Presents an overview of group therapy that examines the effectiveness of ways in which individuals may receive treatment and shows how these different approaches can be applicable at different stages within the life of a group.
This book examines the ways in which individuals may receive treatment in therapy groups in Britain. A comprehensive overview of the range of therapies available within a group setting is presented as a broad and searching introduction to group therapy. Small groups, the therapeutic community, large groups self-help groups and one-sex groups are considered in turn by specialists in these areas. The issues of training are considered within this context.
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Introduction: historical perspective, key concepts, and fundamentals of forming a group. Section 1: the small group; interpersonal group therapy; Gestalt group therapy; psychodrama; educational and behaviourial approaches; a comparative review. Section 2: other applications and large groups; the therapeutic community and the large group; the parson centred approach; group approaches to institutional dynamics; self-help groups; one sex groups. Section 3: research and training issues in group therapy; issues in the training of group leaders.
Group Therapy in Britain by Mark Aveline
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