Research and evaluation

The general trends in the literature show ample empirical confirmation that group treatments represent a powerful therapeutic intervention: (l.48)

The increased ability of investigators to address more pragmatic, personalized, and specific group processes and outcomes, and a growing recognition that practitioners and researchers share much in common, suggests that significant progress is being made.

Comprehensive reviews by Dies, Piper, and Fuhriman and Burlingame, among others, attest to the developing field. (l49) Dies(15°) provides a comprehensive review of the literature, describing positive outcomes with alcoholism, anxiety disorders, bereavement, bulimia, depression, schizophrenia, and sexual abuse.

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