alexa The process of termination in long-term psychoanalytic group therapy.
Psychiatry

Psychiatry

Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy

Author(s): Fieldsteel ND

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Abstract Termination is a complex phase in the total therapeutic process. Criteria for termination of long-term analytic group therapy encompass both intrapsychic and behavioral changes. One of the useful ways of conceptualizing the termination phase is in terms of the issues of separation-individuation. Three different kinds of termination that can occur and the techniques for working with each are described. Multiple transferences are worked with in the long-term analytic group and both real and transferential losses acknowledged. The ability to leave group therapy with a stronger, better defined sense of self is one of the goals of therapy.
This article was published in Int J Group Psychother and referenced in Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy

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