Systems-Centered Therapy (SCT) synthesizes an awareness of the defensive role of anxiety, and depression - with an analysis of the phases of group development. This volume introduces the theory of living human systems and maps out its operationalization in a structured treatment model. This book will be of interest to both practitioners and trainees in group and individual psychotherapy.
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Yvonne M. Agazarian teaches, trains, and consults internationally. She is the founder of the Systems-Centered Training and Research Institute. In 1997 she received the Group Psychologist of the Year Award from Division 49 of the American Psychological Association for her involvement in research, publication, teaching and training. She is the author of several books, including Systems-Centered Therapy for Groups (1997) and Visible and Invisible Group (1995).Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
Introduction: Autobiography of a Theory
I. A Theory of Living Human Systems
1. An Overview of the Theory and Its Practice
4. Defense Modification in the Phases of Group Development
II. Systems-Centered Practice
Phase One: The Authority Issue
5. Social Defenses
6. Cognitive Defenses
7. Psychosomatic Defenses
8. Masochistic Defenses
9. Sadistic Defenses
10. Role Relationship Defenses
11. Resistance-to-Change Defenses
Phase Two: The Intimacy Issue
12. Defenses against Separation and Individuation
Phase Three: Life and Interdependency
13. Defenses and the Experienced SCT Group
Glossary of SCT Terms
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