This chapter presents a review of some of the major theoretical approaches, which attempt to examine the effectiveness of therapy of group and family contribution in the treatment process. Thus we will look at, existing studies and support on group therapy as an effective method of treatment, and, family contribution to a substance addict individual, and family therapy. This psychiatric maxim is nowhere more applicable than in the treatment of alcoholism. Despite the potential benefits of individual therapy, Stinchfield, Owen and Winters indicate that group therapy is the most common form for substance abusers and dependents. There are now robust research findings showing the effectiveness of dynamic groups as a powerful intervention for a number of disorders, including depression, personality disorder and anxiety states Robinson et al, ; Budman et al, Group therapy as a psychological follow up refers to putting into practice theories or, commonly a therapeutic session based on individual commitment to motivate one and others to live a sober life, with a spirituality help like practice by AA.
Dreams in group therapy: a review of the literature
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Gary M. Not a member? Psychotherapists are becoming busier every day and are constantly trying to manage the many different responsibilities they have with the increase in demand for psychological services. Responsibilities can include assessment, treatment planning, clinical preparation, individual therapy, group therapy, case management, case consultation, documentation, coordinating care, supervision , training, and outreach.
Group Psychotherapy A Review of Literature
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