Focal Group Psychotherapy
Focal Group Psychotherapy
Author: McKay, Matthew, Ph.D. & Paleg, Kim, Ph.D.
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Each chapter describes the group process as it relates to a particular focal problem, providing concise, step-by-step directions for starting, structuring, and leading such a group. Focal groups tend to: have a high degree of structure, have a specific and limited target issue, be strongly goal-oriented, place a high value on efficiency (homework and structured exercises designed to promote rapid change), have a high educational function, and discourage attention to transference issues. (pp. 1185)


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Amerslav, Ani
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Henderson, Lynne
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Miranda, Jeanne; Schreckengost, Janice; Heine, Linda
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McKay, Matthew
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Davis, Martha
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Zimmer, Stephen S.
561
Conyers-Boyd, Julia
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Behrend, Marion & Gerien, Mischelle
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Mckenzie, Alex & Prendergast, Jack
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Paleg, Kim
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