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(1956). British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXVIII, 1955: Dynamics of Training in Groups for Psychotherapy. Enid Balint and Michael Balint. Pp. 135-143.. Psychoanal Q., 25:624.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXVIII, 1955: Dynamics of Training in Groups for Psychotherapy. Enid Balint and Michael Balint. Pp. 135-143.

(1956). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 25:624

British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXVIII, 1955: Dynamics of Training in Groups for Psychotherapy. Enid Balint and Michael Balint. Pp. 135-143.

The authors discuss some of their techniques in the training of psychotherapists. With a group of workers in a family casework agency they emphasized the relation between worker and client. With a second group, consisting of general practitioners at the Tavistock Clinic, special attention was paid to the meaning of the patients' illnesses. These methods are briefly contrasted with traditional psychoanalytic training.

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(1956). British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXVIII, 1955. Psychoanal. Q., 25:624

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