The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy

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INDEX
Abandonment: borderline patient and, 399; boring patients and, 37, 378-79; fear of, 108-9; removal from group and, 318; termination and sensitization to, 364
Absenteeism, 107; construction of norms on, 111-12; flight through, 181; help- rejecting complainer and, 381; monopolist and, 370; process illumination and, 152-53; termination and, 367
Abuse, physical and psychological, 35, 212
Acceptance by members, 49, 50, 52, 56-57, 97n; group development and, 296, 297; modeling of, 114, 115; need for, 22-23; posture of therapist and, 106; self-disclosure and, 354, 355, 356; universality and, 7
Acting out, 158; by borderline patients, 399; in leaderless meetings, 420-21; in subgrouping, 331, 337
Activation of here-and-now, see Here-and- now focus
Actualizations, 485
Actualizing tendencies, 55
Acute inpatient groups, 65, 455-80; agenda filling in, 477-78; agenda go-round in, 475-77; alleviating hospital-related anxiety in, 462; altruism in, 462; clinical illustration of, 461; clinical setting for, 455-59; decreasing isolation in, 461-62; efficiency and activity in, 463; engaging patient in therapeutic process in, 460; formulation of goals of, 459-62; here-and- now focus of, 466-68; modification of technique in, 462-68; orientation and preparation in, 473-75; problem spotting in, 460-61; protocol for, 471-72; review phase of, 478-80; spatial and temporal boundaries of, 469-70; structure of, 468-73; support in, 463-66; therapeutic factors in, 100-101; therapist style in, 470-71; time frame in, 462-63; universality in, 460; working model of, 473-80
Adaptive spiral, 43-44; imitative behavior in, 86; and therapeutic factors outside group, 103
Addition of new members, 107, 154-55, 319-25, 346-37; clinical illustration of, 324-25; possibility of subgroup formation and, 334-35; response of group to, 320-21; therapeutic guidelines for, 321-25; timing of, 319-20
Adler, Alfred, 28, 499
Adult Survivors of Incest, 8
Advice giving, 10-11, 109; help-rejecting complainer and, 380, 381; in initial stage of group, 297; therapist's view of, 98
Affect: autonomic expressions of, 36, 392-93; borderline patients and, 399, 400; conflict and, 350, 351, 353; written summaries and understanding of, 432

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