group analysis
The Journal of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy

1967-1991 Author Index

A-B-C-D-E -F-G-H-I-J-K-L -M-N-P-R-S-T-U -V-W-Y-Z

A      

AAGAARD, Soren. Time, Youth and Analytic Group Psychotherapy, 1988, 21(4), 299

AAGAARD, Soren and THYGESEN, Bente. Foulkes' Concept of the Matrix: discussion on paper by Roberts, 1982, 15(2), 188

ABERCROMBIE, M.L.J. Beyond the Unconscious: Group Analysis Applied (5th Foulkes Lecture), 1981, 14(2), suppt.
European Workshop (correspondence), 1973, 6(3), 136, 137
Facilitating Personal Change, 1975, 8(1), 24
Foulkes and Escher: Visual Analogues of Some Aspects of Group Analysis, 1969, 1(3), 157; 2(1), 48; 2(3), 145 (discussion by Munro, 160)
Friedewald Conference (report), 1978, 11(3), 173
GAS vs IGA: discussion, 1981, 14(1), 11
Psychological Casualties and Experiential Small Group Training: comment on paper by Cooper, 1974, 7(2), 107
The Seminar: Cambridge Group Work General Course, 1985, 18(1), 36
Transfer of Learning: discussion on paper by Sheldon, 1967, 1(1), 17
Tribute to Foulkes, 1977, 10(1), 4
Uses and Abuses of Boundaries - Perception: The Structure of Space and the Group Process, 1979, 12(1), 30

ABRAHAM, Ada. Beyond Transference: Relationship between Freud and Rolland, 1991, 24(2), 171 (discussion by Brown, 184)
Death and Survivors, 1977, 10(1), 62
More about Individual and Group Matrix, 1973, 6(2), 105
Projection of the Inner Group in Drawing, 1990, 23(4), 391

ABSE, D. Wilfred. Application of Group-Analytic Principles to Psychopolitics: Charismatic Political Leadership and Collective Regression, 1976, 9(3), 236
Depression: Endogenous or Neurotic: discussion on paper by Graham, 1990, 23(4), 417
Large Group (letter), 1976, 9(3), 2406
Problems of Encounter Groups, 1973, 5(1), 43
Psychoanalysis and Group Process, 1968, 1(2), 87
Psychoanalysis and Group Psychotherapy: discussion on paper by Graham, 1984, 17(1), 12
Some Complementary Functions of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy and Individual Psycho-Analysis (3rd Foulkes Lecture), 1974, 12(2), suppt. (comment by Stride, (3), 248)

AGAZARIAN, Yvonne M. Idealization and Omnipotence within the Group Matrix: the Systems-Centered Perspective (discussion on paper by Hyde), 1991, 24(3), 289
The Invisible Group: an Integrational Theory of Group-as-a-Whole (12th Foulkes Lecture), 1989, 22(4), 355


AGAZARIAN, Yvonne and SIMON, Anita. System for Analysing Verbal Interaction: SAVI Theory and System, 1977, 10(3), 235

AHLIN, Goran. Analytic Groups in Therapeutic Communities: discussion on paper by Blake, 1982, 15(1), 31
Borders and Connections betweeen Therapy and Training: European Workshop, 1978, 12(1), 57
4th London Workshop: comment on Jacobs' report, 1977, 10(1), 90
How About the Large Group? 1979, 12(1), S (reply by de Maré, 8)
Model for Institutional Development towards Therapeutic Community, 1981, 14(1), 57 (comment by Whiteley, 73; by Blake, 73)
Reaching for the Group Matrix? 1988, 21(3), 211
7th London Workshop, 1979, 12(2), 163
Thinking about the Group Matrix, 1985,18(2), Ill (discussion by Lintott, 120; author's reply,(3), 284)
Therapeutic Community is Terminated: comment on paper by Lemlij et al, 2981, 14(3), 233
To Till the Soil - the Start of a Group Analytic Training Programme, 1981, 145(3), 205

ALONSO, Anne. 'Studies of Shame': commentary, 1988, 21(1), 82

AMMON, Gunter K. Alternative to the Structure of Scientific Congresses - Preliminary Research in Congress Dynamics, 1971, 4(3), 191 (comment by P. Foulkes, 5(1), 5; author's reply, 5(3), 146; P. Foulkes' reply, 6(1) 10)
Autonomy in the Psychotherapeutic Group, 1970, 3(3), 167
Dream Formation as a Function of Ego and Group Dynamics, 1973, 6(1), 47
Group Analytic Psychotherapy, 1969, 2(1), 9 (comment by Foulkes, 41)
Position of the Mentally Sick in West Berlin, 1972, 5(3), 181
Vicissitudes of Aggression and the Emancipatory Role of the Ego- Relationship between Psycho-Analysis and Group Analysis (discussion), 1970, 3(3), 172 (discussion by Shafar, 1971, 4(2), 119)

AMMON, Gunter et al. An Alternative to the Structure of Scientific Congresses, 1971, 4(3), 191 (comment by P. Foulkes, 1972, S(1) S; author's reply, 1972, 5(3)146)

ANCONA, Leonardo. Indications and Contraindications in Group Analysis, 1989, 22(4), 371

ANDERSEN, Tom J. Psychiatric Day Ward: Relation to Group-analytic Training Model, 1990, 23(2), 145 (discussion by Kennard, 153; author's reply, 1991, 24(2), 215)

ANDERSON, Sallyann. London Workshop 1979 (poem), 1479, 12(2), 164

ANDRY, Ann. see ANDRY, Robert G.

ANDRY, Robert G. Current Developments in Group Work (Training and Practice), 1973, 6(2), 94
Eroticisation of the Group Process...: discussion on paper by Welldon, 1982, 15(l),57
Families in Transition: the Role of the Father: comment on paper by Garb and Kutz,1981, 13(2), 139
Problems Concerning Therapeutic and Training Groups, 1969 1(3), 173
Tripartite Elements of Didactic, Experiential and Experimental in Therapeutically Oriented Counselling Training Courses, 1975, 8(2), 107

ANDRY, Robert G. and ANDRY, Ann. Group Workshops and Supervision in an Agency, 1980, 13(1), 29

ANTHONY, E. James. The Group-Analytic Circle and its Ambient Network (2nd Foulkes' Lecture), 1978, 11(2), suppt.

ARONSON, Marvin L. Group Therapy Dept of Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, NY, 1975, 8(3), 115

ARROYAVE, Fernando. Group-Analytic Psychotherapy with Alcoholic In-Patients: discussion on paper by Knauss and Freund, 1985, 18(2), 131
Group Process and Object Relations: discussion on paper by Rabinowitz, 1986, 19(4), 354

ARROYAVE, Fernando and PANGBOURNE, Julia. Group Methods in the Treatment of Alcoholics, 1976, 4(1), 32

ASHBACH,Charles and SCHERMER, Victor L. Individual depth psychology vs.group phenomena (letter), 1980, 13(1), 8

ASHURST, Pamela M. Providing Group-Analytic Psychotherapy in the National Health Service Setting: the Southampton Model, 1988, 21(3), 251

ASTIGUETA, Fernando Diego. Comments on Non-Verbal Group Communication Based on Experimental Circumstances, 1973, 6(2), 97

ATKINSON, Dorothy M.A. and JACOBS, Isabel S. A Marathon Encounter Group following a 25-session Group Analysis, 1974, 7(1), 31

AVILLAR, Juan Campos. see CAMPOS AVILLAR, Juan

AZIM, Hassan F., see LAKOFF, Robert S.; McCALLUM, Mary

AZVEDO E SILVA, J. Reflexions sur l'Abordage de l'Inconscient et sur l'Interprétation dans le Groupe Groupe-Analytique, 1971, 4(1) 15


B      

BACAL, Howard A. Idealization and Omnipotence within the Group Matrix: the Self Psychology Perspective (discussion on paper by Hyde), 1991, 24(3), 293

BACKES, Hans. Group-Analytic Work in the Public Sector: an Attempt at New Forms of Communication in the Field of the Visual Arts, 1984, 17(3), 220 (discussion by Hutchison, 1985, 18(1), 66)

BAILEY, Veira. Change and Understanding: 1976 London Workshop, 1976, 9(2),157
Simple Guidelines for Group Leaders: Experiences from Supervising Post-Natal Mothers' Groups, 1981, 14(2), 165

BALOGH, Penelope. Who's Afraid of Homo Ludens (comment on paper by Rosenbaum), 1972, 5(3), 178 (discussion by Yassky, 1973, 6(3), 139)

BAMBER, James H. Group Analysis with Children and Adolescents (editorial), 1988, 21(2), 99;
Large Group in 3rd European Symposium (report), 1975; 8(1), 10
Training, Leadership and Group Composition: discussion on paper by Salvendy, 1985, 18(2), 145

BARHAM, Peter. see LAWRENCE, Gordon

BARKER, Eileen. Beyond the Individual: an Anti-Reductionist Philosophical Anthropology, 1978, 11(2), 173

BAR-LEVAV, Reuven (see also SHULTZ, Paul P.). The Countertransference: discussion on paper by Wallbridge, 1482, 15(2), 179
Diagnosis and Treatment of Narcissistic Disturbances in Group Analysis: discussion on paper by Ciani et al, 1982, 15(3), 308
Hiding behind Diffuse Language: discussion on paper by Mittwoch, 1983, 26(1), 82 (author's reply, 16(2), 173)

BARLEY, Nigel. Dynamics of Understanding Culture: discussion on paper by Bosse, 1985, 18(3), 215

BARNSLEY, Martin. Group Work in Teacher Training, 1971, 4(2), 111

BAROCAS, Harvey A. Crisis Intervention and Iatrogenic Reactions, 1973, 6(1), 36

BASECQEZ, Guy. Education for, or Training in, Group Psychotherapy, 1976, 9(3), 203
Intake Group Procedure at the O.P.D., 1971, 4(3), 165
Training Aspects of Psychotherapy in Small Groups (group at Symposium), 1975, 8(1), 15

BATTEGAY, Raymond. Concept of Narcissistic Group-Self, 1976, 9(3), 217
Group Psychotherapy according to S.R. Slavson, 1978, 11(1), 29
Group Psychotherapy with Depressives, 1989, 22(1), 31
Influence of Group Dynamic Approaches in Psychotherapy, 1978, 11(3), 259
Informative Element in the 'Working Through' of Analytical Group Therapy: comment on paper by Schindler, 1981, 14(3), 227
Perspectives in the Development of Group Psychotherapy in Switzerland with Special Consideration of the Years 1966-1976, 1977, 10(3), 273
Phenomenon of the Sacrifice of Isaac in Therapeutic Groups, 1983, 16(3), 217 (discussion by van der Kleij, 227; by Stevenson, 228; by Lear, 229; author's reply to discussion, 1984; 17(1) 74);
Specific Differences and Reciprocal Influences of Individual and Group Psychotherapy, 1986, 19(4), 341 (discussion by Grotjahn, 1987, 20(3), 275)

BATTEGAY, Raymond and MARSCHALL, Ruth von. Trends in Long-term Group Psychotherapy with Schizophrenics. 1982, 15(1), 17

BAUMEL, Lee N. Encounter Groups in the USA, 1973, 6(3), 177

BEAUMONT, Basil. The Technique of Group Work (first pub. 1935), 1976, 9(2), 136

BECACHE, S. Contribution a l'étude des Psychothérapies Analytiques de Groupe de Psychotiques a l'Hôpital Psychiatrique, 1975, 8(3), 125

BECK, Werner. One of the Things I Learned from Harold Kaye, 1975, 8(2), 109
'Equivalence' in Groups, 1990, 23(3), 285

BEDI, Ashock. see LEAR, Terence

BEHR, Harold (see also DAVIDSON, Shamai) Block Training: the Influence of the Modified Setting on the Group-Analytic Process, 1990, 23(3), 347
Cohesiveness in Families and Therapy Groups, 1979, 12(1)12
Concept of Focus in Groups, 1980, 13(2), 140
Editorials: 1979, 12(2,3), 99, 187; 1980, 13(1,2,3), 3, 86, 156; 1981, 14(1,2,3) 3, 103, 177; 1982, 15(1,2,3), 3, 95, 205; 1983,16(1,3), 1, 185; 1984, 17(1,2,3), 1, 89, 177; 1985; 18(1,2,3), 1, 77, 175
'Writing about Technique', 1983, 16(2), 93 (comment by F. W. Graham, 18(1), 65)
Group Analysis and Family Therapy, 1977, 10(3), 216
Group Analysis with Early Adolescents: some Clinical Issues, 1988, 21(2), 119 (discussion by Bruce, 130)
Reporting Groups: reply to letter by van der Kleij, 1980, 13(2), 88
7th London Workshop, 1979, 12(2), 158

BEHR, Harold and HEARST, Liesel. Block Training in Group Analysis, 1990, 23(4), 379 (comment by Reik, 1991, 24(1), 85; authors' reply, (4),475)
Group Analysis goes into Napsbury, 1977, 10(3), 264 (comment by Kirkwood, 1978, 11(1), 96; authors' reply, 97)

BENTOVIM, Arnon. Concept of Play and Playing within the Family and Group Setting, 1977, 10(3), 240
Developmental Processes Represented by Centre Groups and Experiences, 1974, 7(1), 52
Group Analysis: Taking the Non-Problem Seriously: discussion on paper by Garland, 1982, 15(2), 185

BERGER, M.M. Use of Videotape in Group Analytic Therapy, 1972, 5(2), 99; discussion, 101

BERMAN, Jeffrey S., see NEIMEYER, Robert A.

BERMAN, Marvin., see SCHNEIDER, Stanley

BETLHEIM, S. Dreams and Transference in Group Psychotherapy, 1970, 2(3), 163

BEUKENKAMP, Cornelius. Countertransference as the Only Clue: comment on paper by Wallbridge, 1981, 14(3), 232

BLACKWELL, Dick. Alienation, Projective Identification, Communication and Meaning: discussion on paper by Hinshelwood, 1987, 20(2), 169
'Babel of Tower': discussion on paper by Ettin, 1988, 21(1), 78
From Cure to Creativity: discussion on paper by Skynner, 1986, 19(4), 360
Group Analysis, Empiricism and the Dialectical Imagination: discussion on paper by Dahlin, 1991, 24(1), 30
Group Analysis, Mediation and Transcontextuality, 1988, 21(2), 181
Thoughts from a Large Group, 1977, 10(2), 118

BLAKE, Raymond. Analytic Groups in Therapeutic Communities, 1981, 14(3), 212 (discussion by Whiteley, 1982, 15(1), 49; by Kennard, 49; by Bosse, 50; by Ahlin, 51)
Applied Group Analysis in Mental Health Education: discussion on paper by Dahlin and Sandahl, 1983, 16(1), 50
Group Matrix, 1980, 13(3), 177
Institutional Development towards Therapeutic Community: comment on paper by Ahlin, 1981, 14(1), 73
Milieu Therapy: discussion on paper by Lansen, 1982, 15(3), 312
Staff Development in the Therapeutic Community Model, 1979, 12(3), 246
Transference and Transference Neurosis in Group Analysis: comment on paper by Ferreira, 1981, 14(3), 245

BLANKSTEIN, J.H. Training of Group Therapists in Holland, 1971, 5(2), 118

BLAY NETO Bernardo. Acting-Out in Psychotherapeutic Groups, 1973, 6(1), 12
Counter-Transference in Group Psychotherapy, 1469, 2(2), 59 (comment by Dick, 1970, 3(1), 11; by Foulkes, 13)
Group Psychotherapy with University Students, 1969, 2(2), 93 (comment by Foulkes, 1970, 3(1), 44)
Meaning of Groupal Interpretation, 1969, 1(3), 179 (comment by Foulkes, 182)
Time and Identity in Groupal Interpretation, 1978, 11(1), 21

BLOCH, Gottfried R. and BLOCH, Noretta Haas. Watching the President Resign - an Experience in Group Therapy, 1974, 7(3), 156 (comment by Grotjahn, 157)
6th International Symposium of German Academy for Psychoanalysis (report), 1974. 701. 185

BLOCH, Sidney. Research Issues in Group Psychotherapy: comment on paper by Stock Whitaker, 1981, 14(2), 131

BLOCH, Sidney and REIBSTEIN, Ms. Research into Therapeutic Factors in Group Psychotherapy, 1978, 11(3), 272

