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Journal Article

Impasses, the Use of Self, and Self-Disclosure: A Self Psychological View

Marty Livingston
Group
Vol. 37, No. 1, The Group Psychotherapist as Coparticipant in Impasses and Trauma (Spring 2013), pp. 19-30
DOI: 10.13186/group.37.1.0019
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.13186/group.37.1.0019
Page Count: 12
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Impasses, the Use of Self, and Self-Disclosure: A Self Psychological View
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Abstract

Sustained empathic focus is presented in this article as a bridge that provides a meaningful connection between theory and practice. This concept is utilized within a self psychological—intersubjective context to discuss experiences of impasse, the group leader's use of self, and self-disclosure.

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