This article developed from the collaboration between an experienced psychodynamic therapist and a psychodramatist trained in the Therapeutic Spiral Model of psychodrama, who worked together with a number of clients diagnosed across the trauma spectrum. The authors describe three distinct treatment models integrating the concepts and methodologies of several therapeutic approaches. In addition, the authors note that the professional collaboration of clinicians, including trained auxiliaries, provided attachment repair to the protagonists while minimizing vicarious traumatization and burnout of the clinicians. A review of the literature is interwoven with several case histories as interventions and outcomes are described.

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