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(1973). International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. XXI, 1971: Some Reflections about Contemporary Group Psychotherapy. Curt Boenheim. Pp. 239-243.. Psychoanal Q., 42:161-162.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. XXI, 1971: Some Reflections about Contemporary Group Psychotherapy. Curt Boenheim. Pp. 239-243.

(1973). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 42:161-162

International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. XXI, 1971: Some Reflections about Contemporary Group Psychotherapy. Curt Boenheim. Pp. 239-243.

Surveying many years of private and hospital practice, the author quotes Slavson on the changes in patient material during that time. The present extreme permissiveness and violence demand new approaches. Boenheim feels that transference is less dynamic as one grows older: the mature and rational take over the infantile and irrational. He deplores the weakness of insight when will power and self-discipline are lacking as they so often are today. He extols the effectiveness

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of doing rather than talking in therapy, nonverbal communication, and the involvement of an entire family in treatment of a patient.

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Article Citation

(1973). International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. XXI, 1971. Psychoanal. Q., 42:161-162

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