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Group therapy : a group-analytic approach

By: Contributor(s): Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 219 pages)ISBN:
  • 9781138889712
  • 9781315676289
  • 9781317384694
Subject(s): Genre/Form: LOC classification:
  • RC480.5 .B37 2018
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Contents:
The development of group analysis : the principle of interconnectedness / Nick Barwick -- Core concepts : what goes on in groups? (part one) / Nick Barwick -- Core concepts : what goes on in groups? (part two) / Nick Barwick -- Core concepts : what does the conductor do? (part one) / Nick Barwick -- Core concepts : what does the conductor do? (part two) / Nick Barwick -- Developments in group analysis : the mother approach / Nick Barwick -- Developments in group analysis : the "other" approach / Nick Barwick -- Working with(in) groups : a dialogue / Martin Weegmann & Nick Barwick -- Beginnings : Ted's story / Martin Weegmann -- A group in action : making room (part one) / Nick Barwick -- A group in action : making room (part two) / Nick Barwick -- Further reflections on "making room" / Martin Weegmann -- Endings/theoretical reflections / Nick Barwick -- Clinical discussions / Martin Weegmann & Nick Barwick.
Summary: Group Therapy: A Group-Analytic Approach is a comprehensive introduction to contemporary group analytic theory and practice - the prevailing form of group therapy in Europe. Highly accessible yet meticulously referenced, theoretically rich, yet clinically vivid, it is an invaluable resource for all interested in group therapy, providing access to the very heart of working therapeutically with(in) groups.
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The development of group analysis : the principle of interconnectedness / Nick Barwick -- Core concepts : what goes on in groups? (part one) / Nick Barwick -- Core concepts : what goes on in groups? (part two) / Nick Barwick -- Core concepts : what does the conductor do? (part one) / Nick Barwick -- Core concepts : what does the conductor do? (part two) / Nick Barwick -- Developments in group analysis : the mother approach / Nick Barwick -- Developments in group analysis : the "other" approach / Nick Barwick -- Working with(in) groups : a dialogue / Martin Weegmann & Nick Barwick -- Beginnings : Ted's story / Martin Weegmann -- A group in action : making room (part one) / Nick Barwick -- A group in action : making room (part two) / Nick Barwick -- Further reflections on "making room" / Martin Weegmann -- Endings/theoretical reflections / Nick Barwick -- Clinical discussions / Martin Weegmann & Nick Barwick.

Group Therapy: A Group-Analytic Approach is a comprehensive introduction to contemporary group analytic theory and practice - the prevailing form of group therapy in Europe. Highly accessible yet meticulously referenced, theoretically rich, yet clinically vivid, it is an invaluable resource for all interested in group therapy, providing access to the very heart of working therapeutically with(in) groups.

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