BLOOMFIELD, Irene. Changing Face of 'Group Analysis' (letter), 1983, 16(1); 81
Clergy Training, 1972, 5(1), 38
Co-therapists' Group at University College Hospital, 1987, 20(4), 319
Group in Prison, 2991, 24(3), 241
Laughter in Therapeutic Groups, 1976, 9(3), 223
Out of Chaos: Creative and Destructive Relationships, 1991, 14(4), 455
Pastor Pastorum I: Lessons from Group Analysis in a Non-Clinical Situation, 1988, 21(4), 353
Psychotic and Borderline Patients in Out-Patient Groups, 1970,3(3), 144
Sensitivity Group for Medical and Theological Students, 1972,5(3), 166
Small Discussion Groups, 1973, 6(3), 167
Technique for Dealing with Psychotic and Borderline Patients in an Out-Patient Setting, 1971, 4(2), 97 (comment by Grotjahn re suicides, 1971, 4(3), 144; author's reply, 1972, 5(2) 72; comments by Foulkes, 74; further comment by Grotjahn, 1971, 5(3) 133; author's reply, 136, comments by Munro, 138; comment by Yassky, 1973, 6(1), 5)
Training for Group Psychotherapy: Symposium report, 1971, 5(2), 117
Training Groups for Social Workers and Clergy, 1969, 2(1), 36
Why is it so Difficult to Teach and to Learn? 1975, 8(1), 40 (comment by Yassky, 1976, 9(1), 9)

BOAKES, Janet. 'Gender Identity' in Group-Analytic Psychotherapy: commentary on paper by Elliott, 1987(1), 76

BORGHI, Luisa. Group Psychotherapy Experiences with Special Reference to Transference and Countertransference within the Group and between Co-Therapists, 1978, 11(3), 247 (comment by Yassky, 1980, 13(1), 51)

BOSSE, Hans. Analytic Groups in Therapeutic Communities: discussion on paper by Blake, 1982, 15(1), 50
Defence Alliances: from Anxiety to Method in the Analytical Group, 1982, 15(1), 24 (discussion by Hearst, 58; by Zinkin, 59)
Dramatisation of 'Society' in the Therapeutic Group: Theoretical Aspects of Group Analysis, 1981, 14(2), 104
Dynamics of Understanding Culture: a Group-Analytic Approach in a Non-Analytic Situation, 1985, 18(3), 199 (discussion by Woolmer, 212 and 1986, 19(3), 199; by Barley, 1485, 18(3), 21; author's reply, 272)
Violence and Care: the Appropriation of 'Sons' by their 'Fathers' in Papua New Guinea, 1990, 23(1), 5

BOSWOOD, Bryan. Advantages of Individual Psychotherapy before Joining a Group: discussion on Malan/Foulkes correspondence, 1976,9(2), 81 (comment by Paparo, 1977, 10(3), 182)
Conductor's 'Favourite' in Analytic Groups (letter), 1979, 12(2), 101 (comment by Yassky, 1980, 13(1), 50)
Group Work in a Training Environment: discussion on paper by Hughes, 1983, 16(3), 215
Selection of Candidates for Professional Training in Group Analysis, 1988, 21(4), 345
Use of Memory in a Group Setting: comment on paper by Miller de Paiva and Faria, 1981, 14(1), 68

BOTT, Peter. Factors Influencing Material Reported in Group Therapy Supervision Sessions: comment on paper by Napolitani, 1976, 9(1), 45
Orthodox Analytic Groups: comment on note by Grotjahn, 1976, 9(3), 177
Structured Treatment Network Approach, 1978, 11(2), 139
Systems Model for Group Psychotherapy Supervision, 1979, 12(2), 134

BOURNIQUE, Gladys and BOURNIQUE, Joseph. Thoughts on the 3rd European Symposium, 1975, 8(2), 97

BOURNIQUE, Joseph, see BOURNIQUE, Gladys

BOWLBY, John. Aspects of Transference in Group Analysis: discussion on paper by Marrone, 1984, 17(3), 191
Where Science and Humanism Meet: comment on paper by Maratos, 1988, 21(l),81

BOYD, Robert D. Developmental Stages of the Anima and Animus in Small Groups 1, 1989, 22(2), 135

BOYD, Robert D., KONDRAT, Mary E. and RANNELLS, Jean S. Developmental Stages of the Anima and Animus in Small Groups II, 1989; 22(2), 149

BOYS, Jenny, see SHARPE, Meg

BRAMLEY, Wyn (see also MACKENZIE, Nancy; TERRY, Paul) Authority and Leadership: comment on paper by Szecsody, 1980, 14(2), 70
A Brush with the Law - a Monodisciplinary Dons' Seminar, 1978, 11(3), 227
Applied Group Analysis in Mental Health Education: discussion on paper by Sandahl, 1983, 16(1), 42
Are there Typical Courses of the Group Process? discussion on paper by Kutter, 1986, 19(3), 250
Crossing Boundaries: discussion on paper by Burgess, 1986,19(3), 244
'From Behind the Scenes': discussion on paper by Hobbs, 1988,21(3), 248
Group Analysis - a Wider Role? 8th London Workshop, 1981, 14(3), 162
Group Analysis Today (1978 London Workshop), 1978, 11(1), 54
Group-Analytic Approach to Training: Eight Sessions with University Teachers, 1977, 10(1), 32
Influencing the Culture of an Academic Department: Impressions of a Group Analytic Consultant, 1980, 13(2), 110
Introduction to Group Work - Six Sessions for Hospital Staff, 1977, 10(3), 219
Staff Sensitivity Groups: a Conductor's Field Experiences, 1990, 23(3), 301
Training, Leadership and Group Composition: discussion on paper by Salvendy, 1985, 18(2), 142

BRIA, P., CIOCCA, A., de RISIO, S. and FERRO, F.M. Experiences of Group Psychotherapy with Psychotic Patients and their Institutional Implications, 1978,11(l), 25

BRIEGER, Johanna. Graveyards, Ghosts and Gaiters: Envy as a Growth-Promoting Factor in Groups, 1980, 13(3), 215

BROUGH, William. Group Analysis for Couples: discussion, 1970, 3(3), 174

BROWN, Dennis G. Between Reflection and Un-differentiation: comment on paper by Abraham, 1991, 24(2), 184
Bion's Debt to Freud: discussion on paper by Wilson, 1983, 16(2), 158
Context, Content and Process: Inter-relationships between Small and Large Groups in a Transcultural Workshop [EATGA], 1987, 20(3),237
Dialogue for Change, 1986, 19(1), 25 (reply by Le Roy, 39)
Developing Concepts in Group Analysis: report of GAS 'fishbowl' meeting Nov. 1978, 1979, 12(1), 69 (comment by van der Kleij, (2), 102; author's reply, 104)
GAS vs IGA: discussion, 1981, 14(1), 13
Group Work in a Training Environment: discussion on paper by Hughes, 1984, 117(l),75
Psychoanalysis, Language and Groups: comment on paper by Woolmer, 1980, 13(3), 209
Psychosoma and the Group, 1985, 18(2), 93
Psychosomatic Patient: discussion on paper by Cividini-Stranič, 1987, 20(4), 317
Some Reflections on Bion's Basic Assumptions from a Group-Analytic Viewpoint, 1979, 12(3), 204
Text, Context and Texture: Free Speech in the Service of Health and Healing, 1982, 15(3), 207

BROWN, Paul. A Gestalt Trainee looks at the Group Training Process, 1977, 10(l),31
The Large Group Developmental Cycle, 1977, 10(2), 127
The Staff Post-Group as a Training Group, 1977, 10(2), 132

BROWN, Paul and JUKES, A. Group Training in Belgrade, 1978, 11(1), 75

BROWN, Rachel. A Group within an Institution: How one Reflects and Mirrors the Other, 1988, 21(3), 259

BROWN, Rachel, DOMINGO-PEREZ, Lisa and MURPHY, Dympna. Treating 'Impossible' Children. A Therapeutic Group on a Children's Ward, 1989, 22(3), 283

BRUCE, Terry. 'Group Analysis with Early Adolescents': discussion on paper by Behr, 1988, 21(2), 131

BRUMMER, Nadine. 'Dialogue' (poem), 1977, 10(2), 109

BRUSCA, Jorge. A Warm Embrace (International Encounter of Psychodrama and Analytic Group Psychotherapy, Buenos Aires, August 1985), 1986, 19 (2),263

BULLOCK, Lotte. Large Group 1975/76 (poem), 1977, 10(2), 117

BURFORD, Suzanna (see also MARRONE, Mario) Experiential Group Supervision: comment on paper by Schuman and Fulop, 1990, 23(1), 81
Group Therapy: Preliminary Data with Depressives, 1990, 23(1), 59
Research Issues in Group Psychotherapy: comment on paper by Stock Whitaker, 1981, 14(1), 69

BURGESS, Jacquelin. Crossing Boundaries: a Group-Analytic Perspective on Geographical Research, 1986, 19(3), 235 (discussion by Bramley, 244)

BURNS, Tom. Two Cases of Anorexia Nervosa: discussion on paper by Ciani et al, 1983, 16(3), 240

BYNG-HALL, John. Conceptual Model of Family Defence: Implications for Family Therapy, 1975, 8(3), 186


C      

CAINE, Tom M. (see also GARLAND. Caroline) Measurement of 'Openness Experience' and of 'Feelings of Control' and their Relation to Group Psychotherapy, 1978,11(2),158
Psychiatric Treatment Expectancies, Personalities and Drop Out from Therapy, 1974,7(l),58

CAJORALI, M., see CIANI, N.

CAMPOS, Hanne. Group Analysis - a Wider Role? comment on 8th London Workshop, 1981, 14(3), 158
Language and Authority in Psychotherapy: comment on paper by Stern, 1989, 21(2),194
Reflections on Six Months in the Large Group, 1979, 12(3), 243

CAMPOS AVILLAR, Juan. Afterthoughts to the Copenhagen Meeting [7th International Congress], 1981, 14(1), 4
GAS vs IGA: discussion, 1981, 14(1,2), 19, 138
Group Analysis, International Panel and Correspondence? a Bystander's View, 1979, 12(2), 107
Group Analysis- A Wider Role? 8th London Workshop report, 1981, 14(2), 146
Kind of Psycho-Shaking that turns out to be Psycho-Shocking(letter), 1977, 10(3), 188
State of Group Analysis in Catalonia and Spain, 1981, 14(1), 76
Workshop Experiment: Don't Treat or Teach! That is not Your Assignment (letter), 1984, 17(3), 254

CAPAROTTA, Luigi and MARRONE, Mario. Staff Responses to Patients with a Primary Disturbance of the Self, 1981, 14(1), 50

CAPELLARI, Cynthia, see FLEISCHER, Jerome A.

CAPORALI, M., see CIANI, N.

CAPPIELLO, A., ZANASI, M. and FIUMARA, R.S. The Therapeutic Value of the Silent Observer: Clinical Experience in Group Analysis, 1988, 21(3), 227 (discussion by Lear, 232)

CASEY, W. Modular Group Psychotherapy (letter), 1972, 5(1), 13 (comment by Foulkes, 1972, 5(3), 179)

CATINA, Ana, TSCHUSCHKE, Volker and WINTER, David. Self-reconstruing as a Result of Social Interaction in Analytic Group Therapy: Preliminary Data with Depressives, 1989, 22(1), 59

CERNIUS, Vytautas I., see HOVEY, Frances E.

CHRISTIE, George L. The Integration of Didactic and Experiential Aspects of Group Psychotherapy Training, 1984, 17(1), 33 (discussion by Jacobs, 1984, 17(3),239)

CIANI, N., FIUMARA, R., CAJORALI, M. and ZANASI, M. Diagnosis and Treatment of Narcissistic Disturbances in Group Analysis, 1981,14(3), 308 (comment by Bar-Levav,1982, 16(3), 308; authors' reply (by Fiumara), 1983, 16(2), 178)

CIANI, N., FIUMARA, R., LORINI, T., CAPORALI, M. and ZANASI, M. Two Cases of Anorexia Nervosa and their Drop-out from Group Analysis, 1983, 16(3), 231 (discussion by Maratos, 238; by Burns, 240)

CIOCCA, A., see BRIA, P.

CIVIDINI [CIVIDINI-STRANIČ], Eugenija. Group Dream in Group Psychotherapy, 1986;19(2),147
Our First Workshop in Zagreb, 1978, 11(1), 79
Psychosomatic Patient in Group Analysis, 1987, 20(4), 309 (discussion by D. Brown, 317)
Talking behind a Patient's Back: discussion on paper by Grotjahn, 1983, 16(1), 84

CIVIDINI, Eugenija and KLAIN, Eduard. Advantages and Disadvantages of Co-Therapy, 1984, 17(2), 156 (discussion by Mhlongo, 252)
Contribution to the Discussion of Supervision in Co-Therapy Groups, 1973, 6(l),22

CLARK, David. Group Analysis and the Therapeutic Community (10th Foulkes Lecture), 1487, 20(1), 3

CLARK, Julia, see ROBERTSHAW, Sally

CLARK, Julia and ROBERTSHAW, Sally. Intensive Group Psychotherapy Using a Team of Therapists: I, 1990, 23(2), 129

COCKBURN, Andrew. The Large Group: Symposium Report, 1972, 5(2), 108

COFFMAN, Derek A. The Health Care Meeting: discussion on paper by C. W.L. Smith et al, 1983, 16(1), 62

COGILL, Stephen. Integrating Individual Patients into Groups: discussion on paper by Hall and Perry, 1983, 16(2), 169

COHEN, Vivienne. Cultural Factors in the Development of Group Analysis, 1972, 5(2), 111 Experience in Large Group, European Workshop, 1974, 7(1), 25 (comment by Foulkes, 24)
Group Analysis, an Israeli Experience: comment on workshop report by Davidson and Behr, 1981, 14(1), 67
Group Analysis, the National Health Service and the Future: Evidence submitted by the IGA to the Royal Commission on the NHS, 1976, 9(3), 223
COHEN, Vivienne, McGRATH, Patrick, and SHARPE, John. Countertransference and Therapist Change: an Aspect of Supervision, 1991, 24(1), 53 (discussion by Sharpe, 63)

COHN, Hans W. Double Context: on Combining Individual and Group Therapy, 1986, 19(4), 327 (discussion by Hyde, 1986, 19(4), 339; by Grotjahn, 1987,20(3), 275)
Existential Aspects of Group Therapy, 1985, l8(3), 217
Phenomenological Aspects of Group Analysis: discussion on paper by Dahlin, 1991, 24(1), 35
Phenomenological Elements in Group Therapy (editorial), 1988, 21(4), 283
Prophet in the Group: discussion on paper by Tantam, 1984,17(1), 56

COHN, Ruth C. Co-therapy in Group Analysis, 1969, 1(3), 139

COLLETT, Espen. On Using and Identifying Countertransference in Group Psychotherapy: discussion on paper by Grotjahn, 1985, 18(2), 157

CONLON, Isobel. Effect of Gender on Role of Female Group Conductor, 1991, 24(2), 187

CONWAY, Michael. 7th London Workshop, 1979, 12(2), 160

COOKLIN, Alan. Cultural Reflections in British Family Therapy, 1978, 11(3), 212
A Therapeutic Community is Terminated; discussion on paper by Lemlij et al, 1982,15(l),47

COOMBE, Paul D. 15th Winter Workshop of the GAS (London, Jan, 1988): Commentary, 1989, 22(1), 113

COOPER, Cary L. Psychological Casualties and Experiential Small Group Training, 1974, 7(2), 103 (comment by Abercrombie, 107)

COOPER, Lowell. Systematic Use of Groups in an Acute Psychiatric Unit, 1971, 4(3), 152 (comment by Kreeger, 157; by Dick, 1972,5(1), 24)

COOPER, Robin. Functioning of the Inner World: discussion on paper by Lo Verso and Profita, 1991, 24(4), 437

CORTESÃO, Eduardo Luis. Group Analysis and Aesthetic Equilibrium, 1991, 24(3),271
Interpretation in Group Analysis, 1971, 4(1), 39
Transference Neurosis and the Group-Analytic Process, 1974, 7(1), 20 (comment by Fiumara, 7(3), 140)

COX, Murray. Eroticisation of the Group Process...: discussion on paper by Welldon, 1982, 15(1), 56
Group Psychotherapy and the Offender-Patient, 1978, I1(3), 238
Group Therapy Interaction Chronogram, 1974, 7(3), 167
Psychotic Self: comment on paper by Resnik, 1981, 14(3), 225
Something Happened (7th London Workshop), 1979, 12(2), 159
There's Danger in Numbers: is a Delusion of Safety Necessary for Defence Disruption in Group Psychotherapy conducted with Patients whose Histories include Fatal Assaults? 1978, 11(1), 49

COX, Murray and FRANCE, Jennifer. The Search for Personal Language in Therapeutic Groups, 1979, 12(3), 262

