Re: Group Psychotherapy

manfred m straehle student of epistemology (shash501@CYBERNEX.NET)
Wed, 16 Jun 1999 23:39:59 -0700

If you would like I have a small paper I did for class last year (98) on
the role of constructivism in group therapy. I can send that to you as an


At 02:18 PM 6/16/99 -0600, you wrote:
> Looking through my scanty library, I realize I have very little
material on PCP
>for group psychotherapy applications. Can anyone suggest some titles of
recent work
>on the area?
>thanks, in advance
>-- Robb
>Dept. of Ed. Psyc.
>The University of Calgary

"If you want to know what is wrong with a client, ask him; he might tell
you " (p.201)--The Psychology of Personal Constructs--George A. Kelly

"We are forced to express ourselves in words, and we think, most often, in
space. To put it another way, language compels us to establish between our
ideas the same clear and precise distinctions, and the same break in
continuity, as between material objects."

---Henri Bergson---

"What we ordinarily call a fact is not reality such as it would appear to
an immediate intuition, but an adaptation of reality to practical interests
and the demands of social life." ("Matiere et Memoire", page 201.)

---Herni Bergson