1. Group Psychotherapy
Cohesiveness does not equal comfort. Unless hostility is openly expressed and managed by the therapist persistent covert hostile attitudes may hamper the cohesiveness and effect interpersonal learning. If hostility is not addressed, it will seep out in indirect ways. Unaddressed hostility can cause people to stop talking, and when people stop talking, people quit. When people quit group, there is no group, no talking, and no change. How would the therapist encourage group cohesiveness and attendance? 250 words
2. Group Psychotherapy
Some individuals prefer group therapy over individual therapy, while others are wary of group therapy settings. There are various types of group therapy, each benefiting individuals in multiple ways. Research has shown that group therapy is valuable in many instances, especially for individuals suffering from addiction. What are some of the benefits of group therapy? What are the drawbacks and how might they be addressed by the therapist? 250 words
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Chapter 14 – Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Complex Trauma
Chapter 11 – Group Therapy
Chapter 16 – Psychopharmacotherapy and Psychotherapy