A Century of Group therapy, Planning an Analytic Group.
The Assessment interview.
The Symptom in its Group Context.
The Start of a new Group.
A newcomer to The Group.
The Group in Action.
Life Events in The Group.
Bringing therapy to an End.
The Group analyst in Trouble.
The Large Group.
All in The Same Boat.
The Value of homogeneous Groups.
Groups for Children and Adolescents.
A group-analytic Perspective.
The Application of Group Analysis to Non-clinical settings.
The Supervision of Group Therapy.
The Group Analyst as a professional.
The Changing Landscape of Group Analysis.
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