In Psychodrama there is no ‘interpretation’ of a dream. The dreamer unravels the meaning of the dream by acting it out with the help of others. The dreamer acts the main role of him or herself, and directs the helpers in the other roles. In dramatising and exploring the dream in this way the obvious as well as the hidden meaning, associations and emotions are made clear. To finish, the dreamer is encouraged to take the dream forward, altering it to what feels more adequate and satisfying. This gives the person opportunity to express and enact what was absent in the dream, and provides release from recurring dreams, and catharsis where necessary.