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He obtained his classical high school diploma at the Mamiani high school in Rome and graduated in philosophy at Wisdom  with a thesis on Jung's theater and analytical psychology. He is a student of the writerJuan Rodolfo Wilcock and collaborate toHello 2001, pop music weekly and a The World (magazine)for which from 1972 to 1973 he interviewed various personalities of cinema and literature, such as [[Ennio Flaiano]]


<ref>''Italian doesn't laugh''. Interview with Ennio Flaiano by Gianni Rosati, in "Il Mondo", 14 April 1972, pp. 16-17, now in ''Works. Scritti postumi'', edited by Maria Corti and Anna Longoni, Classici Bompiani, Milan, 1988, pp. 1201-1202 </ref>.


From 1973 to 2019 he was in psychoanalytic training and supervision with [[Aldo Carotenuto]], Paolo Aite, Nadia Neri, Giusi Cuomo Napolitani, [[Claudio Modigliani]] and Stefano Carta.

At the age of 22 he met the Americanist [[Fernanda Pivano]]<ref>Fernanda Pivano, ''Ottavio Rosati, the psychodrama and the "pazzariello"'', in ''Other friends, other writers'', Milan , Mondadori, 1997, p. 145</ref>. In 1978 with the publishing house [[Casa Editrice Astrolabio|Astrolabio Ubaldini]] he founded the magazine ''Atti dello psicodrama'' and since 1986 he has edited the Italian edition of the basic work by [[Jacob Levi Moreno]] ''Psychodrama' ' and books by [[Didier Anzieu]], Lewis Yablonsky, [[Anne Schützenberger]] and Gretel Leutz. He publishes entries on psychodrama and active techniques for various publications including ''Enciclopedia del Teatro del Novecento''<ref>''Psychodrama'' in 'Enciclopedia del Teatro del Novecento' edited by Antonio Attisani, Feltrinelli, 1980</ ref> and the ''International Dictionary of Psychotherapy''<ref>''Psychodrama, Role Playing, Catharsis and Active Techniques'' in the 'International Dictionary of Psychotherapy' edited by Giorgio Nardone, Garzanti, 2013</ref>. His experimentation with psychocinema and [[sociodrama]] is discussed in articles, videos and books.

After training in analytical psychodrama at the SEPT in Paris with the Lacanians Gennie and Paul Lemoine and in classical psychodrama at the Moreno Institute in Beacon (New York), he elaborates a new model of psychodrama and video therapy which he applies for nine years at the Ceis International School From Rome. In the documentary ''The Game of the Clock'' (1988), dedicated to Mario Picchi, founder of CeIS, Rosati combines psychodrama with ''Six Characters in Search of an Author''.

In 1990 he joined the Order of Psychologists and the Register of Psychotherapists.

Rosati collaborates with [[Rai Radio Tre|Rai-radio3]] for ''Terza pagina'' and ''Orione'' with interviews with [[James Hillman]], [[Marie-Louise von Franz|Marie Louise von Franz] ], Lewis Yablonsky, Gretel Leutz, [[Allen Ginsberg]]<ref>Ottavio Rosati, ''Hydrogen Jukebox with Philip Glass'', Memoradio, 20, 07, 1990, ''Raiplayradioit''</ref> and with two documentaries: ''My voice will accompany you''<ref>{{Cita web|url=|titolo=My voice will accompany you|opera =Facts, documents, people|curator=Alessandro Cecchi Paone|editor=Rai Radio3}}</ref> on [[Milton Erickson]] and ''The pleasure of acting out''<ref>{{Quote web|url= |title=The pleasure of Acting Out|editor=Rai radio3|site=YouTube}}</ref> on [[Jacob Levi Moreno]] played by [[Dario Fo]].

