Concurrent individual and group therapy: The ethical issues

Taylor, R. Ernest; Gazda, George M.
June 1991
Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama & Sociometry;Summer91, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p51
Academic Journal
Addresses the ethical difficulties inherent in the practice of combining individual and group therapy. Ethical issues of concurrent group and individual psychotherapy; Issues on transference; Issues on confidentiality; Issues on dependence.


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