Dallas Group Analytic Practice

Bob Bennett, MD,CGP,FAPA    Melissa Black, PhD,CGP
Dale C. Godby, PhD,CGP,ABPP
     Myrna Little, PhD,CGP
Scott Nelson, PhD, CGP

  6330 LBJ Fwy, Suite 150, Dallas, TX 75240
972-392-4155

DISCUSSION TOPICS IN GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY

  1. Therapeutic Use of the Self

Rosenberg, P.P. (1993).  Qualities of the group therapist. In H.I. Kaplan & B.J. Sadock(Eds.), Comprehensive Group Psychotherapy. (pp. 648-655). Baltimore:  Williams& Wilkins.

  1. Experiential Learning in Groups

Day, M. (1993). Training and supervision in group psychotherapy. In H.I. Kaplan & B.J. Sadock (Eds.) Comprehensive group psychotherapy. (3rd Ed.) Baltimore:Williams & Wilkins.

  1. Self Help Groups

Lieberman, M.A. (1993).  Self help groups.  In H.I. Kaplan & B.J. Sadock (Eds.), Comprehensive Group Psychotherapy.  (pp. 292-304).  Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins.

Golden, S., Halliday, K., Khantzian, E.J. & McAuliffe, W.E. (1993).  Dynamic group therapy for substance abuse patients: A reconceptualization.  In A. Alonzo & H.I. Swiller (Eds.), Group Therapy in Clinical Practice.  (pp. 270-287).

  1. Anger

Special Section on Anger and Agression in Groups (1995).  International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 45, 271-338.

  1. Bridging - Strengthening Emotional Connections

Ormont, L. R. (1990).  The craft of bridging.  International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 40, 3-17.

  1. Combined Individual and Group Psychotherapy

Porter, K. (1993).  Combined individual and group psychotherapy.  In H.I. Kaplan & B.J. Sadock (Eds.), Comprehensive Group Psychotherapy.  (pp. 314-324). Baltimore: Williams& Wilkins.

  1. Money

Gans, J. S. (1992).  Money and psychodynamic group psychotherapy.  International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 42, 133-152.

  1. Intimacy

Ormont, L. R. (1988).  The role of the leader in resolving resistances to intimacy in the group setting.  International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 38, 29-45.

  1. Confidentiality

Roback, H.B., Moore, R.F., Bloch, F.S. & Shelton, M. (1996).  International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 46, 117-135.

  1. Immediacy

Ormont, L.R. (1996).  Bringing life into the group experience: The power of immediacy. Group, 20, 207-221.

  1. Countertransference

Ormont, L. R. (1970).  The use of objective countertransference to resolve resistance. Group Process, 96-111.

Ormont, L. R. (1991).  The use of the group in resolving the subjective countertransference. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 41, 433-447.

Roth, B. E. (1980).  Understanding the development of homogenous identity impaired group through countertransference phenomenon.  International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 30, 405-426.

Roth, B. E. (1990).  Countertransference and the group therapist's state of mind.  In B. E. Roth, W. N. Stone & H. D. Kibel (Eds.).  The difficult patient in group, (pp. 287-294). Madison, Connecticut: International Universities Press.

  1. Withstanding toxic stimuli while letting nutrients through

Ormont, L. R. (1994) Developing emotional insulation. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 44,361-376.

  1. Religion and Spirituality

Aspects of religion in group analysis. (1993).  [Special section].  Group analysis, 26, 5-79.

  1. Shame

Alonzo, A. & Rutan, J. S. (1988).  The experience of shame and the restoration of self- respect in group psychotherapy.  International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 38, 3-14.

Responses to the Alonzo and Rutan article were written by the following authors:

Reijzer, H. M. (1988).  Shame can be treated in group, If only the patient wants it: A discussion of Alonzo and Rutan.  International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 38, 15-21.

Pigott, C. (1988).  Comments and associations around Alonzo and Rutan's article "The Experience of Shame".  International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 38, 23-27.

Blay-Neto, B. (1988).  Commentaries regarding Anne Alonzo and Scott Rutan's paper. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 38, 253-257.

Alonzo, A. & Rutan, J. S. (1988).  Rejoinder to the critiques of "The experience of shame in group psychotherapy".  International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 38, 387-388.

Roth, B. E. (1989).  Critique of A. Alonzo and J. S. Rutan "The experience of shame and the restoration of self respect in group psychotherapy" (January, 1988), and their rejoinder (July, 1988).  International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 39, 543-545.

  1. Envy

Kreeger, L. (1992).  Envy preemption in small and large groups.  Group Analysis, 25, 391-408.

Sharpe, M. (1992).  Response to lecture by Lionel Kreeger.  Group Analysis, 25, 408-412.

Stone, W. N. (1992).  A self psychology perspective of envy in group psychotherapy.  Group Analysis, 25, 413-428.

Maratos, J. (1992).  Response to paper by Walter Stone.  Group Analysis, 25, 428-431.

  1. Preoedipal, Axis II, BPD, NPD

Ormont, L. R. (1989).  The role of the leader in managing the preoedipal patient    in the group setting.  International Journal of Group of Psychotherapy, 39, 147-172.

Klein, R. H., Orleans, J. F. & Soul, C. R. (1991).  The axis II group: Treating severally characterologically disturbed patients.  International Journal of Group of Psychotherapy, 41, 97-116.

  1. Metaphor

Gans, J. S. (1991). The leaders use of metaphor in group psychotherapy.  International Journal of Group of Psychotherapy, 41, 127-143.

                                 
ALTERNATE DISCUSSION TOPICS

  1. Populations

A. Children B. Adolescents C. Elderly D. Couples
E. Multifamily F. Inpatient G. Men H. Women
I.  Aids J.  Incest Survivors K.  Incest Perpetrators
L.  Racial Issues M.  Substance Abuse N.  Eating Disorders
O.  Medically ill patients
  1. Theories

A. Group as a whole B.  Self psychology
C.  Object relations  D.  Gestalt
E.  Cognitive behavioral  F.  Existential

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