Introduction to Group Analytic Psychotherapy: Studies in the Social Integration of Individuals and Groups
Group Analysis, the approach pioneered by Foulkes, is a form of psychotherapy in small groups and also a method of studying groups and the behavior of human individuals in their social aspects. Apart from a number of practical advantages, it has features of specific value. It is a method of choice for the investigation of many problems and for the treatment of many disturbances.
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THE STUDY OF THE GROUP
THE PSYCHOANALYTIC SITUATION
FORMS OF GROUPS
THE NORTHFIELD EXPERIMENT
THE GROUPANALYTIC SITUATION IN OPERATION
TREATING A WARD
TREATING A HOSPITAL
THE LOCATION OF A DISTURBANCE
THE CONDUCTORS QUALIFICATIONS
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