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Role Of Dynamic Group Therapy In Psychiatry

C. Montgomery
Published 2002 · Psychology

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Group psychotherapy is one of the most widely practised treatment methods in psychiatry, with an extensive literature, but it has long been regarded as the poor relation to individual therapy. Nineteenth-century ideas about the primacy of the individual, taken up by psychoanalysis, continue to
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