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Will the Mother-Group Have a Face? The Future of the Facilitating Environment
David M. Hawkins
Vol. 24, No. 2/3, The Future of Group Psychotherapy in the 21st Century, Part II (September 2000), pp. 193-201
Published by: Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41718940
Page Count: 9
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The author predicts that maintaining the responsible practice of group psychotherapy in the coming years will require attention to three areas of professional life. The training of group therapists must include group-as-a-whole, in addition to intrapsychic and interpersonal, theoretical constructs. A supportive network of professional colleagues must be available to provide consultation and continuing education. Finally, a culture that values the necessary components of group psychotherapy practice must be encouraged and supported.
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