He has made dozens of socio-dramas in Italy and abroad, including ''The lead and the gold of forgiveness'' for the Parents Circle of Tel Aviv ([[Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation|Ministry of Foreign Affairs]] Rome, 2005) on the peace between Israel and Palestine, ''The filthysauruses'' ([[European Economic Community|EEC]] and [[Teatro Stabile di Catania]], 2008) on the ecological education of children, ''The risk of happiness '' (2011) in Piazza del Campo in Siena with Luciana Santioli for the prevention of drug addiction and ''L'amore in piazza''<ref>{{Cita web|url= 2017/events/love|titolo="Psychology Festival"|sito=psicologa}}</ref> with flash mob for the Order of Psychologists of Lazio.[[File:Ottavio Rosati and his two cockatoo parrots Teto and Isis.jpg|alt=Project The Theater of Time with Teto and Isis|miniature|The ''Theatre of Time' ' with Teto and Isis]] As activators of spontaneity and emotional involvement, he uses new techniques of [[Pet therapy|pet therapy]] and psychoplay with Teto and Isis, two cockatoo parrots who talk and interact with adults and children and with whom he takes care a case of psychosis<ref>{{Quote publication|author=Ottavio Rosati|title=Men and parrots|magazine=Exotic pets|curator=Amerio Croce|year=2002|editor=Poletto Editore|city=Rome}}< ;/ref><ref>{{Quote publication|author=Ottavio Rosati|title=Game and pet therapy|magazine=Exotic pets|curator=Amerio Croce|year=2002|editor=Poletto Editore|city=Rome} }</ref>. He calls them "transitional subjects". With them he also made the short film ''Stelle sopra, stelle sotto'' on [[Fernanda Pivano]] and [[Valeria Moriconi]] and the teaser of the film ''Cacatoa'' with music by [[Lelio Luttazzi]].

As a director of psychodramas, Rosati uses actors, live music, sound effects and images, using rear-projections of photos and drawings of the characters staged, in the wake of [[Josef Svoboda]] the Prague set designer who influenced the development of the contemporary multimedia theater {{Senzasource}} . This system also characterizes the project for the creation of a permanent psychodrama laboratory, "Il Teatro del Tempo" (conceived starting from the eighties with [[Fernanda Pivano]] and [[Aldo Carotenuto]]) a therapeutic space of the Faculty of Psychology and Architecture that Plays presents to the Lazio Region for the reopening of the Carlo Hospital {{Senzasource}}.

=== Theoretical model and proposals ===
As a psychodramatist, his theoretical model links [[Jacob Levi Moreno]]'s role-playing to [[Donald Winnicott's]] conception of play and Jung's [[active imagination]]<ref>{{Citation to publication| author=Ottavio Rosati|title=The activation of the image in Jungian psychoplay|curator=Aldo Carotenuto|work=Treatise on Analytical Psychology|vol=2|editor=UTET|year=2002}}</ref> integrating it with the reflexive function theory of Peter Fonagy and Mary Target. It also identifies a psychoneurological model for the treatment of PTSD, in Jaak Panksepp's research on sub-cortical circuits and since 2018 has disclosed them in socioplays such as "Seven emotions" at the Off-Off Theater in Rome and at the Monte dei Paschi Foundation in Siena, dedicated to the seven basic emotions: sexuality, anger, fear, research, care, sadness, play {{Senza fonte}}. For Rosati the function that [[Jaak Panksepp]] calls 're-consolidation' corresponds to the 'catharsis of integration' which, in psychodrama, allows for the restructuring of alienating roles and emotional traumas {{Senza fonte}}. Rosati's approach starts from the first television experiments of [[Jacob Levi Moreno|Moreno]] produced by RTF, such as ''Le Psychodrame'' (1956, directed by [[Roberto Rossellini]]) and ''Psychodrame d'un mariage'' (1964, directed by Jean-Luc Léridon) at the basis of therapeutic cinema {{Senza fonte}}. Rosati has transformed the formulas of sociodrama into new theatrical and television formats for Rai, working on a spectacular as well as a clinical level {{Senza fonte}}.

