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The interpersonal neurobiology of group psychotherapy and group process

Author: Susan Porter Gantt; Bonnie Badenoch
Publisher: London : Karnac Books, 2013.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Porter Gantt; Bonnie Badenoch
ISBN: 9781780491776 1780491778
OCLC Number: 821025107
Description: xxi, 213 pages
Contents: Integrating inperpersonal neurobiology with group psychotherapy / Bonnie Badenoch and Paul Cox --
Commentary: Reflections on mind, brain, and relationships in group psychotherapy / Daniel J. Siegel --
Mirror neurons: their implications for group psychotherapy / Victor L. Schermer --
Group psychotherapy and neuro-plasticity: an attachment theory perspective / Philip J. Flores --
Developing the group mind through functional subgrouping: linking systems-centered training (SCT) and interpersonal neurobiology / Susan P. Gantt and Yvonne M. Agazarian --
Introducing couples to group therapy: pursuing passion through the neo-cortex / Doug Ferguson --
Sensorimotor psychotherapy as a foundation of group therapy with younger clients / Bonnie Mark-Goldstein and Pat Ogden --
Hunger and longing: a developmental regulation model for exploring core relational needs / Mitchel Adler --
Relationship-focused group therapy (RFGT) to mitigate marital instability and neuropsychophysiological dysregulation / Gloria Batkin Kahn and Darryl B. Feldman --
A transformational learning group: inviting the implicit / Bonnie Badenoch.
Responsibility: edited by Susan P. Gantt and Bonnie Badenoch.

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'This groundbreaking volume offers a number of creative contributions that integrate extensive group psychotherapy experience with cutting edge neuroscience. Writing on work with children, adults, Read more...

 
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