Re: Group Psychotherapy

manfred m straehle student of epistemology (shash501@CYBERNEX.NET)
Fri, 18 Jun 1999 10:32:25 -0700

Thank-you for all the paper is up on

Comments are welcomed and please remeber it is incomplete for professional
submission since I was under a time pressure for the group class.

Until then,

At 12:01 PM 6/18/99 +0200, you wrote:
>Al Landfield, Linda Viney, David Winter, J.P. Watson, Bob Neymeier/Pamela
>Alexander, have conducted some
>on group psychotherapy. So have I. Just a couple of names. . Last book of
>Winter (Personal
>construct theory in clinical practice, Routledge, 1992) gives a
>comprehensive overview on
>what had been done in the field till 1992. It provide a lot of
>Dr.Phil. Ana Catina
>Center for Psychotherapy Research
>Christian Belser Str. 79a
>70597 Stuttgart
>Fax number. *49 711 687 6902
>Phone 49 711 6781 411

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you " (p.201)--The Psychology of Personal Constructs--George A. Kelly

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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.)

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