From 2004 to 2010, with Moreno Cerquetelli and [[Rosanna Cancellieri]], he collaborated on the TG3 space ''Chi è di scena'' with interviews and reviews for the column ''Psyche and theater'' where he proposed to use the term " ''psychoplay''" instead of "psychodrama" to translate the English word ''psychodrama''.
[[File:Fernanda Pivano in Palys studios.jpg|miniature|F. Pivano and B. Bertolucci play with the chessboard]]

=== The Chessboard and the Rascals ===
In 1986 Rosati proposes ''La Scacchiera'', a new [[play therapy]] kinetic statuettes, laser pointers and lights to be moved above a tower of transparent chessboards, which connects the work of [[Jacob Levi Moreno|Moreno] ] to [[Active Imagination]] by [[Jung]], to [[Donald Winnicott]]'s model and Margareth Lowenfeld's sandplay.
<ref>Interview with Francesco Marzano {{Quote web|url=|titolo=Interview with Ottavio Rosati}}</ref>
<ref>Diana Botti, Interview with Ottavio Rosati on AIPSIM {{Cita web|url=|titolo=Interview with Ottavio Rosati}}</ref> ;

The Chessboard is a dynamic scenography within a scenic system that offers the author of the game hundreds of ''action figures'' taken from the world of comics, cinema and archeology with which to create scenarios that emerge from the unconscious. The images can be restructured thanks to photographs and quick sequence shots made by the patient. Rosati points out that the first to fill the studio with statuettes was Freud, a collector of archaeological finds that affected patients but were not part of the analytic work, as the poet [[Hilda Doolittle]] recalls in her book 'The signs on the wall' ' (1956) {{Without source}}.

The Chessboard also enters psychodramas and sociodramas such as ''Il Piombo e l'Oro del Perdono'' (2005), ''Sette Emozioni'' (2019) or ''The Struggle of Jacob'' (2017) at the Kunst-station of Coloniacon [[Sidival Fila]]<ref>{{Cita web|url=|titolo=Interview with Ottavio Rosati}}</ref>. {{see also|Sociodrama}}
In 1990 he presented a new video therapy technique at the Faculty of Psychology of Rome Sapienza: ''Bricconaggio'' (cathartic games played by the protagonist outside the group, to elaborate an emotional trauma on social networks).

The first scam put online in 2018 is ''The dogs of rotten water''. The second is ''Perdo-nanda Pivano'', a spin-off of the socioplay ''Il Piombo e l'Oro del Perdono'' (2005) on the ''Diaries'' of the writer.

The publication and promotion of the short film on the web (the antithesis of the classic psychoanalytic privacy) aim to give public prominence to the catharsis: "the purpose of a scam is to get the victims of an affective trauma out of loneliness and improper shame, to enter in the role of authors and ''publishers'' of their true story".

=== Sociodramas for radio, cinema and television ===
Rosati staged the relationship between the [[Teatro della spontaneità|Teatro della Spontaneità]] and the trilogy of the ''Teatro nel teatro'' by [[Luigi Pirandello]] to which, with the Stable Theaters of Rome, Turin and Catania, dedicated [[Sociodrama|socioplay]] and conferences with the participation of PierLuigi Pirandello (nephew of the writer and son of the painter [[Fausto Pirandello]]), [[Fernanda Pivano]] and [[Zerka T. Moreno| Zerka Toeman Moreno]] wife and collaborator of [[Jacob Levi Moreno]], whom [[Osvaldo Guerrieri]] in ''La Stampa'' defines as ''vestal of psychodrama, protagonist between science and theater''. When financial blackmail and scandals, similar to those imagined by Pirandello in his comedy, block the production of ''La Moreno (who everyone knows who she is) for Pirandello and Each in his own way'' {{Senzasource}}, Rosati he saves it by bringing the gang of a Neapolitan pazzariello to Turin who, quoting the [[Totò]] of [[The gold of Naples (film)|The gold of Naples]], crosses the streets of the city in a ''Living Newspaper'' denouncing the situation. The press observes that this real scandal corresponds to the one imagined by Pirandello in the play. The support of the banks remains lost but the response of passers-by and the reaction of newspapers is such that [[Ugo Gregoretti]] reopens the doors of the [[Teatro Carignano|Carignano]] and the event enjoys enormous success with critics and the public. [[Osvaldo Guerrieri]] on [[La Stampa]] writes: ''Here, finally, is the mad game, expertly administered by Ottavio Rosati and offered to a very large public, enticed by flattery that is a bit witchy, a bit scientific, a bit clownish [...] Rarely have we seen the Carignano so bubbling with participation as on this evening. Up, in the boxes, some seem to go crazy, arguing at a distance. In the heated atmosphere, the ghost of futurist evenings is eyeing slyly''.