CRIGHTON, James. Group Work with Students, 1979,12(l), 66

CUVELIER, F. Psychodrama Section of 3rd European Symposium, 1975, 89(1), 29


D      

DAHLIN, Olov. 'Human Understanding' in Psychoanalysis and Group Analysis: Thoma and Kaechele's Psychoanalytic Practice, 1991, 24(I), 21 (discussion by Blackwell, 30; author's reply, 39)

DAHLIN, Olov and SANDAHL, Christer. Applied Group Analysis in Mental Health Education: an Experiment, 1983, 16(1), 42 (discussion by Bramley, 48; by Blake, 50)

DANIEL, Heather and KREEGER, Lionel. Marital Group Therapy, 1975, 8(3), 155

DAVIDSON, Shamai, see BEHR, Harold

DAVIS, Hazel. Graduates of the IGA Evaluating Foulkes' Work, 1977, 10(3), 241
Healing 'Hidden Dependence' through Holding in the Group: comment on paper by Molnos, 1980, 13(3), 208
Three Years of Large Group Therapy, 1977, 10(2), 122

DAY, Max and SEMRAD, Elvin V. Relationship of Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Group Therapy, 1973, 6(2), 111

de MARÉ, Patrick (see also PREUSS, Hans G.) Authority and Leadership: comment on paper by Szecsody, 1981, 14(1), 70
Demoralisation in the Hospital Community: comment on paper by Hinshelwood, 1979, 12(1), 93
Development of the Median Group, 1990, 23(2), 113
Editorials, 1976, 9(1,2,3), 3,73, 170;; 1977, 10(1,2,3), 3,102, 173; 1978, 11(2, 3), 94, 191; 1979, 12(1), 3
Friedewald Conference: letter, 1978, 11(1),
98 Group Analysis - a Wider Role? comment on 8th London Workshop, 1981, 14(2), 161
Group Analytic Family Psychotherapy, 1969, 2(2), 67
Group Analytic Principles in Natural and Stranger Groups, 1977, 10(1), 16
How About the Large Group? reply to paper by Ahlin, 1979. 12(1), 8
Large Group Perspectives (9th Foulkes Lecture), 1985, 18(2), 79
Large Group Psychotherapy: a Suggested Technique, 1972, 5(2), 106
Mitzi H. Mills: obituary note, 1976, 9(2), 161
Open Day at Halliwick, 1976, 9(1), 65
Progress without Structure: some Anthropological Observations on the Large Group: discussions on paper by Ruel, 1981, 14(1), 66; 14(2), 130
6th [US] National Conference on Teaching Group Psychology, 1980, 13(2), 145
Tribute to Foulkes, 1977, 10(1), 5

de PAIVA, see MILLER de PAIVA

de PASQUALE, Mario and LABELLARTE, Giuseppina. Resistance to Change in a Classroom Group, 1991, 24(3), 257

de RISIO, S., see BRIA, P.

DEANE, P.C.R. The Give and Take of a Prison Group; 1970, 3(3), 163

D'ELIA, Anna, see PINTO, Rosa

DELLAROSSA, Alejo. Inception, Organisation and Work of an Institute for the Training of Group Conductors - The Institute of Group Techniques of Buenos Aires, 1979, 12(2), 151

DERBOLOWSKY, Udo. Freud's Concept of 'Abstinence' and its Consequences for Group Psychotherapy; reviewed by Foulkes, 1969, 1(3), 177 (author's reply, 1970, 3(1), 47; comments by Kemper, 52; further comments by Foulkes, 54)
His method of group therapy, with discussion by Foulkes, 1967, Prelim. issue, 28; reply to Foulkes, 1967,1(1), 13 (discussion by Foulkes, 15; by Rubin, 1968, 1(2), 59)

DICK, Barbara M. (see also GARLAND, Caroline) Counter-Transference in Group Psychotherapy: discussion on paper by Blay Neto, 1970, 3(1), 11
Facilitating Change through Group Analytic Psychotherapy, 1976, 9(3), 251
GAS Retreat 1981: report, 1982, 15(1), 70
Humanist Psychologist Looks at Groups: comment on paper by Rowan, 1976, 9(1), 30 (author's reply, (2), 94; Dick's reply, 96)
Malignant Mirroring: comment on Foulkes Lecture by Pines, 1984, 17(1), 67
Out-patient and In-Patient Groups: comment on paper by Cooper, 1972, 5(1), 24
Small Group at Workshop (report), 1973, 6(3), 149
Spin of the Proton, 1981, 14(2), 129 (comment by Stevenson, 135; by Home, 16; by Wyse, 137)
Therapeutic Community Leadership: comment on paper by Whiteley, 1978, 11(2), 193
3rd European Symposium reports, 1975, 8(1), 21, 32

DIES, Robert R. What do Group Analysts say in their Groups: discussion on paper by Kennard et al. 1990. 23f21_ t R9

DOMINGO-PEREZ, Lisa, see BROWN, Rachel

DORON, Giora. Clinical Illustrations of Preventive Group Analysis at a Maternity Welfare Clinic Level, 1973, 6(3), 156 (discussion by Munro, 1974; 7(l),14)
Teaching Dynamic Psychotherapy, Group Analysis and Large Groups Therapy at a Swedish University, 1977, 10(1), 24

DOSUZKOV, Theodore. Conego Relationship to Fairy-Tales and Mythology, 1971,5(1), 51 and 5(2-3), 164 (comment by Foulkes, 165)
Problem of Ego-Development, 1970, 3(1), 30, 3(2), 94
Relevancy of Regressive Processes in Group Analysis, 1975, 8(3), 176
Some Mechanisms of Group Analysis, 1974, 7(3), 169

DURKIN, Helen E. Group Therapy in Large Hospitals, 1969, 2(2), 75
Levels of Group Therapy in Large Hospitals, 1967, 1(1), 27
Transfer of Learning: discussion on paper by Abercrombie, 1968, 1(2), 77
Transference Neurosis in Group Psychotherapy, 1970, 2(3), 161
Unified Concepts and Unified Theory (letter), 1967, 1(1), 9 (comment by Ruiz Ogara, 1969, 1(3), 129)

DURVILLE, C., see ROUCHY, J.C.


E      

ELLIOTT, Barbara. Gender Identity in Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 1986, 19(3), 195 (discussion by Boakes, 1987, 20(1), 76; discussion by McLean, 1986, 19(4), 363)

ELLISON, Donald. Frigid Wives - communication: comment on paper by Wear, 1970, 3(3), 138
Gandhi's Tactics: comment on paper by Munro, 1974, 7(3), 153 (author's reply, 154)

EMERY, Robert E., see PETERMAN, Susan E.

ETTIN, Mark F. The Babel of Tower: the Process and Dynamics of Reagan's National Security Council Group as Presented by the Tower Commission Report, 1988, 21(1), 61 (discussion by Hinshelwood, 75; discussion by Blackwell, 78; author's reply, 191)

EVANS, John. Research Findings and Clinical Practice with Adolescents, 1988, 21(2), 103 (discussion by Sevitt, 115)

EVANS, Philip, see SHARPE, Meg

EVERED, Christopher, see HOLLINS, Sheila

EVERS, see HEIGL-EVERS

EYKMAN, I.C.S. et al. Extracts from papers on the Adult and proposed Adolescent Residential Hospital for Neurotic Disorders, Halsteren, Netherlands, 1969, 1(3), 149

EZQUERRO, Arturo, Group Psychotherapy with the Pre-Elderly, 1989,22(3), 299


F      

FALLOON, Ian. Small Group Experience in Family Therapy Training, 1976, 9(1),36

FARIA, A.F., Jr, see MILLER de PAVIA, Luiz

FARRAR, Una. GAS vs. IGA: discussion, 1981, 14(1), 23

FARRELL, Margaret. Group-Work with Children: the Significance of Setting and Context, 1984, 17(2), 146

FEDER, Luis. The Group Facing the 'New One' and 'Newness', 1975, 8(3), 170

FERREIRA, A. Guilherme. Communication and Transference during the Earlier Stages of a Group-Analytic Group, 1971, 4(1), 24
Group Psychotherapy in Portugal, 1970, 3(2), 126
Transference and Transference Neurosis in Group Analysis, 1980, 13(3), 93 (comment by Blake, 1981, 14(3), 245)

FERRO, F.M. , see BRIA, P.

FERRON, Eric G. Black and White Group, 1991, 24(2), 201

FISH, Nicholas. Institutional Paranoia, 1971, 5(l), 27

FIUMARA, Romano (see also CAPPIELLO, A.; CIANI, N.) Brain, Mind and Matrix from an Evolutionary Viewpoint, 1991, 24(4), 409
Foulkes' Primordial Level in Clinical Practice: discussion on paper by Usandivaras, 1986, 19(3), 267
Jungian Analysts and Group Analysis (editorial), 1989, 22(2), 131
Matrix, Mind and Matter: discussion on paper by Powell, 1991, 24(3), 319
Psychology of the Individuation Process and Group Analysis: the Role of 'Pronominalism', 1989, 22(2), 177

FIUMARA, Romano and ZANASI, Marco. Depression of the Group and Depression in the Group, 1989, 22(1), 49
Therapeutic Group Analysis and Analytical Psychology, 1974, 7(3), 165
Transference Neurosis and the Group Analytical Process: discussion on paper by Cortesäo, 1974, 7(3), 139

FLEISCHER, Jerome A. and CAPELLARI, Cynthia. Benefits of Co-Therapy in a Group with Schizophrenic Patients, 1979, 12(2), 117

FORIZS, Lorant. A Schizophrenic Patient in a Large Group Treatment Setting, 1975, 8(2), 102 (comment by Whiteley, 105)

FOULKES, Elizabeth T. Co-Therapist's Post-Script [E.S.G.A.], 1984,(7(2), 164
Early Days of the Group-Analytic Society (London), 1977, 10(2), 104
European Liaison Committee report, 1977, 10(1), 89
European Workshop, Stockholm, 1979, 12(1), 64
4th European Symposium, 1979, 12(1), 41
5th European Symposium, 1981, 14(3), 250
Further Observations from Maastricht [E.A.T.G.A], 1987, 20(3), 249
London Workshop, 1978, 11(1), 51
Mireille Monod: obituary note, 1976, 9(2), 161
Mrs M.L.J.Abercrombie [obituary], 1985, 18(1),3
Professional Identity and Future of the Group Analyst: report of meeting, 1980, 13(3), 212
Tribute to S.H. Foulkes, 1976, 9(3), 172
Weekend Workshop, 1978, 11(2), 160
Workshop in Analytic Psychodrama, 1978, 11(3), 277

FOULKES, Paul. Art or Science? comment on paper by Home, 1974, 7(2), 78 (author's reply, 7(3), 142; further letter, 1975, 8(2), 71)
Canon or Creed? comment on paper by Hutten, 1976, 9(1), 15
Therapy and Training: a Linguistic Gloss, 1970,3(2), 96 (comment by S.H.Foulkes, 97; by Hutten, 100)
What is a Congress for? comment on paper by Ammon et al, 1972, 5(1), 5 (authors' reply, 5(2) 146; further comment, 1973, 6(1), 10)

FOULKES, S.H. [Wrote most of] Preliminary Issue, 1967
Access to Unconscious Processes in the Group Analytic Group, 1971, 4(1), 4
A.L.Kadis: obituary, 1971, 4(2), 126
Comments on three papers in same issue, 1968, 2(1), 41
Counter-Transference in Group Psychotherapy: comment on paper by Blay Neto, 1970, 3(l),13
Developing of Feelings and Relations in Group Psychotherapy on Analytic Lines: comment on paper by van Blaaderen-Stok, 1969,1(3), 183
Editorials: 1967, 1(1), 1; 1968, 1(2), 45; 1969, 2(2), 51; 1970,2(3), 111; 3(1,2,3), 1, 67, 133; 1971, 5(2), 67; 1975, 8(1), (3), 5, 131
1st European Workshop, 1973, 6(2), 72; 6(3), 136, 153
Family Pattern in Group Psychotherapy: comments on Schindler and Grotjahn answered by Schindler, 1972, 5(2), 142
Freud's Concept of 'Abstinence': review of paper by Derbolowsky, 1969, 1(3), 177
Group Experiences, 1970, 3(2), 107
Group Psychotherapy for University Students: comment on paper by Blay Neto, 1970, 3(1), 44
Group Psychotherapy: the Group Analytic View, 1968, 2(2), 99
Group Structure and Personality Structure: comment on paper by Bott, 1976, (3),184
Harold Kaye: obituary, 1974, 7(3), 137
London Workshop, 1974, 7(1), 23
Meaning of Groupal Interpretation: comment on paper by Blay Neto, 1969, 1(3), 179
Methods of Group Therapy: discussion of letter by Derbolowsky, 1967, 1(1),13 (author's reply, 15; further comment, 1968, 1(2)76; 1969, 1(3), 177; 1970, 3(l),54)
Nature of Group Cohesion: response to Schossberger, 1968, 2(2), 82
Paul Schilder: an appreciation, 1970, 2(3), 175
Paul Senft: obituary, 1975, 8(3), 133
Psychoanalysis and Group Analysis, 1970, 3(3), 171
Qualification a: a Psychoanalyst as an Asset as well as a Hindrance for the Future Group Analyst, 1975, 8(3), 180 (comment by Grotjahn, 1976, 9(1), 84; author's reply, 75)
Retrospective Appraisal of Group Therapy, and Counter-indications, 1968, Scapegoat: comment on paper by Merl, 1970, 2(3), 166
Short Outline of the Therapeutic Processes in Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 1975, 8(1), 59 (comment by Schindler, 1975, 8(2), 73; author's reply, 74)
Some Autobiographical Notes, 1968, 1(2), 117
[lst European] Symposium in Retrospect, 1971, 4(1), 61; comments on Leat's report, 54
Suicides in Groups of Depressives: comment on Grotjahn and Bloomfield, 1972, S(2), 74 (reply by Grotjahn, S(3), 133; by Yassky, 1973, 6(1), 5)
Therapeutic Community and Community Therapy: comment on papers by Kreeger and others, 1970, 3(3), 176
Therapy and Training: a Linguistic Gloss: comments on note by P. Foulkes, 1970, 3(2), 97
Transference in Groups, 1969, 1(3), 135
Werner W. Kemper: obituary note, 1976, 9(1), 66

FRANCE, Jennifer, see COX, Murray

FRANEY, Ena. Breakdown in a Group, 1984, 17(1), 58

FRANKHAM, D.C., see GOLDBERG, C.D.S.

FREUD, Sigmund. Letter to Foulkes, 1980, í3(1), 6

FREUND, Hermann, see KNAUSS, Werner

FUBINI, Franca. Work of Time and Work of Clocks: the Experience of the Uncontainable and the Emergence of the Container, 1988, 21(4), 311

FULOP, George., see SCHUMAN, Elliott P.


