The Karpman Drama Triangle provides a clear description of roles that can assist psychodramatists in exploring through action interventions more satisfying interpersonal connection. This article will examine the dysfunctional, unconscious dance of the roles of Victim, Rescuer, and Persecutor. Psychodrama provides an excellent avenue for developing more satisfying roles that the author describes as the Circle of Restoration. A variety of action interventions will be suggested and explored for assisting clients to shift off of the Drama Triangle to healthier roles of expression, action, and connection.

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