He produced the first psychodramas made in Italy in theater and television calling as interpreters of the roles ("auxiliary egos") professional actors such as [[Milena Vukotic]], [[Alessandro Haber]], [[Rosalia Maggio]], [[ Urbano Barberini]], [[Leo Gullotta]] to bring the language of fiction closer to the therapeutic staging of true stories<ref>{{Cita web|url= /1991/10/17/accendi-la-tv-di-scena-la.html?ref=search|author=Luciana Sica|titolo=Turn on the TV: my psyche is on stage|publication=La Repubblica|data= October 17, 1991}}</ref>. In 1991 [[Vittorio Gassman]] invited him to present psychodrama as a real theatrical genre in the program ''Tutto il mondo è teatro'' (Rai 2). In a 2021 video interview with Felice Perussia, Rosati recalls the meeting with Gassman who reveals his interest in the ''Psychomagic'' of [[Jodorowsky Alejandro|Jodorowsky]]<ref>''Psychodrama and Active Techniques Online - Opportunities & Limits'':// YouTube-Perussia]</ref>.

After the 1990 mini-series ''Playing the dream, filming the game''<ref>{{Cita web|url= /excuse-but-she-an-actor-no.html|author=Luciana Sica|title=Excuse her, are you an actor? No, a patient|publication=La Repubblica|data=April 28, 1990}}</ref> ([[Teatro Stabile di Torino]] with Cinema Giovani) where a group of boys stage their dreams in front of two video cameras, Rai 3, under the direction of [[Angelo Guglielmi]], produces and broadcasts in prime time ' '[[History is born from History]]'' (1991)<ref>{{quote news|publication=L'Europeo|data=17 April 1991|author=Paolo Brogi|title=A new RaiTre programme}}< ;/ref><ref>{{Cita web|url=|titolo=But is the camera better than the cot?| author=Federica Lamberti Zanardi|publication=Friday of La Repubblica|date=November 22, 1991}}</ref>. He also invites the psychoanalyst [[Aldo Carotenuto]] to a ''book-drama'' of his best seller ''[[Diary of a secret symmetry, Sabina Spielrein between Jung and Freud|Diary of a secret symmetry]]'' where they subject scene the roles of [[Sigmund Freud]], [[Carl Gustav Jung|Jung]] and [[Sabina Nikolaevna Špil'rejn|Sabina Spielrein]]. Rosati turned to [[Emanuele Luzzati]] for the scene and the posters of the announcement and recorded two series of the program in the gymnasium of a therapeutic community in the Superga wood with the [[Teatro Stabile di Torino]] and the [[Teatro Regio ( Torino)|Teatro dell'Opera di Torino]] which for the first time make the scenographic repertoire of their warehouses available to Rai. The format triples the audience and reviews. In ''La Stampa'' Laura Carassai defines ''[[History is born from History]]'' as ''the year-end theatrical-television success''<ref>Laura Carassai, "On TV stories of incest and prostitution - Rosalia Maggio: Pope John saved me from the sidewalk" La Stampa, November 6, 1991</ref>.

Over the years Rosati has carried out this research with the [[Teatro Stabile di Catania|Teatro Stabile and the University of Catania]] and with the Faculty of Psychology of the University of Rome experimenting at the [[Teatro Valle]] in Rome, the IPOV3 filming system (integral and without editing) on the iPad platform with which the immediate switching between five camera angles makes it possible to revisit the para-linguistic interactions of the individual players in the system at any time.

