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The Wiley–Blackwell Handbook of Group Psychotherapy. Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks

  • ID: 3024929
  • Book
  • 824 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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A user–friendly guide of best practice for leading groups in various settings and with different populations, which incorporates the latest developments in today′s mental health marketplace.
  • Features multiple theoretical perspectives and guidelines for running groups for diverse populations, in the US and worldwide
  • Offers modern approaches and practical suggestions in a user–friendly and jargon–free style, with many clinical examples
  • Includes a major component on resiliency and trauma relief work, and explores its impact on clinicians
  • Accompanied by an online resource featuring discussions of psychotherapeutic techniques in practice
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Contributors ix

1. Introduction to Group Psychotherapy 1Jeffrey L. Kleinberg

Section One: Building the Frame: Theoretical Models 9

Introduction 9

2. Psychoanalytic Group Psychotherapy: An Overview 13Priscilla F. Kauff

3. The Interpersonal Model of Group Psychotherapy 33Molyn Leszcz and Jan Malat

4. Towards an Integrative Intersubjective and Relational Group Psychotherapy 59Victor L. Schermer and Cecil A. Rice

5. Integrative Cognitive–Behavioral Group Therapy 89Greg Crosby, with Donald Altman

6. Functional Subgrouping and the Systems–Centered Approach to Group Therapy 113Susan P. Gantt

7. The Functional Group Model 139Sharan L. Schwartzberg and Mary Alicia Barnes

8. It′s All About Me: Introduction to Relational Group Psychotherapy 169Richard M. Billow

9. Resonance among Members and its Therapeutic Value in Group Psychotherapy 187Avi Berman

10. The Dynamics of Mirror Reactions and their Impact on the Analytic Group 197Miriam Berger

11. Meeting Maturational Needs in Modern Group Analysis: A Schema for Personality Integration and Interpersonal Effectiveness 217Elliot Zeisel

12. Developing the Role of the Group Facilitator: Learning from Experience 231Orit Nuttman–Shwartz and Sarit Shay

13. From Empathically Immersed Inquiry to Discrete Intervention: Are There Limits to Theoretical Purity? 249Steven L. Van Wagoner

Section Two: Groups for Adults 271

Introduction 271

14. Support and Process–Oriented Therapy Groups 275Lise Motherwell

15. Working with the Difficult Group Patient 299Phyllis F. Cohen

16. Working with Primitive Defenses in Group 321Martha Gilmore

17. Structured Techniques to Facilitate Relating at Various Levels in Group 335Albert J. Brok

18. Effective Management of Substance Abuse Issues in Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy 345Marsha Vannicelli

19. Single–Gender or Mixed–Gender Groups: Choosing a Perspective 381Darryl L. Pure

20. Sexual Diversity in Group Psychotherapy 397Morris Nitsun

21. Group Therapy For Females Molested In Girlhood 409Shoshana Ben–Noam

22. Couples Group Psychotherapy: A Quarter of a Century Retrospective 431Judith Coché

23. The Large Group: Dynamics, Social Implications and Therapeutic Value 457Haim Weinberg and Daniel J. N. Weishut

24. Dreams and Dreamtelling: A Group Approach 479Robi Friedman

25. Group Interventions Following Trauma and Disaster 499Suzanne B. Phillips and Robert H. Klein

26. After the Conflict: Training of Group Supervision in Guatemala 517Elisabeth Rohr

27. Group Psychotherapy for Patients with Psychosis: A Psychodynamic (Group–Analytic) Approach 547Ivan Urlic

28. Care for the Caregivers 571Richard Beck

Section Three: Groups for Children 587

Introduction 587

29. Group Therapy with Children 589Seth Aronson

30. Adolescent Group Psychotherapy: The Real Work 609Andrew P. Pojman

31. The Earth as a Classroom: Children s Groups in the Aftermath of Mass Trauma 623Emily Zeng

32. A Multidisciplinary Treatment Team Model for Youth Offenders in Correctional Treatment Centers: Applying Psychodynamic Group Concepts 645D. Thomas Stone Jr. and Anne Carson Thomas

Section Four: Diversity 665

Introduction 665

33. Diversity in Groups: Culture, Ethnicity and Race 667Siddharth Ashvin Shah and Razia Kosi

34. A Spiritually Informed Approach to Group Psychotherapy 681Alexis D. Abernethy

Section Five: Through a Personal Lens 707

Introduction 707

35. Group Psychotherapy as my Career Path 709Walter N. Stone

36. My Development as a Group Therapist 731Marvin L. Aronson

37. Group Psychotherapy with High–Functioning Adults Or, People Like Me! 745Bonnie J. Buchele

Author Index 771

Subject Index 785

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Jeffrey L. Kleinberg
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