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Addie Fuhriman, Gary M. Burlingame. Partial table of contents: CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS. Structural entities in group psychotherapy.
Addie Fuhriman, Gary M. Client Variables (W. Piper). Therapeutic components of the group ecosystem. Group Development (K. MacKenzie). Therapeutic Factors: Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Mechanisms (E. Crouch, et a. Special applications and populations. Progress i. ONTINUE READING.
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Writing in their 1994 book, Handbook of Group Psychotherapy, authors Addie Fuhriman and Gary M. Burlingame cited the Fisher study, and . Handbook of Group Psychotherapy: An Empirical and Clinical Synthesis. pp. 537, 539, 540, 544. ISBN 0-471-55592-4. Burlingame cited the Fisher study, and compared it to a study of another Large Group Awareness Training organization called Lifespring. The authors observed that "Fisher et al. reported no systematic changes in self-esteem compared to their control group. Handbook of Group Psychotherapy recommended.
Burlingame, MacKenzie & Strauss, 2003) group psychotherapy has . New York: Basic Books. Original work published 1970).
Burlingame, MacKenzie & Strauss, 2003) group psychotherapy has proven to be an effective and efficient treatment for a number of psychological. Fuhriman, . & Barlow, . Cohesion: Relationship in group therapy. In M. J. Lambert (E.,Psychotherapy and patient relationships (pp. 263–289). Homewood, IL: Dorsey Press.
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Cohesion in group psychotherapy. GM Burlingame, A Fuhriman, JE Johnson Bergin and Garfield’s handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change . . GM Burlingame, A Fuhriman, JE Johnson. The differential effectiveness of group psychotherapy: A meta-analytic perspective. GM Burlingame, A Fuhriman, J Mosier. Bergin and Garfield’s handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change 6, 640-689, 2013. Youth psychotherapy change trajectories and outcomes in usual care: Community mental health versus managed care settings. JS Warren, PL Nelson, SA Mondragon, SA Baldwin, GM Burlingame.
The differential effectiveness of group psychotherapy: A meta-analytic perspective. Optional Reading: Fuhriman, Addie (1994). Handbook of Group Psychotherapy – An Empirical and Clinical Synthesis. John Wiley & Sons. Johnson, J. Burlingame, G. Olsen, . Davies, D. & Gleave, R. L. (2005). Group climate, cohesion, alliance, and empathy in group psychotherapy: Multilevel structural equation models. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 52(3), 310-321. McClendon, D. & Burlingame, G. (2011).
The book is organized into four parts: conceptual and methodological foundations; structural entities in group psychotherapy; therapeutic components of the group ecosystem; and special applications and populations.
Handbook of group psychotherapy: An empirical and clinical synthesis. New York: John Wiley & Sons. esp. chapters 3, 4, 5) Fuhriman, A. & Burlingame, . Consistency of matter: A comparative analysis of individual and group process variables. The Counseling Psychologist, 18(1), 6-63. & Klein, P. (1998).