He collaborated on the program ''[[Mezzogiorno in famiglia]]'' from 1993 to 1996, on [[Rai 2]], opening with [[Alessandro Cecchi Paone]] the popular column ''Letters to the family psychologist'' (inspired to [[Françoise Dolto]]'s radio conversations at Radiodiffusion-Télévision Française in the 1970s), in which she replies to her parents' letters and presents basic books on psychoanalysis and family therapy. The column is closed in the third season because Rosati refuses to replace the books with American-style quizzes. He will return to the [[Michele Guardì|Guardì]] program in 2010 with a blitz of his cockatoos who, in an impromptu ''picking'', turn upside down the live television broadcast in which [[Giancarlo Magalli|Magalli]] interviews him on pet therapy. For [[RaiSat]] in 1992 he created with [[Alfredo Antonaros]] 21 episodes of ''Il Pappafreud'' on the psychoanalysis of food: a comic 'parrot-drama' which starts from incursions with the cockatoo Teto, trained in the '' pet therapy'', in restaurants and markets where passers-by ask questions which are then answered in the [[Gambero Rosso (company)|Gambero Rosso]] television studio.

In 2006 for Rai Sat, with the photography of [[Mario Amura]] and the consultancy of Malcolm Andrews (president of the Dickens Fellowship), Rosati organized in S. Maria in Trastevere with [[Matteo Maria Zuppi]] (cardinal then parish priest of the basilica) the first sociodrama since Dickens' ''[[A Christmas Carol]]''. In the sociodrama Rosati proposes that Dickens' story is a restructuring of the parable of the rich and the poor from the Gospel of Luke, presented by Matteo Zuppi at the beginning of the programme: ''Scrooge's repentant partner can make that short passage from the realm of the dead to that of the living that Abraham refuses to Epulone''. Bypassing the veto of Rai Sat and the firefighters, Zuppi allows him to film the appearance of Marley, in the false ceiling of the basilica to create a ''video-karaoke'' in which the spectators interact with the ghost by reading aloud the Scrooge jokes. The actor [[Francesco Carnelutti (actor)|Francesco Carnelutti]] in the role of Marley goes into a trance and does not blink for seven minutes. The socio-drama will be broadcast every three hours from 24 to 26 December but the director of the Rai network moves the filming to the Teatro del Gusto del Gambero Rosso and forbids Rosati from participating in the editing. In 2007 the [[Teatro Stabile di Catania]] re-proposed the formula to middle school students for the reopening of the Moncada Theater in a disadvantaged district of the city. The same year Rosati, with the actress Renata Biserni and other students, repeats the socioplay of the Christmas Carol at the school of Jungian analysts of the [[Italian Association of Analytical Psychology|AIPA]] in Rome.

=== Psycho-cinema, documentary films and scripts ===
[[File:Canonero-ferri-LMP Cinecitta.jpg|miniature|upright|Ottavio Rosati with [[Milena Canonero]] at the Sala Fellini of Cinecittà (2019). In the middle [[Elda Ferri]].]]

As part of the "psychocinema" of [[Jacob Levi Moreno]], Rosati, after ''[[Da Storia nasce Storia]]'' ([[Rai 3]]), opens the production company ''Plays srl' ' which together with [[Studies of Cinecittà|Cinecittà Holding]] made twelve short films on ''Ghosts'' written by Ezio Donato for the University and the [[Teatro Stabile di Catania]]. In ''Fantasmi'' he plays the role of [[Jacob Levi Moreno]] alongside [[Leo Gullotta]] for the first time in the role and characters of [[Luigi Pirandello]] (1992). ''Ghosts'' inaugurates the new Benedictine auditorium at the Faculty of Letters and the rector awards the two interpreters with the medal of the City of Catania<ref>Giovanna Caggegi, ''In the name of Pirandello - The Rector awards the two interpreters of Ghosts the medal of the City of Catania'', Sicily, 2 March 2002 [ ''press review of Ghosts' ']</ref>.

