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Group Analysis and Psychodynamic Group Therapy with Children and Adolescents

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Erscheint im August 2024

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Sprache: Englisch
ca. 314 Seiten, kartoniert
ISBN: 978-3-525-40037-1
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1. Auflage 2024
Children are born into a social context that is not of their choosing. From early childhood, this... mehr
Group Analysis and Psychodynamic Group Therapy with Children and Adolescents
Children are born into a social context that is not of their choosing. From early childhood, this context is made up of diverse group experiences that play a crucial role in shaping a person's social life and desire to learn. This makes the group context an ideal setting for therapeutic and educational work, especially with children and adolescents. This volume offers numerous practical suggestions for using the group as a helpful and supportive medium, e.g., in parent-infant/toddler groups, parent/caregiver groups, groups with children or adolescents, and in preventive group work in schools. The contributions provide insights into the diversity and complexity of conceptual, group analytic work with children’s, youth and parents’ groups, and show how this work can be successful in outpatient settings, clinics, youth services, counseling centers, or schools. The combination of basic and applied knowledge makes this anthology an indispensable reference for any practitioner. With contributions by Andreas Opitz, Anke Mühle, Birgitt Ballhausen-Scharf, Dietrich Winzer, Hans Georg Lehle, Christoph Müller, Beate Schnabel, Anja Khalil, Carla Weber, Christoph Radaj, Dietlind, Köhncke, Franziska Schöpfer, Furi Kharbirpour, Gerhild Ohrnberger, Harald Weilnböck, Horst Wenzel, Kadir Kaynak, Matthias Wenck, Thomas Schneider, Tilman Sprondel, Ursula Pröbsting.
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    • Katrin Stumptner (Hg.)
    • Katrin Stumptner graduated as a music therapist from the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna and also studied theater and film studies in Berlin. She has been a registered psychotherapist for children and young people since 2000 and trainer and supervisor for group analysis (D3G / EGATIN) at the Berlin Institute for Group Analysis (Berliner Institut für Gruppenanalyse e. V., BIG) and at the Institute for Group Analysis Heidelberg (Institut für Gruppenanalyse Heidelberg, IGAH)....
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