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Group Psychotherapy with Adult Children of Alcoholics: Treatment Techniques and Countertransference Considerations

ISBN-13: 978-0898625332
ISBN-10: 0898625335
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"This book provides a wealth of practical material for therapists conducting long-term psychodynamic group therapy with substance abusers, adult children of alcoholics, and other family members. I found the chapters on overcoming resistances or 'road blocks' in the group particularly helpful. Regardless of theoretical orientation, readers will benefit from the author's considerable clinical experience in conducting group therapy with this client population."-- G. Alan Marlatt, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Director of The Addictive Behaviors Research Center, University of Washington
 


"A valuable clinical resource....Vannicelli deserves praise for creating this comprehensive integration of clinical experience and research perspectives."--Contemporary Psychology
(Contemporary Psychology 1993-02-24)

"A volume that can be recommended strongly as both reference and teaching resource."--Readings
(Readings 1993-02-24)

"Marsha Vannicelli does a fine job in breaking down the complexities and pitfalls of group psychotherapy and, in particular, the countertransference issues....The book is well written...does an excellent job of describing psychodynamic issues and problems, as well as countertransference issues in doing group therapy with this patient population."--American Journal of Psychotherapy
(American Journal of Psychotherapy 1993-02-24)

"This book stands out among the glut of new books on the market as one which makes a valuable and sensible contribution to the field."--International Journal of Group Psychotherapy
(International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 1993-02-24)

About the Author

Marsha Vannicelli, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School, also teaches in the Doctoral Program at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. She has a private practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her writing, teaching, and clinical supervision focus primarily on group psychotherapy and the treatment of substance abusers, adult children of alcoholics, and other family members.

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