Following the ''book-drama'' by [[Aldo Carotenuto]] on Freud, Jung and [[Sabina Nikolaevna Špil'rejn|Sabine Spielrein]], in 1997 he wrote for [[Rai 2]], with Tania di Martino, the screenplay of ''Diary of a secret symmetry'', a film that [[Liliana Cavani]] (then president of Rai) commissions to be directed by [[Nelo Risi]] but fails to produce {{Senza fonte}}: the The first film on Carotenuto's book will be born with the production of [[Elda Ferri]] with the title ''[[Prendimi l'anima]]'' directed by [[Roberto Faenza]]. He wrote the screenplay for the films ''Ciao, Teto'' and ''Cacatoa'', a ''European parrot'' for the protection of the species of fauna and flora protected by the [[CITES Service|Cites]]{{Senzasource} }.

In 2001 he directed ''[[Generations of love - The four Americas of Fernanda Pivano|Generations of love]]''<ref>{{Cita web|url= aspx?t=film&l=it&did=27490|titolo=Generations of love: Fernanda Pivano's four Americas and Ottavio Rosati's Teatro del Tempo|editore=Istituto Luce Cinecittà.}}</ref> a portrait of [[Fernanda Pivano]], based on 20 hours of interviews.

In 2015 he produces and directs with Plays and the Capucci Foundation ''Le code, le ali'' on the exhibition ''In search of regality'' by the couturier [[Roberto Capucci]] which [[Adriana Mulassano]] presents as a loan artist fashionable. After four years he made the docu-film ''[[Forbidden fashion - Roberto Capucci and the future of high fashion|Forbidden fashion: Roberto Capucci and the future of high fashion]]a''<ref>{{ Cita web|url=|titolo=The forbidden fashion}}</ref> with [[Elda Ferri]] for Jean Vigo Italy and [[Roberto Cicutto]].

In 2020 for the Istituto Luce Cinecittà, he collaborated on the video book on the restoration of ''Psychodrame'' (RTF, 1956) by [[Jacob Levi Moreno|J. L. Moreno]] and [[Roberto Rossellini]]<ref>{{Cita web| |editore=Istituto Luce - Cinecittà News.html|titolo= Psychodrame by Rossellini restored}}< /ref> and shoots the short ''Four deformations in the Theater of Time'' for the DVD of ''[[Generations of love - The four Americas by Fernanda Pivano|Generations of love]]'' with the animated drawings of [[Joshua Held]]<ref>''[[Generations of love - The four Americas by Fernanda Pivano|Generations of love]]'' edited by Vera Fazio and Francesco Marzano [ plays/productions/generations-of-love Plays, Jean Vigo with Istituto Luce Cinecittà]</ref>. In 2022 he wrote the screenplay for ''Il Fuoco e le Lune'' on the true story of a boy who ''invented sex drama to get out of a love trauma''.

== Partial filmography ==
=== Actor ===

=== Manufacturer ===

=== Director ===
*''[[Generations of love - The four Americas by Fernanda Pivano]]'' - documentary (2001)
*''[[Forbidden fashion - Roberto Capucci and the future of high fashion]]'' - documentary (2019)

=== Writer ===

=== Production Designer ===
{{W|cinema|August 2022|What am I? Series? Miniseries? Movie? Documentaries? programs? If they are not "fiction" they should be moved to "TV programmes". Direction and year and possibly type of fiction must also be indicated}}
* ''Christmas Carol Socioplay''
* ''The chessboard''
* ''[[Generations of love - The four Americas by Fernanda Pivano]]'', directed by Ottavio Rosati (2001)
* ''The rebirth of Don Romeo''
* ''The lead and gold of forgiveness''
* ''Ghosts in the Valley''
* ''Seven Emotions''
* ''Big parties with fire''

== TV Shows ==
* ''[[History is born from History]]'' (1991)
* ''The family psychologist'' column of ''[[A family morning|Family morning]]'' (Rai 2, 1993)

== Radios ==
* ''Orione'' ([[Rai Radio Tre]], 1974-1991)
* ''Third Page'' (Rai Radio Tre, 1974-1991)
* ''My voice will accompany you'' (Rai Radio Tre, 1985)
* ''The pleasure of acting out'' (Rai Radio Tre, 1985)
* ''Zelda'' ([[Rai Radio Uno]], 1985)