G      

GABRIEL, Yiannis. Discontents and Illusions: the Inevitable Costs of Civilization? 1983, l6(2), 130 (discussion by Pines, 145)

GALKIN, Israel. Group Treatment of Teenage Boys, 1969, 1(3), 154

GALT, Alfreda S. 'Trigant Burrow': commentary, 1987, 20(2), 173

GARB, R. and KUTZ, I. Families in Transition: the Role of the Father, 1980, 13(2), 124 (comment by Lask, 137; by Skynner, 138; by Andry, 139)

GARLAND, Caroline. Elderly Patients in Continuing Care: discussion on paper by Millar and Zagier Roberts, 1986, 19(1), 59
Face to Face, 1980, 13(1), 42
Group Analysis: taking the Non-Problem Seriously, 1982, 15(1), 4 (discussion by D. Brown, 53; by Pines, 54; by Skynner, 55; by Bentovim, 185; by Manor, 187)
Group-Analytic Approach in a Comprehensive School, 1983, 16(3), 198
Malignant Mirroring: discussion on paper by Zinkin, 1983,16(2), 126
Widdershins: Theories and Resistance, 1982, 15(2), 165

GARLAND, Caroline and HOPPER, Earl. Survivor Syndrome: report on Workshop, 1979> 12(3), 258

GARLAND, Caroline, KENNARD, David, ROBERTS, J.P., WINTER, David A., CAINE, T.M., DICK, Barbara and STEVENSON, F.Beaumont. What is a Group Analyst? A Preliminary Investigation of Conductors'
Interventions, 1984, 17(2), 137

GARNER, Jean. Some Thoughts on Group Analysis, 1980,13(l), 43

GFAELLER, Georg R. Therapeutic Group Analysis in the Large Group: an Experiment, 1982, 15(3), 278

GLENN, Liza. Attachment Theory and Group Analysis: The Group Matrix as a Secure Base, 1987,20(2), 109; discussion by Marrone, 118
Matrix, Mind and Matter: discussion on paper by Powell, 1991, 24(3), 316

GOLDBERG, Carl. Creative Self in Search of Meaning (letter), 1980, 13(2), 91 (discussion by Yassky, 133; by Hearst, 134; by van der Kleig, 135; by Hopper, 136)
The Role of Shame in Therapeutic Misalliance, 1988, 21(4), 198

GOLDBERG, C.D.S. and FRANKHAM, D.C. AIDS and the End of the Group, 1990, 23(1), 45

GOLDBERG, Mary and SHAFAR, S. Group Therapy in an Approved School for Girls, 1973, 6(1), 18

GOMEZ MARTIN, J-L. Superiority of Group Psychotherapy over Classical Psychoanalysis in the Treatment of Isolation in Obsessive Neuroses, 1971,4(2), 88

GORDON, John. Projective Identification in Group Psychotherapy: discussion on paper by Zender, 1991, 24(2), 130

GORDON, Rob. Intersubjectivity and the Efficacy of Group Psychotherapy, 1991.24(l),41

GORDON, Rosemary. Moral values and Analytical Insights: Some Reflections, 1972, 5(3), 180

GOREN, Y. and KRETSCH, R. The Borderline Patient in Individual and Group Therapy, 1984, 17(3), 227

GOSLING, Robert. Another Source of Conservatism in Groups, 1977, 10(3), 194,243
Dr J. D. Sutherland: obituary, 1991, 24(4), 490
Wilfred Bion: obituary, 1980, 13(1), 4

GRAHAM, Frank W. Commission to Examine Group Analysis, 1988, 21(2), 198
Depression: Endogenous or Neurotic? Questions of Interpretation and Treatment in Groups, 1990, 23(4), 409 (discussion by Abse, 417; by Grotjahn, 418)
Facing the Patient: discussion on paper by Grotjahn,1983, 16(3), 259
Psychoanalysis and Group Psychotherapy, 1978, 11(3), 197
Psychoanalysis and Group Psychotherapy, 1984, 17(1), 3 (discussion by Abse, 12; discussion by C. James, 15; discussion by Koenig, 250)
Why do People Stop Conducting Groups? discussion on paper by Grotjahn, 1934, 17(2), 166
Writing about Technique: discussion on editorial by Behr, 1985, 18(1), 63

GRAHAM, H., see SMITH, C.W.L.

GREGORY, B.A.J.C. The Day Hospital as a Therapeutic Community, 1968,1(2), 71 (discussion by Whiteley, 1969, 1(3), 147; author's reply, 1969, 2(2), 78; discussion by Shafar, 1969, 2(2), 79)

GROSS, V.S., see SMITH, C.W.L.

GROTJAHN, Martin. After Saying Good-bye to a Group, 1988, 21(2), 189
Analysable and Un-Analysable Anger in Groups: discussion on paper by Molnos, 1987, 21(2), 167
Analysis of the Therapeutic Process in Groups, 1976, 9(2), 77
Are there Impossible People? 1985, 18(2), 148;
Battegay's 'Bifocal Attention' of the Therapist and Cohn's 'Double Context', 1987, 20(3), 273
Battegay's Concept of 'Vertical' and a 'Horizontal' Group Axis, 1990, 23(2), 191
Being Bored in Group Therapy, 1988, 21(4), 361
Cartoon, 1991, 24(1), 87
Colloquium for Group Analysts: opening Remarks, 1975, 8(3), 179 (comment by Lewis, 173; by Yassky, 1976, 9(1), 9; author's reply, (2),139);
Co-Therapy: discussion of paper by Kew, 1970 ,3(2), 93
Day I got Old, 1981, 14(3), 223
Depression: Endogenous or Neurotic: discussion on paper by Graham, 1990, 23(4), 418
Depth of Interpretation in Group Analysis, 1991, 24(3), 333
Distant or Mousy Analyst and the Group Therapist, 1989, 22(3), 345
'Don't Treat!', 1984, 17(2), 165
Do you Work with the Marble Block as a Whole? 1991, 24(2), 211
Dynamics of the Transference in the Therapeutic Group Experience, 1971, 4(3),162
Franz Alexander and the Therapeutic Process, 1985, 18(1), 6
Future of Individual Psychotherapy, 1973, 6(2), 116 (comment by Yassky, 1974, 7(2), 80; author's reply, (3), 144)
GAS vs IGA and other comments, 1981, 14(3), 239
General comments on issues, 1972, S(1, 2), 3, 69
Gossip in Groups, 1986, 19(4), 357
Greetings to the Paper Group, 1979, 12(3), 190
Group Analysis in Old Age, 1989, 22(1), 109
Group Therapist in his Garden, 1983, l6(2), 178
Group Therapy for Therapists and their Wives: comment on paper by Morgan, 1970, 3(1), 62
House with a Spouse is not a House: comment on report on Family Therapy, 1975, 8(3), 137
How Much of an Actor is a Group Analyst Allowed to Be? 1987,20(2), 155
How to Find the Right Group Therapist, 1989, 22(2), 218
Hunter and Trapper as Group Therapists, 1985, 18(1), 60
'I' am 'You', 'We' are 'They': comment on paper by Klimova, 1990, 23(3), 323
I Burned all my Records: Taking Notes about Group Sessions, 1990, 23(1), 79
Letter from an Old Therapist to an Aged Lady, 1990, 23(4); 428
Limits of Self-Analysis, 1986, 19(1), 77
Pages I read and Pages I did not read in the last issue of 'Group Analysis', 1976, 9(1), S
Relationship between Psychoanalysis and Group Analysis (discussion), 1970, 3(1), 42 (comment by Kaye, 3(2), 113)
Response to December 1976 issue of Group Analysis, 1977, 10(1), 11
Response to Marrone, Kellerman, McNeilly and Sandison [Aspects of Transference in Group Analysis; Acting Out in Psychodrama and in
Psychoanalytic Group Therapy; Group-Analytic Art Therapy; Working with Priests and Religious in Groups], 1985, 18(2), 160
Salute to a Man of Courage: comment on paper by Foulkes, 1976, 9(2), 84 (author's reply, 85)
Silent Conductor, 1987, 20(1), 72
Statements I Would Like to Have Made but Didn't, 1975, 8(1), 67
Suddenly There was no More Group! 1989, 22(4), 431
Suicides in Groups of Depressives: comment on paper by Bloomfield, 1972, 5(3), 133 (replies, 136, 137, 138)
Talking behind a Patient's Back, 1982, 1S(2), 163 (discussion by Mittwoch, 15(3), 307; by Cividini-Stranič, 16(1), 84)
Therapist's Wife (reply to book review), 1984, 17(2), 167
Three Grateful Patients, 1484, 17(1), 65
Tiptoeing through the Tulips (comments on Nov. 1973 issue), 1974, 7(1), 5 (reply by Kreeger, 7(2), 75)
Treatment of 'Beautiful and Famous People' in Groups, 1975, 8(3), 15O
Use of Art in Group Psychotherapy, 1971, 6(1), 38
What Causes Change? 1982, 1S(3), 289 (discussion by Graham, 1983, 16(3), 259)
What the Therapist does when he does 'Nothing', 1984, 17(3), 243 (discussion by Collett, 1985, 18(2), 157)
When is a Patient Too Old for Therapy? 1986, 19(2), 176
When is a Therapist too old to Conduct Analytic Group Therapy? 1986, 19(3), 265
Where did my Hearing Go? 1985, 18(3), 283
Why do People Stop Conducting Groups? 1983, 16(3), 258 (discussion by Graham, 1984, 17(2), 166; 8(2), 160)

GRUNBERG, Sheena Rankin (see also HINSHELWOOD, Robert D.). Elderly Patients in Continuing Care: discussion on paper by Miller and Zagier-Roberts, 1986,19(l), 61
Marlborough Community, 1979, 12(2), 166
Thinking and the Development of Structure in a Community Group, 1978, 11(2) 127

GRUNBERGER, J., see SLUGA, W.

GUILHERME FERREIRA, see FERREIRA

H      

HAANS, Ton. Group Psychotherapy with Survivors of World War II Persecution, 1988, 21(3), 267

HALL, Mary and PERRY, Christopher. Integrating Individual Psychotherapy Patients into Groups, 1983, 16(2), 161 (discussion by Sevitt, 168; by Cogill, 169)

HALL, Zaida M. Learning the Language, 1980, 13(2), 143
7th London Workshop, 1979, 12(2), 160

HAMER, Neil. Group-Analytic Psychodrama, 1990, 23(3), 245

HAMORY, Eva M. Malignant Mirroring: discussion on paper by Zinkin, 1983, 16(3), 263

HAMROGUE, Tom. Self Psychology and the Group Process: discussion on paper by Paparo, 1984, 17(2), 117

HARRISON, Pamela S., see WESTON SMITH, J.

HARTMAN, Mark. Group Analysis comes to Ireland (report), 1981, 14(3), 246

HARWOOD, Irene. The Need for Optimal, Available Caretakers: Moving Towards Extended Self-Object Experience, 1986, 19(4) 291

HASS, David. Mannoni and the Ascendancy of the Word, 1980, 13(2), 127

HAUSNER, Milan. System of Community Rehabilitation of Neurotics at Psychiatric Hospital at Sadska, 1970, 3(3), 156

HAYNE, D. Michael. Large Group in London Workshop, 1974, 7(1), 26

HAYKAL, Radwan F., see NEIMEYER, Robert A.

HEARST, Liesel [Lisbeth E.]. (see also BEHR, Harold) Changed Time Structure: discussion on paper by Reik, 1989, 22(3), 330
Creative Self in Search of Meaning: comment on letters by Goldberg and Yassky, 1980, 13(2), 134
Defence Alliances: discussion on paper by Bosse, 1982, 1S(1), 58
Emergence of the Mother in the Group, 1980, 14(1), 25, 83 (comment by Schindler, (2), 132; author's reply, 134)
GAS vs IGA, 1981, 14(1), 17
Group-Analytic Seminars in Germany: comment on paper by Koenig, 1978, 11(2), 102
Projective Identification, Alienation and Society: discussion of paper by Hinshelwood, 1986, 19(1), 79
Self in the Group: discussion on paper by Hutten, 1984, 17(2), 135
Transference, Countertransference and Projective Processes in Training Course Block Sessions, 1990, 23(3), 341
Treatment of Psychosomatic Illnesses in Group Analytic Psychotherapy: discussion of paper by Knauss, 1986, 19(3), 275
Unstructured Large Group Learning of Boundary Phenomena: comment on paper by Lear, 1980, 13(3), 207

HEATLEY, John, see SHARPE, Meg

HEENEN-WOLFF, Susann and KNAUSS, Werner. Change of Culture as an Opportunity for Reorganizing Psychological Conflicts, 1991, 24(3), 231

HEIGL, F., see HEIGL-EVERS, Annelise

HEIGL-EVERS, Annelise and HEIGL, F. Indications for Analytic Group Psychotherapy for the Treatment of Neurosis, 1970, 2(3), 165
Indication for Combined Individual and Group Therapy, 1970,3(3), 141

HERNANDEZ, M., see LEMLIJ, M.

HERZOG, Veronika Muenz, see MUENZ-HERZOG

HIGGIN, Gurth and JONES, Richard. Mini Societies, 1974, 7(2), 114

HILTROP, Jean Marie. Third-Party Mediation: Some Functional and Strategic Considerations, 1988, 21(1), 9

HINSHELWOOD, Robert D. 'Babel of Tower': discussion of paper by Ettin, 1988,.21(1),75
Communication Flow in the Matrix, 1989, 22(3), 261
Demoralisation in the Hospital Community, 1978, 11(1), 84 (comment by de Maré, 93)
Freud's Group and its Vicissitudes: discussion on paper by Homans, 1985; 18(3), 236
Large Group Dynamics and the Nuclear Threat, 1987, 20(2), 137
Projective Identification, Alienation and Society, 1985, 18(3), 241 (discussion by Blackwell, 252; author's reply, 1986, 19(2), 179)
Therapeutic Communities Workshop: a Personal View, 1978, 11(2), 22

HINSHELWOOD, Robert D. and GRUNBERG, Sheena Rankin: Large Group Syndrome, 1975, 8(2), 99

HOBBS, Michael (see also SHARPE, Meg) From Behind the Scenes: the Psychodynamic Implications for an Analytic Psychotherapy Group of Being Observed Through a One-Way Screen, 1988, 21(3), 235 (discussion by Bramley, 248)

HOLDEN, Sarah. Moving Together: the Group finds a Dance, 1990, 23(3), 265

HOLLINS, Sheila. Group Therapy with Disabled Young People: discussion of paper by Rudnitzki, 1988, 21(2), 178

HOLLINS, Sheila and EVERED, Christopher. Group Process and Content: the Challenge of Mental Handicap, 1990, 23(1), 55

HOLY, see SLAVINSKA-HOLY

HOMANS, Peter. Freud's Group and its Vicissitudes, 1985, 18(3), 221 (discussion by Hinshelwood, 236)

HOME, H. James H. Berlin Workshop, 1975, 8(3), 19
Change and Understanding: London Workshop; 1976, 9(1), 43
Foulkes' 70th Birthday, 1970, 2(3), 142
GAS vs IGA (discussion), 1981, 14(1), 12
Group Analysis in Training of Analysts (letter), 1971, 4(3), 143
Group Analytic Mission to a School with a Reputation for Violent and
Disruptive Behaviour, 1979, 12(2), 142
London Workshop, 1974, 7(1), 27 (discussion on 'Psychoanalysis is not a
Science' by Foulkes, 29; by Hutten, (2), 77; by P. Foulkes, (2), 68; author's reply, 7(3), 142)
Metaphor in Group Analysis: discussion on paper by Powell, 1982, 15(2), 190
Mind and Matrix in the Writing of S.H. Foulkes: discussion on paper by Lintott, 1983, 16(3), 250;
Note on the Influence of Objective Factors on the Tempo of the Group, 1970, 3(2),103
Psychoanalysis, Language and Groups: comment on paper by Woolmer, 1980, 13(3),209
Spin of the Proton: comment on paper by Dick, 1981, 14(2), 136
Thoughts on a Congress (Philadelphia 1977), 1978, 11(1), 64
What is Group Analysis? letter, 1982, 15(1), 60; report of paper, 63
Workshop at Altaussee, 1974, 7(3), 163

HOPPER, Earl (see also GARLAND, Caroline) Basic Principles, Changes and Trend: Comments on Symposium, 1972, 5(2), 91,
Comments on papers by Bott, Springman, Abse and Barrett, 1977, 10(1), 9
Creative Self in Search of Meaning: comment on letters by Goldberg and Yassky, 1980, 13(2), 136
Group Analysis - a Wider Role? comment on report of London Workshop, 1981, 14(2), 161
Group Analysis: Israeli Experience: comment on report by Davidson and Behr, 1980, 13(3), 205
Group Analysis: The Problem of Context, 1982, 15(2), 136
Group Society as a Psychotherapy Concept: comment on paper by Raskovic, 1981, 14(2), 135
Large Group in University Setting, 1975, 87(1), 18
'Wider View of Groups'-excerpts, 1976, 9(2), 115
Workshop in Group Analytic Psychotherapy, Israel, 1978, 11(2), 156

HOVEY, Frances E. and CERNIUS, Vytautas. A Conference for Teachers and Trainers of Group Workers, 1978, 11(3), 243

HUGHES, Patrick M. Group Work in a Training Environment, 1983, 16(3), 203 (discussion by Bramley, 212; by Boswood, 215; by D.Brown, 1984, 17(1), 75)
'Holding and Holding-on': discussion on paper by Lucas, 1988,21(2), 150
Training, Leadership and Group Composition: discussion on paper by Salvendy, 1985, 18(2), 146

HUSETH, Brete. Qualitative Sampling of the Younger Generation, 1970,, 3(2), 83

HUTCHISON, Sidney C. Group Analysis in the Field of Visual Arts: discussion on paper by Backes, 1985, 18(1), 66

HUTTEN, Ernest H. Psychoanalysis is not a Science: comment on paper by Home, 1974, 7(2), 77
Scientific Status of Psycho-Analysis and of Group-Analysis, 1976, 9(1), 13; (2), 109 (comment by P. Foulkes, 9(1) IS)
Self in the Group, 1984, 17(2), 122 (discussion by D. Wood, 134; discussion byTherapy and Training: a Linguistic Gloss: comment on paper by P. Foulkes, 1970, 3(2), 100

HYATT-WILLIAMS, Shiona. Is there a Spouse in the House? 1975, 8(2), 88 (comment by Grotjahn, (3), 137)

HYDE, Keith R. The Double Context: discussion on paper by Cohn, 1986, 19(4), 338
Idealization and Omnipotence within Group Matrix, 1991, 24(3), 279 (discussion by Agazarian, 289; by Bacal, 293; author's reply, 296)

