Introduction to Group-Analytic Psychotherapy: Studies in the Social Integration of Individuals and Groups

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INDEX
Absent member, present in spirit, 128
as scapegoat, 130
Absenteeism, 146
Accident proneness, and personality type, 6
Ackerman, Nathan W., 141, 162, 163, 169
Activation, by group, 126
Activity, creative, 1
discriminating, 137
Activity Group Therapy, 54, 58, 102, 159
Adaptation, creative element in, 1, 73
Adjustment, active, 1
instead of sublimation, 12, 164
current therapeutic action of, 73
social, in therapeutic groups, 166
Affective re-education, 155
Agent, diagnostic, group as, 119
Alexander and French, 155
Analysand, and Psychoanalyst, 144
and analytic situation, 7, 8
Analyst. (See Psychoanalyst)
Analyst, Group. (See Group Analyst, Conductor.)
Anthony, James, 20
Anthropology, open-air and armchair, 16, 17
Anthropological Fieldwork and Psychiatry, 22
Antisocial Psychopaths, 58
Anxiety, 8, 159
removal of, 166
Army Bureau of Current Affairs (A.B.C.A.), 47, 48
Army Mythology, 17
Army Psychiatry, 43
Atmosphere, group, 91, 104
Attendance, frequency of, 40
regularity, of, 67, 68
duration of, 67
Authority, basic, of Group Leader, 153, 154
Barriers, 29
"Barts" Group (Group B), 39, 40, 41, 57, 73et seq., 117et seq., 120, 122, 123, 128, 129, 143
Basic principles of Group Analysis, 72, 73
Behaviour problems, 159
Bierer, J., 18, 154
Biological Psychology, 7
Bion, W. R., 17, 153
Boundaries, 31
Bradbury, Sgt. Lawrence, painting instructor, 137
Breuer, 123
Bridger, H., 17, 19, 21, 91, 92, 116
Bryant, Arthur, 110, 111
"Buddenbrooks" ( Thomas Mann), 5
Buddenbrook, Hanno, inner decision and crisis of scarlet fever, 5
Burrow, Trigant, 37
Carroll, Lt. Col. Denis, 18
Cassell Hospital, The, 134
Causes of disease, 4, 5, 6
Chain reaction, 126
Character, origins of, in early experience, 4, 10
and social origins, 13
reactions in group analysis, 135
Charcot, 148
Clinical Examples of Groups:
Group B. (Barts), First Group Session, 73et seq.
Northfield (Phase B.1.), Starting a Group, 87et seq.
(Phase B.), A Closed Group, 91 et seq.
(Phase B.1.), An Activity Group, 102et seq.
(Phase B.), Treating a Ward, 105et seq.
(Phase B.1.), Treating a Hospital, 112et seq.
(Phase B.), Enactive Therapy, 116et seq.
Group B., Thirty-seventh Meeting, 117, 118, 119
Out-patient Group, Group as Diagnostic Agent, 119
Group P. (Private patients), Mutual Diagnosis, 119, 120
Unconscious Understanding, 120
Group B., Unconscious Understanding, 120
Out-patient Group, Communication through Silence, 120, 121
Interaction of Behaviour and Interpretation, 121
Unconscious Understanding of Symbolism, 121, 122
Group B., Supportive Function of Group, 122, 123

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