== Theater ==
=== Director ===
*''La Moreno (who everyone knows who she is) for Pirandello and Each in his own way''

== Publications ==
*''Classical Psychodrama, Forms of Psychodrama, Psychoanalytic Psychodrama and Theater Therapy'' in Dictionary of Psychiatry by M. Cuzzolaro and G. Zanda, Rome Astrolabio, 1979
*''Psychodrama'' in 'Encyclopaedia of the Theater of the Twentieth Century' edited by Antonio Attisani, Feltrinelli, 1980
*''Pirandello and psychodrama in Italy'', special issue of Proceedings of Psychodrama, Ubaldini Editore, 1982
*''Tonight we recite a subject'', special issue of Proceedings of Psychodrama, Ubaldini Editore, 1983
*''The technique of psychodrama in relation to the thought of C.G. Jung'' in Child psychotherapy edited by F. Montecchi, 1984
*''Clinica Turandot - Puccini and the game of the soul'', in Exoticism and local color in Puccini's work - Proceedings of the first international conference on the work of Giacomo Puccini) edited by J. Maehder, Pisa, Giardini, 1985
*''Psychodrama and active methods'', 1986, in Historical Journal of Dynamic Psychology, n. 19, Liguori, Rome, 1986
*''La Moreno for Pirandello and Each in his own way'', special issue of Proceedings of Psychodrama, Ubaldini Editore, 1987
*''Morello between Moreno and Pirandello in Each in his own way'', Notebook n. 39, of the Teatro Stabile Friuli-Venezia Giulia, edited by Mario Brandolin, 1988
*''Psychodrama'', in Which psychotherapy? edited by S. Marhaba and M. Armezzani, Padua, Liviana Editrice, 1988
*''Play interpretation and play interpretation in psychodrama'' in Review of analytical psychology, Ubaldini, 1988
*''Psychodrama between analysis and action'', in Illness and Psychotherapy, edited by P. Colamonico and G.P. Lombardo, Bulzoni, 1989
*''Professional training in psychodrama'', in The workshop of the soul edited by S. Benvenuto and O. Nicolau, Franco Angeli. 1990
*''The activation of the image in Jungian psychoplay'', 1992, in Aldo Carotenuto, Treatise on Analytical Psychology, vol.2, UTET, 1992
*''The triple psychodrama of Aldo Carotenuto'', in Forms of knowledge in psychology. Essays on Aldo Carotenuto, edited by Giorgio Antonelli, Bompiani, 1993
*''Multi-layered interview with Aldo Carotenuto'', Di Renzo, Rome (with DVD), 1994
*''Lago dei Teti'' in the Historical Journal of Dynamic Psychology, n.47, Di Renzo, Rome, 2000
*''The rebirth of Don Romeo'' in the Historical Journal of Dynamic Psychology, n.49, Di Renzo, Rome, 2001
*''Men and parrots and Game and Pet Therapy'' in Exotic pets, edited by Amerio Croce, Poletto Editore, Rome, 2002
*''Psychodrama, Role-playing, Catharsis and Active Techniques'' in International Dictionary of Psychotherapy edited by Giorgio Nardone, Garzanti, 2013
*''Four decades of Plays between Pivano and Marie-Louise von Franz'' (first and second decade) in, 2016
*''Great parties with fire'', comedy script (registered at SIAE), Plays ed. with OFF-OFF Theatre, Rome, 2018.
*''Four decades of Plays between Pivano and Marie-Louise von Franz'' (third and fourth decades) in, 2018
*''Roberto Capucci and the future of high fashion'', booklet of the DVD ''La Moda Proibita'', Istituto Luce Cinecittà, 2019
*''Which psychocinema?'', in the booklet of the DVD ''Psychodrame'' by J. L. Moreno and Roberto Rossellini, Istituto Luce Cinecittà, 2019
*''Generations of love - Fernanda Pivano's theater of time'', booklet of the DVD ''The Four Americas of Fernanda Pivano'', Istituto Luce Cinecittà, 2020

== Notes ==
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==Other projects==

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