This video depicts the use of the Locogram and Floor Check which are experiential group work tools adaptable for any group setting, any population, and any topic. Floor Checks were developed by Tian Dayton as part of the Relational Trauma Repair Model. They are particularly useful as a group-as-a-whole assessment tool and are frequently used by psychodramatists, community organizers, and other group workers. Floor Checks are an action-based group tool that access the power of the group and cultivate mutual aid – the ability for each participant to be a therapeutic agent for each other.

Group workers are encouraged to pursue more training in experiential therapy, sociometry, and psychodrama. For upcoming trainings offered by Scott, visit http://www.PhoenixTraumaCenter.com/training

This video is one of a 4-part series of experiential training videos which demonstrate trauma-informed, strength-based group facilitation tools. The other videos are available here:
-Spectrograms – https://youtu.be/-lmysRgWF2Y
-Step-in Sociometry – https://youtu.be/UEjYzlT-b0Y
-Floor Checks – https://youtu.be/nA47xvp2V5Y
-Circle of Strengths – https://youtu.be/DH4q5JbtqUo

To read more about these experiential processes, view publications by Scott and the Phoenix Center for Experiential Trauma Therapy team here – http://www.phoenixtraumacenter.com/publications/

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