group psychotherapy

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Synonyms for group psychotherapy

psychotherapy in which a small group of individuals meet with a therapist

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Given the specificity of the text, I would not recommend it as a primary text for a graduate level dos in general group therapy, but it could be used as a suggested supplemental text for a group psychotherapy or bereavement course.
Community-wide programs that repair the social fabric may have more potential in these settings than individual or group psychotherapy.
Taken together, these two studies point to the viability of a values-based, existential therapeutic model in viably engaging and working with men in group psychotherapy.
More recently, a process analysis of seven adults in group psychotherapy found that the visual analysis of a patient's social atom (that is, diagram of human relationships) was associated with the healing of unresolved emotional pain and the repair of fragmentation in interpersonal relationships (McVea, Gow, & Lowe, 2011).
Two code sets--chose for family psychotherapy (90846, 90847, 90849) and group psychotherapy (90853)--were retained.
There are questions about addiction treatment methods, self-help groups, individual or group psychotherapy respondent has used in the basic part of the questionnaire.
Group Psychotherapy of Disfonctional Fear of Progression in Patients with Chronic Arthritis or Cancer.
Using the theory of reasoned action for the understanding, prediction, and control of premature termination behavior in group psychotherapy.
His professional memberships and service included his association within the Western Diocese of the Anglican Church of MA, the Board of the Massachusetts Down's Syndrome Congress, the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, the American Group Psychotherapy Association and the American Association of Marriage and Family Counselors.
They address the causes of psychological problems in self and identity, self-regulation, interpersonal processes, social cognition, and emotion; assessment and diagnosis; and interventions and clinical interactions like self-directed change, social influence processes and persuasion in psychotherapy, transference, and group psychotherapy.
This article explores the viability of Gender Role Re-Evaluation (GRE) and Non Gender-Focused (NGF) group psychotherapy with recently separated men.
In addition to specialized therapy, Southdown uses peer group psychotherapy to encourage patients to give and receive feedback about one another's addictions.
I thought that upon graduation I would focus on individual therapy but I have been exposed to other modalities such as couples therapy, family therapy and group psychotherapy and will be providing those services as well.
They reported "significantly less increase in the intensity of pain and suffering over time," compared with a control group, who did not receive the group psychotherapy intervention.
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