This book captures the flavor and spirit of the highly trained and experienced practitioner as he goes about the task of organizing and conducting a group. It also captures the warmth and humanity of a professional who is deeply devoted to his patients, his profession and humanity at large.
Table of Contents
Introduction -- Group-Analytic Orientation -- What Is Group-Analytic Psychotherapy? -- The Treatment of the Life Group -- The Group-Analytic Group -- Diagnostics -- Therapeutics -- The Group-Analytic Situation -- The Conductor -- The Conductor in Action -- The Conductor As A Person And His Training -- On Teaching Psychotherapy