I      

ISAGER, Torben. Family Therapy as a Child of Group Analysis in Denmark? comment on paper by R. and P. Skynner, 1980, 14(3), 202


J      

JACKSON, Carol. My Experience in the Large Group, 1977, 10(3), 117

JACOBS, Isabel S. (see also ATKINSON, Dorothy M.A.)Change and Understanding: 3rd London Workshop report, 1976, 9(3), 253
Communication through Seating Position, 1968, 1(2), 110
Cultural Factors in the Development of Group-Analysis: Symposium Report, 1972, 5(2), 114
Evolution of the Workshop, 1979, 12(1), 24
1st European Workshop (reports), 1973, 6(2), 78; 6(3), 143 (correspondence; 6(3) 136)
5th London Workshop: comment on lecture by Kreeger; 1978, 11(1), 7
GAS vs IGA (discussion), 1981, 14(2), 140
Genesis of a Group Analyst: discussion of paper by Christie, 1984, 17(3), 239
Large Group in 2nd European Workshop, 1974, 7(3), 159; 1975, 8(2), 93
Leaving the Group to Flounder: Notes on the Role of the Conductor in a New Group, 1972, S(1), 49
Potentials for Learning and Change: 4th London Workshop, 1977, 10(2), 136 (comment by Ahlin, (3); 190)
Role of Reporter at a Group Analytic Workshop, 1982, 15(2), 169
WEA Class in 'Personality and Human Relationships', 1969, 2(1), 33
Why is it so Difficult to Teach and to Learn? 1975, 8(1), 46 (comment by Napolitano, 50)
Working with a Co-Therapist: comment on remark by Skynner, 1974, 7(3), 150 (author's reply, 152)

JACOBS, Isabel S., MINETT, Dorothy and ROBERTS, Jacqueline. Group Work Therapy - a Tool for Social Workers?, 1976, 9(2), 151

JAMES, Colin. Countertransference in Training for Group Psychotherapy, 1979, 12(l),45
Experiential Group- Introducing People to Group Therapy, 1976, 9(1), 34
GAS vs IGA (discussion), 1981, 14(2), 14
Psychoanalysis and Group Psychotherapy: discussion on paper by Graham, 1934, 17(1), 15

JOHNSON, Di., see WALROND-SKINNER, Sue

JONAS, David and KLEIN, Doris. People as Social Animals, 1974, 7(2), 59

JONES, Ann. January Conference [London Workshop]- some Personal Associations, 1979, 12(2), 164

JONES, H. Bevan. Group Therapy of Mothers and Children in Parallel, 1969, 2(1), 32

JONES, Richard, see HIGGIN, Gurth

JONGERIUS, J.P. All in the Family [Therapeutic Community], 1979, 12(1), 13

JOSAFAT, Matthew. International Colloquium on Group Analytic Psychotherapy, 1975,8(3),177

JUKES, A., see BROWN, Paul


K      

KARP, Marcia. Acting out in Psychodrama and in Psychoanalytic Group Therapy: discussion on paper by Kellermann, 1985, 18(1), 64
Encounter in Buenos Aires, 1986, 19(1), 67

KARTERUD, Sigmund. Group Focal Conflict Analysis: a Reliability Study of a Hermeneutic Method, 1988, 21(4), 325

KAYE, Harold (see also KEW, Clifton) Relationship between Psycho-Analysis and Group Analysis: comment on paper by Grotjahn, 1970,3(2), 113

KELLERMANN, Peter Felix. Acting Out in Psychodrama and in Psychoanalytic Group Therapy, 1984, 17(3), 195 (discussion by Rouchy, 1985,18(1), 63;
discussion by Karp, 1985, 18(1), 64; discussion by Grotjahn, 1985, 18(2), 283)

KELLY, Joan B. The Mediation Process and Role: Comparisons to Psychotherapy. 1988,21(1),21

KEMPER, Werner W. Freud's Concept of Abstinence ... comment on Foulkes' review of paper by Derbolowsky, 1970, 3(1), 52
Short Contribution to the History of Analytic Psychotherapy and GAIPAC, 1975, 8(3), 175

KENNARD, David (see also GARLAND, Caroline) Analytic Groups in Therapeutic Communities: discussion on paper by Blake, 1982,15(1), 49
Double Identity of Clinical Psychologist and Group Analyst, 1980, 14(3), 212
Fernando Arroyave Memorial Prize Essay, 1991, 24(1), 6
From a Therapeutic Community to a Special Hospital, 1985, 18(3), 266
Joint Research Committee, 1979, 12(3), 256
Psychiatric Day Ward and its Relation to a Group-Analytic Training Model: discussion on paper by Andersen, 1990, 23(2), 153
Research Issues in Group Psychotherapy: comment on paper by Stock Whitaker, 1981, 14(1), 69
Therapeutic Community is Terminated: discussion on paper by Lemlij et al, 1982 v15(2),174

KENNARD, David and ROBERTS, Jeff. Learning from Experience in Therapeutic Community Living -a Residential Weekend, 1978, 11(3), 223 (comment by Whiteley, 226)
Therapeutic Community Training- a One-Year Follow-Up, 1980, 14(1), 54 (comment by Whiteley, 56; authors' reply, (2), 90)

KENNARD, David, ROBERTS, Jeff and WINTER, David. What do Group Analysts say in their Groups? Some Results from the IGA/GAS Questionnaire, 1990, 23(2), 173 (discussion by Salvendy, 184; by Dies, 189)

KENNEDY, R.I. L. Some Aspects of Group Therapy with Psychotic Patients, 1978, 11(2), 181

KESSELMAN, Hernan. Dramatic Multiplication: Training Workshops for Group Conductors, 1987, 20(3), 215

KEW, Clifton E. Co-Therapy: Literature Review, 1969, 2(2), 86 (comment by Grotjahn, 1970, 3(2), 93)
Second Therapist in a Group -Transitional Object, 1975, 8(2), 81
Treatment of Homogenous Group with Severe Ego Deviations 1972 rill 32
Use of a Transitional Object in a Homogeneous Group of Psychotics, 1973, 6(3), 163; 1973, 7(2), 108

KEW, Clifton E. and KAYE, Harold. Observations on the Response of an On-Going Therapy Group to the Temporary Introduction of a Co-Therapist, 1969, 1(3), 142 (discussion by Passos, 1970, 2(3), 122; author's reply, 1970, 3(3), 165)

KINSTON, Warren. Some Aspects of Large Group Functioning [International Colloquium of Group Analysis], 1976, 9(1), 25

KIRKWOOD, R. Group Analysis goes to Napsbury: reply to paper by Behr and Hearst, 1978, 11(2), 96; author's reply, 97

KITZINGER, Sheila. Pregnancy and Group Psychotherapy, 1470, Z(3), 127

KLAIN, Eduard (see also CIVIDINI, Eugenija) Communication and Interaction in a Small Professional Group, 1985, 18(1), 54
Confrontation and Acting-out in Group Analysis, 1986, 29(2), 153
Trainer-Trainee Dialogue in the Group, 1985, 18(3), 254 (discussion by Mittwoch, 262)

KLEIN, Doris, see JONAS, David

KLIMOVA, Helena. 'I' and 'You', 'We' and 'They': Thoughts of a Psychotherapist in Prague, 1990, 23(3), 317 (comment by Grotjahn, 323)

KLINE, Frank M. Dynamics of the Transference in Leaderless Groups [reported by Grotjahn], 1972, 5(3), 126
Group Therapy for Chronic Severely Disabled Patients, 1974, 7(1), 9

KNAUSS, Werner (see also HEENEN-WOLFF, Susann) Treatment of Psychosomatic Illnesses in Group-Analytic Psychotherapy -Indications and Contra-Indications, 1985, 18(3), 177 (discussion by Montgomery, 141)

KNAUSS, Werner and FREUND, Hermann. Group-Analytic Psychotherapy with Alcoholic In-Patients, 1985, 18(2), 124 (discussion by Arrroyave, 131)

KNAUSS, Wedmer and RUDNITZKI, Gerhard. Block Training in Heidelberg: Historical and Contemporary Influences, 1990, 23(3), 367 (comment by Reik, 1991, 24(1), 85)

KOENIG, Karl. Group-Analytic Interpretations, 1991, 24(2), 111
Overview of Analytic Group Psychotherapy in Germany, 1978, 11(1), 81 (comment by Hearst, (2), 102)
Projective Identification: Transference-Type and Defence-Type, 1991, 24(3), 323
Psychoanalysis and Group Psychotherapy: discussion of paper by Graham, 1984, 17(3), 250
Transference in Groups-Internal Phantasy and External Reality (11th Foulkes Lecture), 1987, 20(4), 291
Uses and Applications of the Large Group (Amsterdam Symposium), 1975, 8(l),35

KONDRAT, Mary E., see BOYD, Robert D.

KREEGER, Lionel (see also DANIEL, Heather)
Background and Application of Large Groups, 1972, 5(2), 103
Humanistic Psychologist Looks at Groups: comment on paper by Rowan, 1976, 9(1), 28 (author's reply, (2), 94)
Pauline Joseph: obituary note, 1976, 9(1), 67
Resistances in Group Analysis: discussion on paper by Ormont, 1986, 19(4), 325
Systematic Use of Groups in an Acute Psychiatric Unit: comment on paper by Cooper, 1971, 4(3), 157
Therapeutic Community is Terminated: comment on paper by Lemlij et al, 1981, 14(3), 231
Tiptoeing through the Tulips: comment on letter by Grotjahn, 1974, 7(2), 75
What is Group Analysis? Report of GAS Meeting 28.9.81, 1982, 15(1), 63

KRETSCH, R., see GOREN, Y.

KUTTER, Peter. Are there Typical Courses of the Group Process? Observation in 66 Psychoanalytic Training Groups, 1986, 19(2), 245
Indication and Goals of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 1989, 22(4), 379
'Insight' and 'Corrective Emotional Experience'- Two Important Curative Factors in Psychoanalytic Group Therapy, 1985, 18(1), 18

KUTZ, L., see GARB, R.


L      

LABELLARTE, Giuseppina, see DE PASQUALE, Mario

LAKOFF, Robert S., see McCALLUM, Mary

LAKOFF, Robert S. and AZIM, Hassan F. A. Society's Changing Views on Mourning: some Clinical Implications, 1991, 24(4), 355

LANSEN, Johan. Milieu Therapy: Different Models and the Place of Group Therapy, 1982, 15(2), 158 (discussion by Whiteley, 191; by Blake, 15(3), 312
7th London Workshop, 1980, 14(1), 57

LASK, Bryan. Group Psychotherapy in General Practice: comment on paper by Weston Smith et al, 1980, 14(1), 53
Families in Transition: Role of the Father: comment on paper by Garb and Kutz, 1980, 14(2), 137

LAWRENCE, Gordon and BARHAM, Peter. Some Notes on Tavistock Working Conferences, 1974, 7(2), 92

LEAL, M. Rita M. Questions and Suggestions from 1st European Symposium, 1971,4(1), 54
Reflections on Mirroring: discussion on paper by Pines, 1982, 15, suppt. 27
Resistances and the Group-Analytic Process, 1982, 15(2), 97 (discussion by Pines, 15(3), 316)
Transference Neurosis in Group Analytic Treatments, 1968, 1(2), 101
Work with a 'Large Group' Structured Through an Artificial Matrix: how a Group Analyst went about Teacher Training, 1972, 5(3), 157

LEAR, Terence E. (see also SHARPE, Meg) 4th European Symposium, 1979, 12(1),43
GAS vs IGA (discussion), 1981, 14(2), 140
Group-Analytic Experience in Mexico, 1984, 17(2), 160
Inspiring Role of the Conductor, 1985, 18(2), 150 (discussion by Stevenson, 155)
Management of Envy in an Experiential Training Group, 1979, 12(1), 49
Midland Group Work and Family Therapy Courses, 1978, 11(3), 265; 1979, 12(2),169
Personal Transformations in the Group, 1991, 24(4), 441
Phenomenon of the Sacrifice of Isaac: discussion on paper by Battegay, 1983, 16(3), 229
Prophet in the Group: discussion on paper by Tantam, 1984, 17(3), 170
Rhyme and Reason of Healing in the Group, 1987, 20(4), 351
Shameful Encounters, Alienation, and Healing Restitution in the Group, 1490, 23(2), 155
Silver Linings of Shame Clouds, 1987, 20(1), 49
Spirit and Psyche: some Afterthoughts of a Group Experience, 1983, 16(1), 17 (discussion by Sandison, 1984,17(2), 248)
Studies of Shame (editorial), 1987, 20(1), 15
Therapeutic Value of the Silent Observer: discussion on paper by Cappiello et al, 1988, 21(3), 232
Unstructured Large Group Learning of Boundary Phenomena, 1980, 13(2), 164
Ward Holding Group, 1990, 23(3), 291
What is Effective in Group Psychotherapy? discussion on paper by Skynner, 1986, 19(1) 23

LEAR, Terence, BEDI, Ashock and MALLON, Valerie. The Trainee and Group Experience, 1976, 9(3), 208

LEAR, Terence and STEVENSON, F. Beaumont. Midland Course in Group Work and Family Therapy, 1979, 12(2), 169

LEDBETTER, Paul V. Co-Therapy (letter), I969, 1(3), 141
Group work with children (letter), 1972, 5(1), 9
'Ledbetter's Principles', 1974, 7(2), 82

LEDERMAN, Selwyn. Countertransference Reactions with a Supervisor and a Group: the Recreation of the Familial Triangle, 1973, 6(2), 101

LEMLIJ, M. and HERNANDEZ, M. Primitive Healing and Therapy in Groups [in Peruvian jungle], 1969, 2(2), 82

LEMLIJ, M, MULVANY, S., and NAGLE, C.J. A Therapeutic Community is Terminated, 1981, 14(3), 216 (discussion by Kreeger, 231; by Ahlin, 233; by Whiteley, 235; by Cooklin, 1982, 15(1), 46; by Kennard, 15(2), 174; by J. P.Roberts, 175; by Sandison, 176)

LEMOINE, Paul. Psychodrama as a Resolution of Grief, 1979, 12(2), 136
Toward a Psychoanalytical Theory of Psychodrama, 1977, 10(3), 203

LEPPARD, Raymond. The Music of the Group: discussion on paper by Powell, 1984,17(l), 69

LERNER, Beatriz. An Experience in Combined Therapy, 1972, 5(1), 29

LE ROY, Jaak. Cultural Structuring of the Personality and Intercultural Relationships [E.A.T.G.A.], 1987, 20(2), 147
Dialogue for Change: discussion on paper by Brown, 1986, 19(1), 39

LEVENS, Mary. Borderline Aspects in Eating Disorders: Art Therapy's Contribution, 1990, 23(3), 277

LEUTZ, Gretel. The Psychodramatic Treatment of Dreams, 1986, 19(2), 139

LEWIS, A. Gillian. Colloquium for Group Analysts: discussion report, 1975, 8(3),180

LEWIS, Peter. Laughter and Humour- does it have a Place in Group Analysis? (review article), 1987, 20(4), 362

LIBORIUS, Clemens. An Analyst's Experience of a Special Form of Sensitivity Training, 1970, 2(3), 177

LIEBERMAN, Morton A. Group Therapy beyond the Therapy Group (4th Foulkes Lecture), 1980, 13(2), suppt.

LINDSEY, Caroline R., POUND, Andrea and RADFORD, Michael. A Co-operative Playgroup in a Psychiatric Day Hospital, 1978, 11(3), 189

LINGIAH, Tony, see SHARPE, Meg

LINTOTT, Bill. Group Matrix: discussion on papers by van der Kleij and Ahlin, 1985, 18(2), 120
Mind and Matrix in the Writing of S.H. Foulkes, I983,16(3), 242 (discussion by Pigott, 248; by Home, 250)
Resonance in Art Groups: discussion on paper by J.P. Roberts, 1984, 17(3), 220;

LINTOTT, Bill and SPEIRS, Ronald. Cambridge Group Work: a Review of its Origin and Development, 1982, 15(1), 41

LO VERSO, Girolamo and PROFITA, Gabriele. Group-Analytic Model of the Functioning of the Inner World, 1991, 24(4), 425 (discussion by Cooper, 437)

LOMAX-SIMPSON, Josephine M. Belonging to the Large Group within the Messenger House Trust Context, 1978, 11(1), 48
Queen's Red Coat: Images of a Large Group, 1985, 18(3), 275
7th World Congress for Social Psychiatry, 1978, 11(3), 278

LORENTZEN, Steinar. Block Training in Oslo: the Experience of Being Both Organizer and Participant, 1990, 23(3), 361

LORINI, T., see CIANI, N.

LUCAS, P., see ROUCHY, J.C.

