Title

Theme groups at thirty

Document Type

Article

Date of Original Version

10-1-2009

Abstract

This article is a 30-year retrospective of the emergence of the theme group movement in college counseling centers and in psychotherapy in general. It describes the evolution of interventions in this modality, defines and describes their unique features and approaches, and illustrates, via comparison of two theme groups on grief, the maturation and incorporation of more evidence-based and apt formats and dynamics over that period of development.

Publication Title, e.g., Journal

International Journal of Group Psychotherapy

Volume

59

Issue

4

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