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Comprehensive Group Psychotherapy

ISBN-10: 0683045342

ISBN-13: 9780683045345

Edition: 3rd 1993

Authors: Harold I. Kaplan, Benjamin J. Sadock

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A textbook providing a comprehensive survey of the therapeutic techniques that dominate contemporary group practice and the theories and hypotheses on which they are based. The volume is divided into six major sections: basic principles; specialized group psychotherapy techniques; special practices in group psychotherapy; group psychotherapy with special populations; group psychotherapy in special settings; and training, research, and special areas. The first edition was published in 1971, the second in 1983. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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List price: $85.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 728
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.50" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 3.278
Language: English

Preface
Contributors
History of Group Psychotherapyp. 2
Freud: The Group Psychologist and Group Leaderp. 10
Group Dynamicsp. 21
Systems Theory and Small Groupsp. 32
Introduction: Tavistock Tradition in Organizational Psychologyp. 45
Paranoiagenesis in Organizationsp. 47
Clinical Diagnosis in Group Psychotherapyp. 57
Selection and Preparation of Patients and Organization of the Groupp. 72
Role of the Leader in Group Psychotherapyp. 84
Countertransference and Transference in Groupsp. 98
Resistance and Working Through in Group Psychotherapyp. 105
Termination Processes in Group Psychotherapyp. 115
Psychoanalysis in Groupsp. 126
Psychoanalytic Group Psychotherapyp. 138
Group Analysisp. 146
Group-Centered Models of Group Psychotherapyp. 156
Object Relations Theory and Group Psychotherapyp. 165
Self Psychology and Group Psychotherapyp. 176
Interpersonal Group Psychotherapyp. 185
Transactional Analysis in Groupsp. 195
Cognitive-Behavioral Group Psychotherapyp. 205
Psychodramap. 214
Gestalt Group Psychotherapyp. 228
Existential-Humanistic Approach to Group Psychotherapyp. 235
Integration and Nonintegration of Innovative Group Methodsp. 244
Short-Term Group Psychotherapyp. 256
Family Therapy and Multiple Family Therapyp. 270
Couples Group Psychotherapyp. 283
Self-Help Groupsp. 292
Cotherapyp. 304
Combined Individual and Group Psychotherapyp. 314
Structured Interactional Group Psychotherapyp. 324
Dream Work in Group Psychotherapyp. 338
Nonverbal Behavior in Groupsp. 346
Use of Video in Group Psychotherapyp. 355
Integrating Psychopharmacology and Group Psychotherapyp. 363
Group Psychotherapy with Anxiety and Mood Disordersp. 374
Group Psychotherapy with Personality Disordersp. 393
Group Psychotherapy with Schizophreniap. 407
Group Psychotherapy with the Chronically Mentally Illp. 418
Group Psychotherapy with Alcoholics, Substance Abusers, and Adult Children of Alcoholicsp. 429
Group Psychotherapy with Eating Disordersp. 443
Group Psychotherapy with the Medically Illp. 459
Group Psychotherapy with HIV-Infected Persons and Their Caregiversp. 470
Group Psychotherapy with Cancer Patients and the Terminally Illp. 477
Group Psychotherapy with Sexual Dysfunctionsp. 489
Group Psychotherapy with Gender-Dysphoric Patientsp. 495
Group Psychotherapy with Gay Men and Lesbiansp. 506
Group Psychotherapy for Adults with a History of Incestp. 515
Group Psychotherapy with Rape Victims and Battered Womenp. 525
Group Psychotherapy with Sexually Abused Childrenp. 531
Group Psychotherapy with Posttraumatic Stress Disorderp. 550
Group Psychotherapy with Childrenp. 560
Group Psychotherapy with Adolescentsp. 577
Group Psychotherapy with the Elderlyp. 584
Community Meetings and the Therapeutic Communityp. 598
Inpatient Group Psychotherapyp. 607
Group Psychotherapy in the Day Hospitalp. 619
Innovative Group Methods in the General Hospital Setting: Psychiatric Liaison Groups and Groups for Medically Ill Patientsp. 635
Qualities of the Group Psychotherapistp. 648
Training and Supervision in Group Psychotherapyp. 656
Ethical and Legal Issues in Group Psychotherapyp. 668
Group Psychotherapy Researchp. 673
Gender Issues in Group Psychotherapyp. 682
Indigenous Healing Groups in Group Psychotherapyp. 693
Links Between Group Process and Social, Political, and Cultural Issuesp. 699
Comparison of Group Counseling and Group Psychotherapyp. 717
Future of Group Psychotherapyp. 724
Indexp. 733
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