Aim & Scope
This journal has been committed to clarifying and expanding group technique among practitioners for nearly half a century. Today, as the time- and cost-effective methods of group therapy are becoming a standard mental health offering, this journal informs therapists about three critical domains: the treatment of everyday, low-severity concerns, the creation of group alternatives to hospital care, and psychosocial treatment of severe and persistent disorders. The journal now includes a special section that reviews current research in the field. Recent issues have covered such engaging topics as: Dream analysis in a group setting, Group psychotherapy and program development, Contemporary Relational Psychologies and Group Therapy.
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