LUCAS, Tina. Holding and Holding-on: using Winnicott's Ideas in Group Psychotherapy with 12-13-year-olds, 1988, 21(2), 135_ (discussion by Hughes, 150)

LYNN, Rita. Why did I Choose Group Analysis? 1980, 13(1), 46

M      

MAAR, Vivi. Attempts at Grasping the Self during the Termination Phase of Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 1989, 22(1), 99

McCALLUM, Mary, see PIPER, William E.

McCALLUM, Mary, PIPER, William E., AZIM, Hassan F.A. and LAKOFF, Robert S. Edmonton Model of Short-term Therapy for Loss, 1991, 24(4), 375

McGRATH, Patrick, see COHEN, Vivienne

MacKENZIE, Nancy. Role of the Group Analyst in Non-Clinical Settings, 1980, 13(3), 213
The Work Discussion Seminar, 1986, 19(3), 260

MacKENZIE, Nancy and BRAMLEY, Wyn. Provincial Group Analysis, 1982,15(1), 37

McLEAN, Helen M. Gender Identity in Group Analytic Psychotherapy: discussion of paper by Elliott, 1986, 19(4), 363

McNEILLY, Gerry. Group Analysis and Art Therapy: a Personal Perspective, 1990, 23(3), 215
Group-Analytic Art Therapy, 1984, 17(3), 204 (discussion by Grotjahn, 1985, 18(2), 160)
Learning from Experience in Therapeutic Community Living: report of Training Weekend, 1980, 13(1), 67
What Happened to the 'The'? (letter), 1990, 23(2), 193

MAIN, Tom F. Concept of the Therapeutic Community: Variations and Vicissitudes (1st Foulkes Lecture), 1977, 10(2), suppt. Speech at Foulkes' 70th Birthday, 1970, 2(3), 133

MALAN, David H. Group Psychotherapy: a Long-Term Follow-Up Study, 1977, 10(1), 93 (comment by Bott and author's reply, (2), 111)

MALLON, Valerie (see also LEAR, Terence) 7th London Workshop report, 1980,14(l),59

MANN, David W. Crowding, or The Complexity of Group Relationships, 1990, 23(1), 69 (comment by Mittwoch, (3), 325; author's reply, (4), 429)

MANOR, Oded. Group Analysis: Taking the Non-Problem Seriously: discussion on paper by Garland, 1982, 1S(2), 187

MARATOS, Jason. Bowlby and Kohut: Where Science and Humanism Meet, 1986, 19(4), 303 (comment by Bowlby, 1988, 21(1), 81)
Two Cases of Anorexia Nervosa: discussion on paper by Ciani et al, 1983, 16(3), 238

MARRIOTT, Kay, see ROBERTS, Wyn

MARRONE, Mario (see also CAPAROTTA, Luigi). Adopting Roles to Resolve Resistances: discussion on paper by Ormont, 1987, 20(1), 79
Aspects of Transference in Group Analysis, 1984, 17(3), 179 (discussion by Bowlby, 191; discussion by Grotjahn, 1985, 18(2), 160)
Attachment Theory and Group Analysis: discussion on paper by Glenn, 1987, 20(2),118
Development of Group Psychotherapy in Argentina, 1979, 12(3), 250 (comment by Usandivaras, 242)
8th Latin-American Congress, 1980, 14(1), 70
Group Work with Schizophrenics, 1977, 10(3), 206
On Integrating Models: response to Louis Zinkin, 1984, 17(1), 28
Workshop on Group Therapy in Spain, 1978, 11(3), 268

MARRONE, Mario and BURFORD, Suzanna. Analytic Psychodrama Workshop, 1980, 13(2), 144

MARSCHALL, Ruth von, see BATTEGAY, Raymond

MARSHALL, Bruce. Bion's Debt to Freud: discussion on paper by S.Wilson, 1983, 16(2), 169

MARSHALL, Tony F. Forum for Initiatives in Reparation and Mediation: commentary, 1988, 21(4), 363

MARTIN, see GOMEZ MARTIN

MEISSNER, Bettina. London Workshop (Change and Understanding), 1976, 9(2),155

MERL, H. Die Omega-Position in der analytischen Gruppe [Engl.transl.], 1969, 1(3), 164 (comment by Foulkes, 1970,2(3), 166)

MERRY, Sally Engle. The Mediation Process in Family and Neighbourhood Disputes, 1988, 21(1), 47

MEYER, Victor. Behaviour Therapy Today, 1973, 6(3), 180

MHLONGO, Anne. Attachment to a Small Group in a Large Conference: meeting report, 1982, 1S(1), 66
Co-Therapy: discussion on paper by Cividini-Stranič and Klain, 1984, 17(3), 252
Group Analyst as Consultant in a Social Services Setting, 1983, 16(3), 192

MIGLIORATI, Pier Giacomo. The Image and Group Relationships, 1989, 22(1), 189

MILLAR, David and ZAGIER ROBERTS, Vega. Elderly Patients in 'Continuing Care': A Consultation Concerning the Quality of Life, 1986, 19(1), 45 (discussion by Garland, 59; by Grunberg, 61)

MILLER DE PAIVA, Luiz. Analytical Group Therapy and Psychiatric Rearguard Action, 1971, 4(12), 82
Countertransference as the Only Clue: comment on paper by Wallbridge, 1981, 14(3),231
Group Defence: the Thanatotic Object Experienced as Good, False-Ego and Foetalization, 1971, 4(3), 146
Introjective Identification of the Thanatotic Object in Group Therapy-Development of the Beta-Screen, 1972, S(1), 125
Purposeful Regression, Loss of Identity, 'Foetalization', Homo- sexuality and Splitting in a Therapeutic Group, 1970, 3(2), 75
Schizophrenic-type Reactions in Therapeutic Groups, 1969>2(2), 62
Witch Message in Group Therapy, 1975, 8(2), 84

MILLER de PAIVA, Luiz and FARIA, A.F., Jr. Reflections on the Use of Memory in the Group Setting, 1981, 14(1), 32 (comment by Boswood, 68; by Burford, 69)

MILLER SMITH, Margaret. Notes on a Therapeutic Non-Group [in Grendon prison], 1970, 3(2), 80

MINETT, Dorothy, see JACOBS, Isabel S.

MITTWOCH, Adele. Aspects of Guilt and Shame in Psychotherapy, 1987,20(l), 33
Crowding, or The Complexity of Group Relationships: comment on paper by Mann, 1990, 23(3), 325
Countertransference as the Only Clue (discussion on paper by Wallbridge) and Talking behind a Patient's Back (discussion on paper by Grotjahn), 1982, 15(3), 307 (comment by Bar-Levav, 1983, 16(1), 82; reply, 173)
Experiential Group in Germany, 1978, 11(3), 266
From Fantasy towards Reality (Case History), 1982, 15(1), 15
Getting Better, Staying Well, 1987, 20(4), 335
London Colloquium report, 1975, 8(3), 184
Myth and Ritual of the Group...: comment on paper by Ruzicka, 1978; 11(3), 192
Patient who 'Refuses' to Change: comment on paper by Shultz, 1991, 24(4), 479
Professional Identity and Future of the Group Analyst (meeting report), 1980, 13(3),212
Trainer-Trainee Dialogue in the Group: discussion on paper by Klain, 1985, 18(3),262

MOLNOS, Angela. Anger that Destroys and Anger that Heals: Handling Hostility in Group Analysis and in Dynamic Brief Psychotherapy, 1986; 19(3), 207 (discussion by Grotjahn, 1987, 21(2), 167)
Destructive Idealization, 1991, 24(2); 133
Healing 'Hidden Dependence' through Holding in the Group, 1980, 13(2), 183 (comment by Davis, 208)
The Self-Healing Small Group, 1979, 12(2), 192

MONTGOMERY, D. GAS 9th London Workshop, 1982, 1S(1), 72
Treatment of Psychosomatic Patients: discussion on paper by Knauss, 1985, 18(3), 191

MORGAN, David W.M. Analytic Group Therapy for Therapist and Wife, 1970, 2(3), 163 (comment by Grotjahn, 1970, 3(1), 42)

MORO, Ljiljana. Confrontation as Intervention in the Group, 1485, 18(3), 194
My Experiences with Training Group Analysis, 1987, 20(1), 65

MORRICE, Ken. The Role of the Psychiatrist in Prison, 1970, 3(3), 161 (comment by Foulkes, 176)

MOTTRAM, Mary, see WESTON SMITH, J.

MUENZ-HERZOG, Veronika. Block Training in Zürich: the Phenomenon of 'Time and Rhythm', 1990; 23(3), 353 (comment by Reik, 1991, 24(1), 85)

MULVANY, S., see LEMLIJ, M.

MUMBY, Trevor. Analysts come out of your Ivory Tower, 1973, 7(2), 115
Large Group Experience, 1971, 4(3), 159
Role Transition Problems from a Socio-Medical Setting to an Industrial Setting, 1971, 4(2), 108

MUNRO, Helle. Failure of Group, 1972, 5(3), 138
Foulkes and Escher: comment on paper by Abercrombie, 1969, 1(3), 160
Group Dynamic Research (letter), 1971, 4(2), 114
Historical Account of the Development of Dynamic Psychology, 1972, 5(3), 171; 1973, 6(1), 27; 6(2), 117; 6(3), 185; 1973, 7(1), 61; 7(2), 117 (comment by Ellison, (3), 153; author's reply, 154); 7(3), 179
'Idols of the Market Place' (drawing and letters), 1971, 4(3),184
'Idols of the Tribe' (drawing and letter), 1972, 5(1), 54
Mathematical Equivalents of Group-Analytic Concepts, 1969 ,2(1), 24
Preventive Group Therapy: comment on paper by Doron, 1974; 7(1), 14
Sundry comments on vol.7, 1974; 8(2), 70
Symposium Open Forum report, 1972, 5(2), 120
Therapeutic Action, 1970, 3(1), 15

MURPHY, Dympna, see BROWN, Rachel


N      

NAGLE, C.J., see LEMLIJ, M.

NAPOLITANI, Diego. Beyond the Individual: Relationship between Subject and Group in a Group Analytic Perspective, 1980, 13(1), 12

NAPOLITANI, Fabrizio. Co-Therapy by Alternate Conduction and Reciprocal Supervision, 1979, 12(1), 52
Group-Analytical Clinical Training Team, 1975, 8(3), 160 (comment by Bott, 1976,9(l), 44)
Why is it so Difficult to Teach and to Learn? comment on paper by Jacobs, 1975,8(l),50

NEIMEYER, Robert A., ROBINSON, Leslie A., BERMAN, Jeffrey S. and HAYKAL, Radwan F. Clinical Outcome of Group Therapies for Depression, 1989, 22(1), 73

NETO, see BLAY NETO

NITSUN, Morris. The Anti-Group [Fernando Arroyave Memorial Essay], 1991, 24(1), 7 (comment by Tuttman, 24(4), 483
Early Development: Linking the Individual and the Group, 1989, 22(3), 249


O      

OBHOLZER, Anton. Group Analysis and Organized Consultancy: discussion on paper by Rance, 1989, 22(3), 341

OGARA, see RUIZ OGARA

OLIVIERI-LARSSON, Rudolf. Block Training in Group Analysis: comment on special section, 1991, 24(3), 335 (comment by Behr and Hearst, 24(4), 475)

OPALIC, Petar. Theme Orientated Group Psychotherapy of Psychotics, 1988, 21(4), 289

ORMAY, A.P. Art as Communication: a Group-Analytic View, 1990, 23(3), 377

ORMONT, Louis. Adopting Roles to Resolve Resistances in Group Analysis, 1986, 19(4), 311 (discussion by Kreeger, 325; discussion by Marrone, 1987, 20(1), 74)



P      

PAGE, Pam. Large Group Experience, 1977, 10(1), 22

PALMER, D. S. Learning for Groupwork in Probation, 1973, 6(3), 170

PANGBOURNE, Julia, see ARROYAVE, Fernando

PANTLIN, A.W. Group-Analytic Psychotherapy with Mentally Handicapped Patients, 1985, 18(1), 44 (discussion by Pigott, 51)

PAPARO, Franco. Potentials for Learning and Change: comment on Boswood's report on London Workshop, 1977, 10(3), 182
Self Psychology and Group Analysis, 1981, 14(2), 117
Self Psychology and the Group Process, 1984, 17(3), 108 (discussion by Hamrogue, 117; by Wooster, 120)

PARKER, Gillian. In a Manner of Speaking: Injunctions Straight or Paradoxical? Reflections on Styles of Therapy (GAS meeting), 1981, 14(1), 85; 1982, 15(1),65

PASSOS, Isabel. Co-Therapy: discussion, 1970, 2(3), 122

PAWLIK, Jerzy S. Group Analysis at Rasztów, Poland, 1940, 23(3), 328
System of Psychoanalytically Orientated Short-Term Group Psychotherapy, 1979, 12(3), 296

PAWLIK, Jerzy S. and PIERZGALSKA, Elzbieta. Use of Dreams in a Small Analytic Group, 1990, 23(2), 163

PERRY, Christopher (see also HALL, Mary) Personal Account of a Pioneer Experimental Large Group, 1977, 10(2), 116

PETERMAN, Susan E. and EMERY, Robert E. Acceptance of Marital Termination and Outcome in Mediation, 1988, 21(1), 37

PETERNEL, Franc. Ending of Psychotherapy Group, 1991, 24(2), 159

PFEIFFER, Irmgard. Group Matrix and Jung's Collective Unconscious, 1969, 2(1), 5 (comment by Foulkes, 41)
Oedipal Conflict in Groups (letter), 1971, 4(2), 118
Pros and Cons of Combining Analytic Methods with Action: comment on paper by Trappe, 1969, 2(2), 66

PIERZGALSKA, Elzbieta, see PAWLIK, Jerzy S.

PIGOTT, Claude. Deep Truth, Madness and Paradox in Analytic Children's Groups (13th Foulkes Lecture), 1990, 23(2), 99
Group-Analytic Psychotherapy with Mentally Handicapped, Patients: discussion on paper by Pantlin, 1985, 18(1), 51
Mind and Matrix in the Writing of S.H. Foulkes: discussion on paper by Lintott, 1983, 16(3), 248
Société Française de Psychothérapie de Groupe, 1981, 14(1), 77

PINES, Malcolm. Basic Principles, Changes and Trends, 1972, 5(2), 85
Borderline Syndrome, 1974, 7(2), 112 (comment by Grotjahn, 7(3), 145; author's reply, 146)
Borderlines in Groups, 1973, b(3), 179
Complex Dynamic Transactions Typical of Some Group Sessions, 1970, 3(1), 14
Editorials, 1986, 19(1,2), 3, 99; 1991, 24(1), 5
Bion: a Group-Analytic Appreciation, 1987, 20(3), 251
Mediation Papers: a Group-Analytic Response, 2488, 21(1), 57
Psychoanalysis, Psychodrama and Group Psychotherapy: Step-Children of Vienna, 1986, 19(2), 101
Shame- What Psychoanalysis does and does not Say, 1987, 20(1), 16
Frame of Reference of Group Psychotherapy, 1980, 13(1), 16;
Framework Patients, 1978, 11(3), 245
Group Analysis and Healing, 1989, 22(4), 417 (comment by Wikse, 1991, 24(4), 485)
Group Analysis: an Israeli Workshop: comment on paper by Davidson and Behr, 1981, 14(3), 204
Group Analysis: Taking the Non-Problem Seriously: discussion on paper by Garland, 1982, 15(1), 55
Group Analytic Psychotherapy of the Borderline Patient, 1978, 11(2), 115
Group Analytic View of Culture and Civilization: response to Yiannis Gabriel, 1983, 16(2), 130
Group Psychotherapy: Frame of Reference for Training, 1979, 12(3), 210
Harold Kaye: obituary, 1974, 7(3), 135
How a Group Develops over Time, 1979, 12(2); 109
International Congress of Group Psychotherapy, Ztirich, 1973, 6(3), 190
Malignant Mirroring: discussion of paper by Zinkin, 1983, 16(2), 129
Matrix of Group Analysis: Historical Perspective, 1991, 24(2), 99
Philadelphia Congress, 1978, 11(1), 65
Professor Eduardo Luis Cortesäo: Obituary, 1991, 24(4), 488
Prospect of Group Analysis, 1977, 10(1), 49
Psycho-Analysis and Group Analysis, 1978, 11(1), 8
Reflections on Mirroring (6th Foulkes Lecture), 1982, 15, suppt. (including discussion by Leal and Zinkin) (further discussion by Dick, 1984 (2), 67)
Resistances and the Group-Analytic Process: discussion of paper by Leal, 1982; 15(3), 316
7th International Congress, 1980, 13(2), 157
T.F. Main: Obituary, 1990, 23(4), 431
Therapeutic Community Association meeting, report, 1974, 7(1), 46
Therapeutic Factors in Group Psychotherapy, 1970, 3(1), 45
Tribute to Foulkes, 1977, 10(1); 6
What to Expect in the Psychotherapy of the Borderline Patient, 1980, 13(3), 168

