The Large Group: Dynamics and Therapy

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Acknowledgements

I wish to record my indebtedness to my colleague and friend Pat de Maré, with whom I have worked both at Halliwick Hospital, and at the Institute of Group Analysis since 1965, particularly in the field of large groups. I feel that our contact has been mutually enriching, and certainly catalytic for the realisation of this book.

I am most grateful to Malcolm Pines, who, by virtue of his preparing the concluding chapter, read the entire manuscript as it evolved, and gave generously of his reactions and views to its contents.

Many thanks to all contributors to this book for their enthusiasm and unfailing courtesy, which made the task of editing both exciting and pleasurable.

To all patients and staff at Halliwick Hospital, and to all participants and colleagues in the General (Introductory) Group Work Course of the Institute of Group Analysis, my gratitude for the experiences of the large group, which led to the conception of this manuscript.

My thanks to Miss Elfreda Powell and Mrs Rosemary Williams of Constable, for their encouragement and help at all stages of development of this book.

Mrs Pamela Jameson and Miss Una Coogan were both instrumental in reducing the degree of chaos that threatened at times, and, to both of them, many thanks for their cheerful and efficient secretarial services.

Lastly, my thanks to Hamish Hamilton who kindly agreed to my quoting in my introductory chapter 'The Owl who was God', from Vintage Thurber, by James Thurber ( 1965).

L.K.

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