Group methods in adult psychiatry

Malcolm Pines and John Schlapobersky

Introduction

Basic methods and applications

Basicmethods

Basic methods and their applications

ABrief histo.ry.of .group...psych.otherapy Early beginninqs

FirstWorldWar

Peyelopments .between the. two. world, wars

Second.wor.ld. War

Postwar..period

Principal... models..o.f.psychodyna.mic..gro.up.. .therapy

The.therap.ist

Structure. .processand.. content. .the.. dynamic.. elementsof. .a...qroup

The.. dynamic.. lifeof groups Group. .deyelopment..theory

The.lanquaqe ..of.. thegroup

Leadership

The.. dynamics.. ofchange

Basic.. clinical ..issues Pyn.amic..ad.mini.stration

Manaqi.ng..th,e .structure.. setting ..,and„.ti.me...bo„u„n„d.a„ri.es

Fostering.Ihe,. .rapeutic.. normsand.. .aculture ..of.. enquiry

Guidelinesfor. interyention

Groupsfor.. special..populations

Medically ..ill Chronicmentally,.. ill Borderline, ..personality.. .disorders Fgrensicgroups Trauma

Couples. .groups

Elderly. people

Brieftherapy

Research..and...eyaluation Outcome.. research

Process.. .research

Conclusion:. .planning.a. .service Chapter.. References

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