PINTO, Rosa and D'ELIA, Anna. The Therapeutic Role of the Observer, 1980, 13(l),21

PIPER, Robin. Is there Life after Death - or is there Respect for Death prior to Death? 1977, 10(1), 68

PIPER, William E., see McCALLUM, Mary

PIPER, William E. and McCALLUM, Mary. Group Interventions for Persons who have Experienced Loss, 1991, 24(4), 363

PISANI, Rocco A. Neurosis in Southern Italy: some Sociocultural Aspects, 1990, 23(4), 403

PLAUT, A. Comments on paper by Pines, 1971, 4(2), 116

PONCIANO RIBEIRO, Jorge. Psychodynamic Cure Mechanisms in Group-Analysis: a Foulkesian Approach, 1979, 12(2), 114
Psychotherapeutic Cure Facilitation Agents in Group Analysis: a Foulkesian Approach, 1978, 11(3), 203

PONTALTI, Corrado. Associazione Romana d'Analisi di Gruppo, 1974, 7(1), 16
Skynners' Seminar in Rome, 1975, 8(1), 35

POUND, Andrea, see LINDSEY, Caroline

POWELL, Andrew. Conference Success! Psychodrama and Group Analysis are Compatible! 1986,19(l), 63
Embodied Matrix: discussion on paper by Fiumara, 1991, 24(4), 419
GAS vs IGA (Hon.Sec.'s report to GAS), 1981, 14(1), 8 (sundry comments, 10-24)
Group-Analytic Drama for Disturbed Adolescents: discussion, 1988, 21(2), 166
Group Psychotherapy Training: discussion on paper by Christie, 1984, 17(1), 42;
Matrix, Mind and Matter, 1991, 24(3), 299 (discussion by Glenn, 316; by Zinkin, 318; by Fiumara, 319; comment by Usandivaras, (4) 471)
Metaphor in Group Analysis, 1982, 15(2), 127 (discussion by Home, 190)
Music of the Group: a Musical Enquiry into Group-Analytic Psychotherapy, 1981, 14(3), 249; 1983, 16(1), 3 (discussion by Sharpe, 27; by Leppard, 1984, 17(1), 69; author's reply, 17(2), 71)
Nature of the Group Matrix, 1989, 22(3), 271
Object Relations in the Psychodramatic Group, 1986, 19(2), 125
Words and Music: an Unsung Therapeutic Alliance, 1990, 23(3), 225

POWLES, William E. Group Therapy With Affective Disorders: Critical Impression of Trends and Strategies, 1988, 22(1), 7

PREUSS, Hans G. Indication for Marital Group Psychotherapy, 1971,4(2), 102

PREUSS, Hans G., de MARÉ, Patrick B, and SKYNNER, A.R. Group Analysis of Marital Partners: Criteria for Indication, 1970, 3(1), 27

PRODGERS, Alan. Countertransference, 1991, 24(4), 389
The Dual Nature of the Group as Mother: the Uroboric Container, 1990, 23(1), 17
The Light of Experience: Fragmentation and Unity within Two Large Groups: discussion on paper by Roberts, 1986, 19(3), 253

PROFITA, Gabriele, see LO VERSO, Girolamo

PULLEN, Geoffrey. Process without Structure: some Anthropological Observations on the Large Group: comment on paper by Ruel, 1980, 13(3), 206

PYM, Bridget. Flowing Together, 1976, 9(2), 79
Models of Man and Styles of Teaching, 1976, 9(2), 145


R      

RABINOWITZ, Jonathan. Board of Directors: a Case Study in Group Process and Object Relations, 1986, 19(4), 347 (discussion by Arroyave, 354)

RADFORD, Michael, see LINDSEY, Caroline R.

RANCE, Christopher K.: Group Analysis -a Wider Context? letter, 1981, 14(3), 237
Is it Good or Bad Form to Talk About a Group-Analytic Intervention in Organizations? comment, 1987, 20(4), 379
What has Group Analysis to Offer in the Context of Organized Consultancy? 1989, 22(3), 333 (discussion by Obholzer, 341)

RANNELLS, Jean S., see BOYD, Robert D.

RAPOPORT, Robert N. Mediation and Group Analysis: Creating an Interface (editorial), 1988, 21(1), 3

RASKOVIC, Jovan. Group Society as a Psychotherapy Concept, 1981, 14(2), 122 (comment by Hopper, 135)

REIBSTEIN, Janet, see BLOCH, Sidney

REIK, Herta. Block Training in Group Analysis: comment on special section, 1991, 24(1), 85
Changed Time Structure: the Effect on the Analytic Group, 1989, 22(3), 325 (discussion by Hearst, 330)
The Group, the Patient and the Illness, 1991, 24(4), 465

REILLY, J., see SMITH, C.W.L.

RENIER, Olive. Groups as Part of an In-Service Day Release Course for Residential Social Workers, 1976, 9(1), 41

RENTON, George. GAS vs IGA (discussion), 1981, 14(1), 17

RESNIK, Salomon. Group Psychotherapy of Psychosis: Workshop, 1980, 13(3), 214
The Psychotic Self - an Experience with a Group of Chronic Psychotics, 1981, 14(2), 113 (comment by Cox, (3), 225)

RIBEIRO, J. Ponciano, see PONCIANO RIBEIRO

RIBEIRO, N. Afonso. Institutional Therapy in a Psychiatric Ward in a Portuguese City Hospital of the Asylum Type, 1970, 3(1), 20
Interpretation in Group Analysis: some Conditioning Variables, 1971, 4(1), 31

RICCIARDI-von PLATEN, Alice. European Workshops on Group Analysis, 1973, 6(3), 141
Experiences of a Co-Therapist on Two Group Journeys, 1971, 4(2), 103
Group Psychotherapy in Italy, 1970, 3(2), 125

RICCIARDI-von PLATEN, Alice and ZANASI, Marco. Training for Group Analysis in a Country with Few Training Centres, 1987, 20(3), 209

RIMMER, Lorna, see SHARPE, Meg

RIOCH, Margaret J. Wilfred Bion: an Appreciation and some Reminiscences, 1983, 16(3), 252

RIPPA, Bella and RIPPA, Ben. Group Analysis and Pichon Riviere's 'Grupos Operativos',1989, 22(4), 397

RIPPA, Ben, see RIPPA, Bella

ROBERTS, Jacqueline, see JACOBS, Isabel Š.

ROBERTS, Jeffrey P. (see also GARLAND, Caroline; KENNARD, David)
About the Matrix: discussion on paper by van der Kleij, 1983, 16(1), 83
Foulkes' Concept of the Matrix, 1982, 15(2), 111 (discussion by Aagaard and Thygesen, 15(3), 188)
Group Analyst as Consultant to a Therapeutic Organization, 1983,16(2), 187
Resonance in Art Groups, 1984, 17(3), 210 (discussion by Lintott, 220; discussion by Prodgers, 1986, 19(3), 253)
Therapeutic Community is Terminated; discussion on paper by Lemlij et al, 1982, 15(2), 175

ROBERTS, Wyn and MARRIOTT, Kay. Group Work with Deprived Mothers and Parallel Child Therapy, 1975, 8(2), 111

ROBERTSHAW, Sally, see CLARK, Julia

ROBERTSHAW, Sally and CLARK, Julia. Intensive Group Psychotherapy Using a Team of Therapists: II, 1990, 23(2), 137

ROBERTSON, Hamish. Aspects of the Confessional, 1976, 9(2), 140

ROBINSON, Leslie A., see NEIMEYER, Robert A.

ROGERS, Cynthia. On Putting it into Words; the Balance between Projective Identification and Dialogue in the Group, 1987, 20(2), 99

ROHR, Elisabeth. Fragile Boundaries: a Group-Analytic Experience with Secretaries, 1991, 24(3), 263

ROITMAN, Mark. The Concept of Projective Identification: its Use in Understanding Interpersonal and Group Processes, 1989, 22(3),235

ROSEN, Maria R. Description of a Working Class Marital Group, 1975, 8(3), 157

ROSENBAUM, Max. 'Group Analysis and the Image of Man', 1972, 5(3), 177 (comment by Balogh, 178; by Yassky, 1973, 6(3) 139; author's reply, 1974, 7(1), 7; comment by Yassky, (3), 148)
Techniques in Transition and Open Dialogue, 1987, 20(2), 157
Tribute to Foulkes, 1976, 9(3), 173
Trigant Burrow: a Pioneer Revisited, 1986, 19(2), 167 (discussion by Scheidlinger, 1987, 20(1), 73; author's reply, 1988, 21(1), 85; Scheidlinger's reply, 1987, 21(4), 364)

ROSSEL, Robert D. Boundary Problem from the Standpoint of Academic Self-analytic Groups, 1978, 11(2), 104 (comments by author and De Maré, 1979, 12(1), 4,5; by Yassky, 1980, 13(1), 51)
Letter, 1979, 12(1), 4
Structuralist and Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Group Development: an Invitation to Dialogue, 1975, 8(3), 146
Use of Metaphors in the Negotiation of Group Issues, 1977, 10(1), 43

ROTHE, Sabine. The Frankfurt School: an Influence on Foulkes' Group Analysis? 1989, 22(4), 405

ROUCHY, Jean Claude. Acting but in Psychodrama and in Psychoanalytic Group Therapy: discussion on paper by Kellermann, 1985, 18(1), 63
Archaic Processes and Transference in Group Analysis, 1482, 15(3), 235

ROUCHY, Jean Claude, LUCAS, P. and DURVILLE, C. Group Analysis with Psychodrama and Relaxation Techniques, 1981, 14(3), 195

ROWAN, John. A Humanistic Psychologist Looks at Groups, 1975, 8(3), 162 (comments by Kreeger, 1976, 9(1), 28; by Dick, 9(1), 30; author's reply (2), 94)

RUBIN, Jesse. Group Psychotherapy: reply to paper by Derbolowsky, 1968, 1(2),59

RUDNITZKI, Gerhard (see also KNAUSS, Werner) Group Therapy with Disabled Young People: Effects of Modified Group-Analytic Techniques, 1988, 21(2), 169 (discussion by Hollins, 178)

RUEL, Malcolm. Process without Structure: some Anthropological Observations on the Large Group, 1980, 13(2), 99 (comments by Pullen, (3), 206; by de Maré, 14(1), 66; author's reply (2), 130; reply by de Maré, 130)

RUIZ OGARA, Carlos. Unified Concepts and Unified Theory: comment on letter by Durkin, 1969, 1(3), 129

RUZICKA, Jiri. 'The Myth and Ritual' of the Group against the Background of 'Transindividual Group Therapy', 1978, 11(3), 208 (comment by Mittwoch, 192)


S      

SALVENDY, John T. Short-term Group Psychotherapy with Severe Borderlines, 1989, 22(3), 309
Training, Leadership and Group Composition: a Review of the Crucial Variables, 1985, 18(2), 132 (discussion by Bramley, 142; by Bamber, 145; by Hughes, 146)
What do Group Analysts Say in their Groups? comment on paper by Kennard et al, 1990 23(2), 184

SANDAHL, Christer, see DAHL, Olov

SANDISON, Ronald. Agents for Healing in the Small Group, 1987, 20(4), 343
Prophecy, Spirit and Psyche: discussion on papers by Tantam and Lear, 1984, 17(3),248
Psychotic Patient and Psychotic Conflict in Group Analysis, 1991, 24(1), 73
Therapeutic Community is Terminated: discussion on paper by Lemlij et al, 1982, 1S(2), 176
Thoughts on Working with Priests and Religious in Groups, 1984, 17(3), 232 (discussion by Grotjahn, 1485, 18(2), 160)

SANDISON, Ronald and SEVITT, Michael. Birth and Early Life of a Department of Psychotherapy, 1977, 20(2,3), 156, 258
7th London Workshop, 1980, 13(1), 60

SANDNER, Dieter. Walter Schindler's Contribution to Group Analysis and 'Technique, 1980,13(3),161

SANGIULIANO, Iris. Moon-Gazing and the Creative Process: an Encounter Workshop with Writers, 1970, 3(2), 110
Poor Relation takes Rightful Place, 1970, 3(3), 187

SATIR, Virginia. Three-day Workshop, 1977, 10(3), 245

SAUNDERS, Cicely. St Christopher's Hospice: comment on a paper by Wood, 1977, 10(2), 112

SCHARDT, Elizabeth and TRUCKLE, Brian. Notes on a Counselling Group for Adolescents, 1975, 8(3), 166

SCHEIDLINGER, Saul. Group Process in Group Psychotherapy, 1967,I(1), 25 (discussion by Stock Whitaker, 26)
Perception of the Mother in Group Formation: annotated bibliography, 1967, 1(1), 40
Research Issues in Group Psychotherapy: comment on paper by Stock Whitaker, 1981, 14(3), 225
Tribute to Foulkes, 1976, 9(3), 174
'Trigant Burrow: a Pioneer Revisited'; discussion of article by Rosenbaum, 1987, 20(1), 73, 1988, 21(4), 364

SCHERMER, Victor L., see ASHBACH, Charles

SCHINDLER, W. Borderland Syndrome -- a Sign of our Times, 1978, 11(2), 147
Controversial Aspects of Group-Analytic Theory and Techniques, 1972, 5(1), 437
Emergence of the Mother in the Group: comment on paper by Hearst, 1981, 14(2), 132 (author's reply, 134)
Family Pattern in Group Psychotherapy: reply to Grotjahn and Foulkes, 1971, 4(3), 142 (reply by Foulkes, 1972, 5(1),11; reply by Schindler, 1975, 8(2), 73; by Foulkes, 74)
Informative Element in the 'Working Through' of Analytical Group Therapy, 1981, 14(3), 183 (comment by Battegay, 227; author's reply, 228)
Nature and Development of Analytical Psychotherapeutical Groups, 1975, 8(3), 144
Some Points of Difference Concerning Psychoanalytically Orientated Group Psychotherapy, 1977,10(3),225
Wider View of Groups: comment on paper by Hopper, 1976, 9(3), 221

SCHLAPOBERSKY, John. Selection Criteria for Outpatients: report of paper by Welldon, 1982,15(1), 260
7th London Workshop, 1980, 13(1), 63

SCHNEIDER, Stanley and BERMAN, Marvin. Supervision Group as Transitional Object, 1991, 24(1), 65

SCHOSSBERGER, J.A. Nature of Group Cohesion, 1967, Prelim. issue, 16 (comment by Foulkes, 17), and 1968, I(2), 82 (discussion by Foulkes, 82; by Usandivaras, 85)

SCHUMAN, Elliott P. and FULOP, George. Experiential Group Supervision, 1989, 22(3), 387 (discussion by Burford, 1990, 23(1), 81)

SEGLOW, Ilse. Boundaries between Therapeutic Groups and Training Groups, 1968, 1(2), 93
Group Therapy: Problems of Gender, 1974, 7(3), 172
Implications of Recent Work in Conjoint Family Therapy for Group- Analytic Theory: comment on paper by Skynner, 1972, 5(1), 97
Intensive Course in the Behaviour of Small Groups, 1971, 4(3), 178
Michael Foulkes Remembered, 1981, 14(3), 220

SEMRAD, Elvin V. (see also DAY, Max) Use of Group Processes in Teaching Group Dynamics, 1969, 1(3), 169

SENFT, Paul. The Group-Analytical Approach to Undergraduate Initiation into Psychiatry, 1967, 1(1), 21

SERIES, Hugh. Music and the Patterns of Human Interactions: discussion on paper by Strich, 1983, 16(3), 260

SEVITT, Michael (see also SANDISON, Ronald) Integrating Individual Patients into Groups: discussion on paper by Hall and Perry, 1983, 16(2), 168
Research Findings and Clinical Practice with Adolescents: discussion of paper by Evans, 1988, 21(2), 115

SHAFAR, Susanne (see also GOLDBERG, Mary) Day Hospital as Therapeutic Community: discussion on paper by Gregory, 1969, 2(2), 79
lst European Workshop, 1973, 6(3), 151
Group and Individual Analytic Psychotherapy - Reflections on Four Patients, 1975, 8(12), 76
Relationship between Psychoanalysis and Group Analysis: discussion on paper by Ammon, 1971, 4(2), 121

SHARPE, John (see also COHEN, Vivienne) 'Shame' in Papua New Guinea, 1987,20(l),43

