~~lcolm Pines and Lise Rafaelsen The Seventh International Congress of Group Psychotherapy organized in Copenhagen by the International Association of Group Psychotherapy was one of the largest and most representative congresses on this subject that has yet been held. Probably for the first time we achieved the declared aim of the International Association: that of bringing together representatives of the different approaches to group psychotherapy in the same forum to allow for communication, exchange, and development of our relation ships. Previous congresses have been less representative and it seems to augur well for the future of the Association and of it's congresses that there was this strong force and wish for unification and for exchange within the field of group psychotherapy. The Congress theme, "The Individual and the Group: Boundaries and Interrelations in Theory and Practice" was chosen because it gave an opportunity once again to examine the very basis for group ~sycho therapy as theory and as practice. The basic theme, stated in the opening papers by Professor Marie Jahoda and Professor James Anthony, was replayed daily with new developments and variations according to the theoretical position of each subsequent speaker.
I - Clinical Groups.- The Incest Barrier and Psychoanalytic Group Process -.- The Significance of Teasing in Group Psychotherapy -.- Authority and Authoritarism in Group Psychotherapy -.- The Structure of Roles and the Status of the Unconscious -.- The Phenomenology of Separation Difficulties in Group Psychotherapy -.- The Angry Patient in the Large Group: Classification and Management at a London University Unit -.- Group Work in the Pscyhotherapy of Rehabilitation -.- The Subjective Experience of Group Membership -.- Counter-Transference in Group Therapy -.- Destructive Sexuality (Sexual Perversion) - Clinical Concept and Psychotherapeutic Treatment in Dynamic Psychiatry -.- What a Patient can Learn about his Narcissism in an Analytic Group -.- Restoring the Impaired Self as an Essential Corrective Experience in Group Analysis -.- Mental Images, Visualization, Individual and Group Psychotherapy as an Adjuvant to Cancer Therapy.- Working Relationships in Analytic Group Psychotherapy -.- The Problems of Interpretation in Group Co-Psychotherapy -.- A Patients' Guide to Psychotherapy - Some Ideas on the Protection of the Patient -.- II - Group Psychotherapy, Children, Adolescence, Family and Marital.- Effective Communication in Adolescent Group Psychotherapy -.- The Child in the Group Child Psychoanalytical Group Therapy -.- On the Theory and Technique of Couple Group Analysis -.- Developing a Support Programme for Families with Seriously Ill or Dying Children: The First Six Months -.- The Marbles Test: Ten Years Later -.- III - Psychodrama.- Dependence - Independence - Interdependence of the Individual Within the Group: Possibilities of Diagnosis and Intervention by Means of Psychodrama -.- Theory of the Scene -.- Psychodrama as a Method of the Clinical Psychotherapy in Rehabilitation of Adults with Brain Damage -.- The Therapeutic Community and the Psychodrama, Relations and Countereffect in the Therapeutic Process -.- Teaching of the Psychodramatic Method -.- IV - Psychosis.- The Psychotic Patient as "Co-Therapist" -.- The Group as a Hospital -.- Theory and Practice in Group Psychotherapy with Borderline and Narcissistic Psychopathologies -.- Differences in Psychopathology of and Treatment Strategy with Borderline and Narcissistic Personalities -.- Gestalt Therapy with Schizophrenic Patients -.- Group Analysis with Schizophrenics -.- V - Training.- Microskills and Metatheory: A Systematic Formulation for Teaching Individual and Group Psychotherapeutic Skills -.- Some Characteristics of our Didactic Groups -.- The Use of Group Reports in Training Group Therapists -.- Unstructured Large Group Learning -.- The Significance of Group Psychotherapy in the Training of Family Practitioners -.- Training Program in Group Analysis -.- Observations on a Role-Analysis Group Some Boundary Aspects -.- Some Thoughts concerning Training Programmes in Psychotherapy -.- On Supervision of Psychotherapy -.- VI - Cultural Aspects.- Psychodrama Elements in Psychosis Treatment by Shamans of Sri Lanka -.- Psychotherapy: Practical Issues and Problems in Nigeria - 12 Months Experience -.- An Empty Mirror: The Problem of Interpersonal Boundaries -.- Index -.
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