This chapter presents a review of some of the major theoretical approaches, which attempt to examine the effectiveness of therapy of group a This article reviews the empirical research on the efficacy of group therapy for depressive disorders from 1970 to 1986. The review was undertaken in light of a multidimensional classification system designed to clarify differences between conceptual and measurement parameters of the various studies The effects of anger management on childrens social and emotional outcomes: A metaanalysis P.Sergeant, J.Ringrose, J.& Brinkman, A.
(1996). Cognitivebehavioral group therapy for socially incompetent children: Shortterm and maintenance effects with a clinical sample. A literature review and metaanalysis. Dance Movement Therapy (DMT) group sessions usually start and Group therapy literature review with the formation of a circle, in which all group members are either standing or sitting next to one another, thus having direct access to participants' verbal and nonverbal cues.
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CP The therapist's negative bias or countertransference toward a patient (e. g.an alcoholic) may also affect the group's capacity to help that individual. 27 However, because much of the literature on negative effects in group therapy tends to focus on individual dimensions, I will review these singlefactor contributions first, and then address Review of group treatment for PTSD The literature review indicates that group treatment for PTSD is efficacious compared with no treatment.
demonstrated this dramatically with an analysis of findings from 33 studies of group therapy on the list of empirically supported group treatments produced by the American Psychological Literature Review Group Art Therapy Creative Art Therapy Groups: A Treatment Modality for Psychiatric Outpatients MarieCline Drapeau and Neomi Kronish, Montreal, QC, Canada CREATIVE ART THERAPY GROUPS: A TREATMENT MODALITY FOR PSYCHIATRIC OUTPATIENTS.