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International Journal of Group Psychotherapy Vol. 60, Number 3, July 2010 

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De nuestra hemeroteca
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy
Vol. 60, Number 3, July 2010
Artículos:
─BILLOW, R.M. (2010). On Resistance. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy,
60(3): 313-46.
─REILLY, E.A.; CLIN M. (2010). Pregnant Journeys in Group Analytic Psychotherapy.
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 60(3): 347-72.
─JACOB, G.A.; GABRIEL, S.; ROEPKE S.; STOFFERS J. M.; LIEB K.; LAMMERS
C-H. (2010). Group Therapy Module to Enhance Self-Esteem in Patients
with Borderline Personality Disorder: A Pilot Study. International Journal
of Group Psychotherapy, 60(3): 373-87.
─BEN-AMITAY, G.; ROSENTAL, B.; TOREN, P. (2010). Brief Parent-Child
Group Therapy for Childhood Anxiety Disorders: A Developmental Perspective
on Cognitive-Behavioral Group Treatment. International Journal
of Group Psychotherapy, 60(3): 389-406.
─WALKER, L.M.; BISCHOFF T.F.; ROBINSON, J.W. (2010). Supportive Expressive
Group Therapy for Women with Advanced Ovarian Cancer. International
Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 60(3): 407-27.
─GANS, J.S. (2010). If Not Now, When? Take Some Risks. International
Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 60(3): 429-34.
Research Reviews:
─WEISS, D.S. (2010). Group Treatment of PTSD Resulting from Political
Trauma. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 60(3): 437-42.
─ADLER, A.B., LITZ, B.T., CASTRO, C.A., SUVAK, M., THOMAS, J.L., BURRELL,
L-. MCGURK, D., WRIGHT, K.M., BLIESE, P.D. (2008). A group randomized
trial of critical incident stress debriefing provided to U.S.
peacekeepers. J. of Traumatic Stress, 21:253-263.
─TOL, W.A., KOMPROE, I.H., SUSANTY, D., JORDANS, M.J., MACY, R.D.,
DE JONG, J.T. (2008). School-based mental health intervention for children
affected by political violence in Indonesia. A cluster randomized
trial. J. of the American Medical Association. 300:655-662.
Nuestra hemeroteca. (2011). Teoría y práctica grupoanalítica. 1(1):367-72
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International Journal of Group Psychotherapy
Vol. 60, Number 4, October 2010
Artículos:
─GANTT, S.; COX, P. (2010): Introduction to the Special Issue: Neurobiology
and Building Interpersonal Systems: Groups, Couples, and Beyond.
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 60(4):455-60.
─BADENOCH, B.; COX, P. (2010): Integrating Interpersonal Neurobiology
with Group Psychotherapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy,
60(4): 463-81.
─SIEGEL, D.J. (2010). Reflections on Mind, Brain, and Relationships in
Group Psychotherapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy,
60(4): 483-85.
─SHERMER, V.L. (2010). Mirror Neurons: Their Implications for Group Psychotherapy.
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 60(4):487-513.
─GANTT, S.P.; AGAZARIAN, Y.M. (2010). Developing the Group Mind
Through Functional Sub grouping: Linking Systems-Centered Training
(SCT) and Interpersonal Neurobiology. International Journal of Group
Psychotherapy, 60(4): 515-44.
─FLORES, P.J. (2010). Group Psychotherapy and Neuro-Plasticity: An
Attachment Theory Perspective. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy,
60(4): 547-70.
─FERGUSON, D. (2010). Introducing Couples to Group Therapy: Pursuing
Passion Through the Neo-Cortex. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy,
60(4): 573-94.
─DENNINGER, J.W. (2010). Group and the Social Brain: Speeding Toward
a Neurobiological Understanding of Group Psychotherapy. International
Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 60(4): 595-604.
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy
Vol. 61, Number 1, January 2011
Artículos:
─THOMAS , NINA K. (2011). On Turning a Blind Eye and a Deaf Ear: Society’s
Response to the Use of Torture. International Journal of Group
Psychotherapy, 61(1): 7-25.
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─LEANH NGUYEN (2011). The Ethics of Trauma: Re-traumatization in Society’s
Approach the Traumatized Subject. International Journal of Group
Psychotherapy, 61(1): 27-47.
─POST, JERROLD M. AND PANIS, LARA K. (2011). Crimes of Obedience:
“Groupthink” at Abu Ghraib. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy,
61(1): 49-66.
─STROZIER, CHARLES B. (2011). Torture, War, and the Culture of Fear after
9/11. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61(1): 67-72.
─RICE, CECIL A. (2011). Three Perspectives on the Treatment of Political
Prisoners and Trauma Victims. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy,
61(1): 73-83.
─SÖCHTING, I.; THIRD, B. (2011). Behavioral Group Treatment for Obsessive-
Compulsive Disorder in Adolescence: A Pilot Study. International
Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61(1): 85-97.
─PUFFER, EVE S.; KOCHMAN, ARLENE; HANSEN, NATHAN B.; SIKKEMA,
KATHLEEN J. (2011). An Evidence-Based Group Coping Intervention for
Women Living with HIV and History of Childhood Sexual Abuse. International
Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61(1): 99-126.
─KAUFF, PRISCILLA F. (2011). What Is Going On Inside?. International
Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 61(1): 127-134.
Group Analysis. The International Journal of
Group-Analytic Psychotherapy Vol. 43, Number 3,
September 2010
─BLACKWELL, D. (2010). Editorial. Group Analysis The International Journal
of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(3): 211-13.
