could broaden my horizon by connecting international relations, meet more professional partners and make this world better through psychodrama.


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