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(1949). Joint Meetings of the Los Angeles and San Francisco Psychoanalytic Societies. Psychoanal Q., 18:415-416.

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(1949). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 18:415-416

Joint Meetings of the Los Angeles and San Francisco Psychoanalytic Societies

March 17, 1949. THE PROCESS OF MATURATION IN GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY AND IN THE GROUP THERAPIST. Martin Grotjahn, M.D.

On the basis of his experience in conducting group psychotherapy and utilizing frequent discussions with other analysts of their work with groups, Grotjahn has concluded that therapeutic work with groups is particularly conducive to continuing the self-analysis begun by the didactic analysis. The group is a challenge to the therapist, requiring of him self-assurance in his feelings and emotional responses and a clear set of values. The group leader must be flexible and alert and keep continually sharpening his perception

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