Introduction to Group Therapy A Practical Guide

ISBN-10: 0789017644

ISBN-13: 9780789017642

Edition: 2nd 2003 (Revised)

Authors: Scott Simon Fehr

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This highly readable work demonstrates the therapeutic power group therapy has in conflict resolution and personality change. It combines theory and practice in a reader-friendly format, presenting practical suggestions.
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Book details

List price: $49.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 5/16/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 358
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.452
Language: English

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
The History of Group Therapy, Part I: Genesis, 1895-1943
The Circle
LeBon
Pratt
Freud
Burrows
Wender
Moreno
Bion
Review
The History of Group Therapy, Part II: 1951 and Beyond
Dreikurs
Foulkes
Corsini and Rosenberg
Slavson
Berne
Rogers
Yalom and Lieberman
Rioch
Horwitz
Ormont
Review
Why Group Therapy?
The Group Therapist
Review
Modalities: Structural Empiricism and Application to Group Therapy
Adlerian
Psychodrama
Existentialism
Person Centered
Transactional Analysis
General Systems Theory (GST)
Gestalt
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
Review
Modalities, Continued
Behavior Therapy
Focal Conflict Paradigm
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
Basic Assumption Model
Reality Therapy
Here-and-Now Modality
Review
Preparation and Practicality
The Setting
Client Inclusion/Exclusion
Cohesion
The Group Contract
Review
The Life Cycle of a Group
Adaptation
Orientation
Formation
Initial Engagement
Inclusion
Reactive Phase
Control
Differentiation
Disinclination to Participate
Transition
Conflict and Confrontation
Resistance
Togetherness
Commitment
Cohesion
Bonding
Attraction
Identification
Family
Mature
Work
Resolution
Productivity
Task Oriented
Cooperation
Termination
Farewell
Closure
The End
Review
Resistance and Self-Protection: Ego Defense Mechanisms and the Process of Adjustment
Resistance
Self-Protection
Review
Transference and Countertransference
Transference
Countertransference
Transference and Its Relationship to Group Therapy
Review
A Case Study
The Case
Group Analytical-Medical Model Approach
An Occupational Therapy Approach
Process-Directed Group Work Approach
Reality Therapy Approach
A Family Art Therapy Systems Approach
Analysis Using the Psychodramatic Modality Approach
Psychoanalytic Object Relational Group Therapy Approach
Adler's Individual Psychology Approach
Here and Now--There and Then Approach
A Case Study, Continued
Systemic Group Therapy Approach
Dance/Movement Therapy--The LivingDance Approach
Family Systems Approach
The Modern Group Analytic Approach
Transactional Analysis Approach
A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach
A Group-As-a-Whole Approach
A Group-Analytical Model Approach
Review
The Training Site, Seeking the Truth, and the Problematic Client
Scenario
Ideal Scenario
Seeking the Truth
The Problematic Client
Review
Group Psychotherapy As a Negative Experience
The Triangle
Review
Issues and Perspectives
Issue: Humor and Its Relation to Psychotherapy
Issue: Therapist Self-Disclosure
Issue: Should a Group Therapist Have the Experience of Being a Group Member?
Issue: Monopolizers
Issue: Subpoena Group Members
Issue: When a Client Is Seeing You in Group Therapy and Another Therapist in Individual Psychotherapy
Issue: Therapist Abuse
Issue: Suicide
Review
Group Psychotherapy As a Specialty
The Many Forms of Group Therapy
Structured Exercises for Developing Group Cohesion
Group Therapy from A to Z
Glossary
References
Index
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