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  1. Autobiography of a Theory

    Autobiography of a Theory

    Developing a Theory of Living Human Systems and its Systems-Centered Practice

    Yvonne M. Agazarian and Susan P. Gantt

    Systems-centred practice and its theory are one of the most important developments in group psychology in the last forty years. In this book Yvonne Agazarian traces the evolution of her ideas and their application to create a meta-theory, the theory of living human systems. Learn More
    2000, 272pp
  2. A Workbook of Group-Analytic Interventions

    A Workbook of Group-Analytic Interventions

    David Kennard, Jeff Roberts and David A. Winter

    This book is designed to complement the academic and experiential training of therapists. Written by experienced practitioners, it gives trainees a practical insight into the ways in which group analysts may tackle difficult situations, allowing them to understand more fully the nature of intervention right from the beginning of their training. Learn More
    2000, 176pp
  3. The Evolution of Group Analysis

    The Evolution of Group Analysis

    Edited by Malcolm Pines

    S. H. Foulkes was the founder of the group analytic school of group psychotherapy. Amongst the subjects covered in this volume are the nature of the therapeutic process in the light of recent research in child development, the relationship of group analysis to psychoanalysis and the school of Lacan, and research into the results of group therapy. Learn More
    2000, 575pp
  4. Bion and Group Psychotherapy

    Bion and Group Psychotherapy

    Edited by Malcolm Pines

    Wilfred Bion's synthesis of the approach of classical psychoanalysis based on the individual with that of group dynamics has been of enduring influence. The contributors to this volume examine his theories and demonstrate that a later generation is still actively working with the implications of Bion's writings. Learn More
    2000, 416pp
  5. The Psyche and the Social World

    The Psyche and the Social World

    Developments in Group-Analytic Theory

    Edited by Dennis Brown and Louis Zinkin

    In this examination of the legacy of Foulkes, the theoretical foundations of group psychotherapy are applied to a range of groups, including family therapy, institutional dynamics and educational therapy. Contributors include distinguished group analysts, such as Pines and De Mar, and junior analysts selected for their original thinking. Learn More
    2000, Paperback / softback, 9.17in x 6.10in / 233mm x 155mm, 290pp, £29.99
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-928-8
  6. Interpersonal Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Relevance, Dismissal and Self-Definition

    Interpersonal Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Relevance, Dismissal and Self-Definition

    Arthur H. Feiner

    Most books on psychoanalysis, its theory or its process, are packed with abstract, esoteric lingo that's fars away from how people feel or express themselves. This one is different in that it's of the "she-said" variety, and at the same time presents a pot full of insight about patients that really rings true. Learn More
    2000, 192pp
  7. A Century of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Group Analysis

    A Century of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Group Analysis

    A Search for Integration

    Ronald Sandison

    This book argues for the integration of medical and psychoanalytic models of the workings of the mind, and applies an integrated approach to psychiatric practice and psychotherapy. Sandison looks at the seminal ideas of key figures such as Freud, Jung and Foulkes and shows how they have transformed the way people perceive themselves and society. Learn More
    2000, 160pp
  8. A Systems-Centered Approach to Inpatient Group Psychotherapy

    A Systems-Centered Approach to Inpatient Group Psychotherapy

    Yvonne M. Agazarian

    This book is built around the transcript of an inpatient therapy session, giving the reader the opportunity to follow verbatim how systems-centered therapy actually works. The Other chapters give an overview of the systems-centered ideas, their formulation as a theory, and the systems-centered methods that put the theory into practice. Learn More
    2001, 176pp
  9. The Group as Therapist

    The Group as Therapist

    Rachael Chazan

    In this clear and accessible text, Rachael Chazan argues the case for the classical analytic group and demonstrates its potential benefits. She applies the model to couples and multiple family groups, and groups with psychotic and borderline personalities, using illustrations from her own extensive clinical experience. Learn More
    2001, 208pp
  10. Group Action

    Group Action

    The Dynamics of Groups in Therapeutic, Educational and Corporate Settings

    T. Martin Ringer

    Martin Ringer, an internationally known consultant and writer on group psychology, here outlines techniques for understanding groups that will be relevant to those who lead teams in any setting. The result is an accessible guide both to leading a group, and to understanding the necessary dynamics that will result in the best team-work. Learn More
    2002, 304pp

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