─SCHERMER, V.L. (2010). Reflections on “Reflections on Mirroring”. Group
Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
43(3): 214-27.
─TUBERT-OKLANDER, J. (2010). A Gentle Revolutionary: The Influence of
Malcolm Pines on My Thinking and Practice. Group Analysis The International
Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(3): 228-40.
─BEHR, H. (2010). Malcolm Pines et al.: The Art of Teaching Group Analysis.
Group Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
43(3): 241-52.
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─AHLIN, G. (2010). Notations about the Possibilities in Large Groups.
Group Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
43(3): 253-67.
─EINHORN, S. (2010). Sleeping Beauty’s Kiss: The Birth of the IGA Training
in Group Analysis in St. Petersburg. Group Analysis The International
Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(3): 268-80.
─FRIEDMAN, R. (2010). The Group and the Individual in Conflict and War.
Group Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
43(3): 281-300.
─KARTERUD, S. (2010). On Narcissism, Evolution and Group Dynamics: A
Tribute to Malcolm Pines. Group Analysis The International Journal of
Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(3): 301-10.
─GILDENHUYS, A. (2010). Reflecting from the Fringe: On Expanding the
Analytic Frame. Group Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic
Psychotherapy, 43(3): 311-27.
─PISANI, R.A. (2010). Malcolm Pines’ Contribution to Group Analysis.
Group Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
43(3): 328-36.
─URLIC´, I. (2010). The Phenomenon of Silence. Group Analysis The International
Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(3): 337-53.
─NITZGEN, D. (2010). Hidden Legacies. S.H. Foulkes, Kurt Goldstein and
Ernst Cassirer. Group Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic
Psychotherapy, 43(3): 354-71.
─WEEGMANN, M. (2010). Interview with Malcolm Pines. Group Analysis
The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(3): 372-
401.
─PINES, M. (2010). End Note. Group Analysis The International Journal of
Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(3): 402.
─LINDHARDT, A. (2010). Postscript: The Issue Read as a Group. Group
Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
43(3): 403-05.
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Group Analysis. The International Journal of
Group-Analytic Psychotherapy Vol. 43, Number 4,
December 2010
─WINTHER, G. (2010). 34th S.H. Foulkes Annual Lecture: President’s Introduction.
Group Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic
Psychotherapy, 43(4): 411-12.
─CAMPBELL, J. The Islands of the Blest. Group Analysis The International
Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(4): 413-32.
─EINHORN, S. (2010). Response to a Love Letter: May 2010. Group Analysis
The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(4):
433-49.
─LORENTZEN, S. (2010). Some Ideas on How Group Analysis Can Survive:
Response to Lecture by Jane Campbell. Group Analysis The International
Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(4): 450-64.
─PINES, M. (2010). Learning Peace: Here and Now – The Intercultural
Competence of Groups. Group Analysis The International Journal of
Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(4): 465-75.
─TUBERT-OKLANDER, J. ; HERNÁNDEZ-TUBERT, R. (2010). A Conversation
with Malcolm Pines: Part One. Group Analysis The International Journal
of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(4): 476-95.
─EZQUERRO, A. (2010). Cohesion and Coherency in Group Analysis. Group
Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
43(4): 496-504.
─VOSMER, S. (2010). Group Analysis and the Virtual World: Communication
in an Expanding Matrix. Group Analysis The International Journal of
Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(4): 505-22.
─HAKEEM, A. (2010) “Parallel Processes”: Observed in the Patient, Therapy
and Organization. Group Analysis The International Journal of
Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(4): 523-38.
─RAPHAEL-LEFF, J. (2010). “Generative Identity” and Diversity of Desire.
Group Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
43(4): 539-58.
─POWER, K. (2010). Postscript: To Articles Published to Honor Malcolm
Pines at His 85th Birthday. Group Analysis The International Journal of
Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 43(4): 559-61.
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Group Analysis. The International Journal of
Group-Analytic Psychotherapy Vol. 44, Number 1,
March 2011
─TUBERT-OKLANDER, J.; HERNÁNDEZ-TUBERT, R. (2011). A Conversation
with Malcolm Pines: Part Two. Group Analysis The International Journal
of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 44(1): 3-26.
─HERNÁNDEZ-TUBERT, R. (2011). The Politics of Despair: From Despair to
Dialogue and Hope. Group Analysis The International Journal of Group-
Analytic Psychotherapy, 44(1): 27-39.
─SARGEANT, R. (2011). Imperfection and Disillusionment as Therapeutic
Agents. Group Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
44(1): 40-51.
─NOVAKOVIC, A. (2011). Community Meetings on Acute Psychiatric Wards:
Rationale for Group Specialist Input for Staff Teams in the Acute Care
Services. Group Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic
Psychotherapy, 44(1): 52-67.
─TUCKER, S. (2011). Psychotherapy Groups for Traumatized Refugees and
Asylum Seekers. Group Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic
Psychotherapy, 44(1): 68-82.
─SCOTT, S. (2011). Uncovering Shame in Groups: An Exploration of Unconscious
Shame Manifest as a Disturbance in Communication within the
Early Stages of an Analytic Group. Group Analysis The International
Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 44(1): 83-96.
─KLEINOT, P. (2011). Transgenerational Trauma and Forgiveness: Looking
at the Israeli-Palestinian Families forum through a Group Analytic Lens.
Group Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
44(1): 97-111.
─BROWN, R. (2011). Seven Years in a Group. Group Analysis The International
Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 44(1): 112-113.
─BLACKWELL, D. (2011). Postscript: Poetry, Passion and Peace. Group
Analysis The International Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy,
44(1): 114-119.
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