In psychodrama, a group member, other than the therapist, who assumes the role of a significant figure in another group member's life - for example, a male member is constructed as the father.

AUXILIARY EGO: "In psychodrama, an auxiliary ego is a person assuming the role of a significant person in the protagonist's life."
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