SHARPE, Meg. Countertransference and Therapist Change: discussion on paper by Cohen et al, 1991, 24(1), 63
Countertransference as the Only Clue: comment on paper by Wallbridge, 1981, 14(3),229
Group Analysis: an Israeli Experience: comment on report by Davidson and Behr, 1480, 13(3), 203
Group Analysis - a Wider Role? comment on Workshop, 1981, 14(2), 159
Group Themes in a District General Hospital Psychiatric Unit [Shrodells], 1977, 10(3), 266
Music and Group Analysis: discussion on papers by Powell and Strich, 1983, 16(1),27
Pauline Joseph: obituary note, 1976, 9(1), 67
Professional Identity in the Boundary between Individual Analyst and Group Analyst, 1980, 13(3), 213

SHARPE, Meg, BLACKWELL, Dick, HEATLEY, John, HOBBS, Michael and BOYS, Jenny. Creative Supervision through Student Involvement, 1987,20(3), 195

SHARPE, Meg and LEAR, Terry. Jersey Groupwork Course, 1977, 10(2), 151

SHARPE, Meg, RIMMER, Lorna, LINGIAH, Tony, WHAN, Mike and EVANS, Philip. A Visit to the Centre Pierre-Janet, Le Havre, 1977, 10(1), 71

SHARPE, Peter. Group Analysis - a Wider Role? comment on Workshop, 1981, 14(2), 160
Some Thoughts on Group Processes in Industrialised Society, 1981, 13(i), 25

SHASKAN, Donald A. Group Psychotherapy and Genius: the World of Paul Schilder, 1970, 2(3), 173 (comment by Foulkes, 175)
Group Psychotherapy -Attitude and Approach, 1968, 1(2), 115
Group Psychotherapy in the United States, 1970, 3(3), 128

SHELDON, Alan. Group Work in other Fields, 1968, 1(2), 74 (comments by Foulkes,74)
Transfer of Learning, 1967, Prelim. issue, 23 (discussion by Abercrombie, 1967, 1(1), 18; by Trappe, 19; by Foulkes, 20; by Durkin, 1968, 1(2), 77)

SHIELDS, Christopher, see STRICH, Sabina

SHULTZ, Paul P. Countertransference as the Only Clue: discussion on paper by Wallbridge, 1982, 15(2), 182
Patient who 'Refuses' to Change, 1991, 24(2), 147 (comment by Mittwoch, (4), 479)

SHULTZ, Paul P. and BAR-LEVAV, Reuven. Sabbatical Leave in a Private Psychiatric Practice, 1979, I2(3), 234

SHULTZ, Paul P. and STOEFFLER, Victor R. Group Supervision in a Retreat Setting: the Continuing Process of Becoming a Psychotherapist, 1986, 19(3), 223

SIGRELL, Bo. Evaluation of an Educational Programme in Group Psychotherapy, 1979, 12(1), 55

SILVA, see AZVEDO e SILVA

SIMON, Anita, see AGAZARIAN, Yvonne

SKAIFE, Sally. Self-Determination in Group-Analytic Art Therapy, 1990, 23(3), 237

SKYNNER, A. C. Robin (see also PREUSS, Hans G.). Comments on recent issues, 1977, 10(1), 13
Developmental Processes of a Staff Group at the Maudsley Day Hospital, 1973, 6(3), 160
Families in Transition: Role of the Father: comment on paper by Garb and Kutz, 1980; 13(2), 138
GAS vs IGA (discussion), 1981, 14(1), 10
Group Analysis: Taking the Non-Problem Seriously: discussion on paper by Garland, 1982,15(2), 55
Group Experience [Esalen Encounter Group], 1970, l, 3(3), 180
Group Themes: Listening to the Group as a Whole, 1971, 4(2), 94
Icelandic Saga, 1973, 6(1), 39
Implications of Recent Work in Conjoint Family Therapy for Group-Analytic Theory, 1972, 5(1), 95 (comment by Seglow, 97), 5(3), 151
Institutes and How to Survive Them (8th Foulkes Lecture), 1984, 17(2), 91
Is there a Spouse in the House? Family Therapy conference report, 1975, 8(2), 87
Large Group Experience at the 1970/71 Course, 1971, 4(3), 174
Replies to sundry comments (Grotjahn, Durkin, etc), 1972, 5(3),141
Training Groups for Clergy and Wives (letter), 1977, 10(3), 192
Tribute to Ronald Casson, 1976, 9(1), 64
What is Effective in Group Psychotherapy? 1986, 19(I), 5 (discussion by Lear, 23; by Blackwell, 1986, 19(4), 360; author's reply, 1987, 20(1), 69)

SKYNNER, A.C. Robin and SKYNNER, Prudence. Seminar in Rome, 1974, 7(1), 34 (comment by Jacobs, (3), 150; A.C.R.Skynner's reply, 152)
An Open-Systems Approach to Teaching Family Therapy, 1480, 13(1), 31 (comment by Isager, (3), 202)

SKYNNER, Prudence (see also SKYNNER, A.C. Robin) Family Therapy by Married Couples, 1975, 8(2), 90 (comment by Grotjahn, (3) 137)

SLATOFF, Jane. 7th London Workshop, 1979, 12(2), 162

SLAVINSKA-HOLY, Nonna. Dimensions of Transformation in Erotic Countertransference with Psychoanalytic Group Treatment of Borderline Patients, 1979, 12(2), 126

SLUGA; W: and GRUNBERGER, J. Group Work in Other Fields, 1969, 1(3), 136

SMITH, C.W.L., GROSS, V.S., GRAHAM, H.G. and REILLY, J. The Health Care Meeting: Eight Years of Collaborative Work in General Practice, 1983, 16(1), 52 (discussion by Coffman, 62; by Thompson, 63; by Wood, 65)

SMITH, J.Weston, see WESTON SMITH

SMITH, M.M., see MILLER SMITH

SORENSON, Thorkil, see WINTHER, Gerda

SOUTHGATE, John. The Large Group Once Again, 1976, 9(2), 90

SPANJAARD, J. Relationship between Psychoanalysis and Group Analysis (discussion), 1970, 3(2), 112

SPEIRS, Ronald, see LINTOTT, Bill

SPRAGUE, Ken. The Unmaking of Guernica, 1986, 19(1), 71

SPRINGMANN, Rafael R. Fragmentation in Large Groups, 1976, 9(3), 185

STERN, Judith. Language and Authority in Psychotherapy; the Case of the Mother-Tongue in Israel, 1987, 20(3), 221 (discussion by Campos, 1988, 21(2), 194)

STERNBERG, Tamara. Defence Mechanisms and the Working Through of Resistances in Group Therapy, 1982, 15(3), 261

STEVENSON, F. Beaumont (see also GARLAND, Caroline; LEAR, Terence)
Inspiring Role of the Conductor: discussion on paper by Lear, 1985, 18(2), 155
Prophet in the Group: discussion on paper by Tantam, 1984, 17(3), 172
Sacrifice of Isaac: discussion on paper by Battegay, 1983, 16(3), 228
Spin of the Proton: comment on paper by Dick, 1981, 14(2), 135

STOCK WHITAKER, Dorothy. Inapplicability of Individual Therapy Concepts to Group Therapy, 1967, 1(1), 26
Research Issues in Group Psychotherapy, 1981, 14(1), 38 (comment by Kennard, 69; by Bloch, (2), 131; by Scheidlinger, (3), 225)

STOEFFLER, Victor R.: (see also SHULTZ, Paul P.) Countertransference as the only Clue: discussion on paper by Wallbridge, 1982, 1S(2), 184

STORCK, Lauren E. In-patient Group-Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Short-term Help, 1989, 22(3), 317

STRAND, Sue. Counteracting Isolation: Group Art Therapy for People with Learning Difficulties, 1990, 23(3), 255

STRANIČ, see CIVIDINI-STRANIČ

STRICH, Sabina. Music and the Pattern of Human Interaction, 1983, 16(1), 20
(discussion by Sharpe, 27; by Series, 16(3), 260: author's reply, 1984, 17(1), 72)

STRICH, Sabina and SHIELDS, Christopher. Experience with a Group of Latency Boys who Soil, 1981, 14(1), 81

STRIDE, Marie. Boundaries, 1978, 11(2), 141;
'GAS 'fishbowl' meeting: comment on report by Brown, 1979, 12(2), 106
Meaning of Boundaries in a Large Group; 1984, 17(1), 77
Narcissism: comment on Abse's Foulkes' Lecture, 1979, 12(3), 248
7th London Workshop, 1980,13(l), 65

SZECSODY, Imre. Authority and Leadership: Impressions from a Conference on Experience in Group Work, 1981, 14(1), 41 (comments by Bramley, 70; by de Maré; 71)

SZÖNYI, Gábor. Group Analysis in Hungary: Mirroring the Social and Political Background, 1990, 23(4), 419


T      

TANTAM, Digby. Prophet in the Group, 1984, 17(1), 44 (discussion by Wyse, 54; by Cohn, 56; author's reply, 168; discussion by Lear, 170; by Stevenson, 172; by Thompson, 173; by Sandison, 248)
Shame and Groups, 1990, 23(1), 31

TERRY, Dennis. Report on Parker, 'In a manner of speaking:..'; 1982, 1S(1), 65

TERRY, Paul and BRAMLEY, Wyn. Group Analysis -Treatment and Training as Education, 1979, 12(1), 67

THOMPSON, Joy. Health Care Meeting: discussion on paper by Smith et al, 1983, 16(1); 63
Pastor Pastorum II. The Personal Experience, 1988, 21(4), 359
Prophet in the Group: discussion of paper by Tantam, 1984,17(2), 173

THOMSON, Jean. Adolescents and their Families: Why see the Family? 1974; 7(l),41

THYGESEN, Bente, see AAGAARD, Soren

TILMANS, B. and VERHAEST, S. On-Going Training Group in a Psychotherapeutic Community, 1985, 18(1), 25

TISCHLER, S. In-patient Families in a Therapeutic Community, 1968,1(2), 69; 1970, 2(3), 117

TITZE, Michael. Body Lánguage in Group Analysis, 1976> 9(12), 107
A Holistic Concept of Group Psychotherapy, 1975, 8(3), 172

TOMAN, Walter. Family Constellation, 1969, 1(3), 161

TOSSELL, Richard. Humanism in Safety [School of Public Services, Central Missouri State University], 1979, 12(2), 149

TOUGH, Harry. A Cognitive-Augmented Approach to the Definition of Group Therapist Style, 1980, 13(2_), 118
The Psychiatrist cum Group Analyst: would there be a Primary and a Secondary Professional Identity?, 1980, 13(3), 212

TRAMPUZ, Dubravka. 'Selection Workshop' in Zagreb: a Personal Experience, 1989,22(l),105

TRAPPE, Mathilde. Berlin Training Course for Therapists, 1979, 12(3), 253
Pros and Cons of Combining Analytic Methods with Action, 1969, 1(3), 136 (comment by Foulkes, 1969, 2(1), 42; by Pfeiffer, 1969, 2(2), 66)
Tension in the Group, 1967, 1(1), 19 (discussion by Foulkes, 20)
Therapeutic Holiday Community, 1971, 4(2), 105

TRIST, Eric. Some Additional Reflections on Working with Bion in the 'Forties, 1987, 20(3), 263

TRUCKLE, Brian, see SCHARDT, Elizabeth

TSCHUSCHKE, Volker, see CATINA, Ana

TUTTMAN, Saul. The Anti-Group: comment on paper by Nitsun, 1991, 24(4), 483

U      

USANDIVARAS, Raúl J. Development of Group Psychotherapy in Argentina (comment on paper by Marrone). 1979, 12(3), 242
Erroneous Assumptions in Group Psychotherapy, 1979, 12(3), 196
Foulkes' Primordial Level in Clinical Practice, 1986, 19(2), 113 (discussion by Fiumara, 267)
Matrix, Mind and Matter: comment on paper by Powell, 1991, 24(4), 471
Nature of Group Cohesion: discussion on letter by Schossberger and its comment by Foulkes, 1968, 1(2), 85
Therapeutic Process as a Ritual, 1985, 18(1), 8 (discussion by Zinkin, 17)
Therapeutic Use of Regression in Group Analysis, 1989, 22(2), 171
Through 'Communitas' to Individuation, 1989, 22(2), 161


V      

van BLAADEREN-STOK, C.L. Developing of Feelings and Relations in Group Psychotherapy on Analytic Lines, 1969, 1(3), 183 (discussion by Foulkes, 187)
Social Threats, 1975, 8(1), 20
Training for Group Psychotherapy, 1972, S(2), 216

van der KLEIJ, Gregory. About the Matrix, 1982, 15(3), 219 (discussion by J. Roberts, 1983, 16(1), 83)
Content of 'Group Analysis' (letter), 1980, 13(2), 88; (reply by Behr, 88; comment by Zinkin, (3), 158; author's reply, 159)
Creative Self in Search of Meaning: comment on letter by Goldberg, 1980, 13(2),133
Family and Marital Course: report, 1975, 8(3), 113
'Fishbowl' GAS meeting: comment on report by Brown, 1979, 12(2), 102 (author's reply, 104)
GAS vs IGA (discussion), 1981, 14(1), 16
Group and its Matrix, 1985, 18(2), 102 (discussion by Lintott, 120)
Sacrifice of Isaac: discussion on paper by Battegay, 1983, 16(3), 227
Setting of the Group, 1983, 17(1), 75
Staff Responses to Patients with a Primary Disturbance of the Self: comment on paper by Caparotta and Marrone, 1981, 14(1), 72

van ECK, Lout. Transference to the Hospital, 1979,. 12(1), 17
VASSILIOU, George. Certain Basic Aspects of Transactional Group Image Therapy, 1968, 1(2), 65
Towards a Unifying Approach to Group Techniques, 1976, 9(2), 104
Tribute to Foulkes, 1976, 9(3), 174

VERHAEST, S., see TILMANS, B.

VIVIANO, M. Methodology of Group Psychotherapy in Schizophrenia, 1969, 1(3), 133

VOLKAN, Vamik D. The Birds of Cyprus, 1973, 6(1), 44


W      

WALLBRIDGE, D. C. Countertransference as the Only Clue, 1981,14(3), 192 (discussion by Sharpe, 229; by Beukenkamp, 230; by Miller de Paiva, 231; by Bar-Levav, 1982, 15(Z), 179; by Shultz, 1982, 15(2), 182; by Stoeffler, 15(2), 184; by Mittwoch, 1982, 15(3), 307)

WALLER, Diane E. Group Analysis and the Arts Therapies, 1990, 23(3,4), 211, 377

WALROND-SKINNER, Sue and JOHNSON, Di. Family Therapy in Italy, 1975, 8(3),152

WALTON, Henry. The Active Ingredients of Group Psychotherapy, 1974, 7(3), 175

WARDI, Dina. The Termination Phase in the Group Process, 1989, 22(1), 87

WARNER, James. Scapegoat in the Family, 1973, 6(2), 85

WEAR, L.E. Problems in Patient Communication in General Practice, 1970, 3(1), 35 (comment by Ellison, 3(3), 138)

WELLDON, Estela V. Eroticisation of the Group Process used by Patients suffering from Sexual Deviations as a Resistance against the Therapeutic Alliance, 1982, 15(1), 22 (discussion by Cox, 56; by Andry, 57)
Selection Criteria for Outpatient Group Psychotherapy with Social and Sexual Deviants (GAS Meeting), 1982,15(l), 68

WESTON SMITH, J., HARRISON, Pamela S. and MOTTRAM, Mary. Group Psychotherapy in General Practice - an Experiment, 1979, 12(2), 154 (comment by D. Wood, 1980, 13(1), 52; by Lask, 53)

WHAN, Mike, see SHARPE, Meg

WHITAKER, see STOCK WHITAKER

WHITELEY, J. Stuart. Analytic Groups in Therapeutic Communities: discussion on paper by Blake, 1982, 15(1), 48
Applications of Group Analysis (introduction to special section), 1991, 24(3), 227
Dilemmas of Leadership in the Therapeutic Community and the Large Group, 1977, 10(3), 243; 1978, 11(1), 40 (comment by Dick, (3), 193)
Henderson Hospital: proposed closure (letter), 1979, 12(3), 188; 1980, 13(1), 10
International Congress, Copenhagen; 1981, 14(1), 79;
Learning from Experience in Therapeutic Community Living - a Residential Weekend: comment on paper by Kennard and Roberts, 1978, 11(3), 224
Milieu Therapy: discussion on paper by Lansen, 1982, 15(2), 191
Model for Institutional Development towards Therapeutic Community: comment on paper by Ahlin, 1481, 14 (1), 73
Professor Morris Carstairs: Obituary, 1991, 24(4), 487
Schizophrenic Patient in Large Group Treatment Setting: comment on paper by Forizs, 1975, 8(2), 105
Therapeutic Community in á Day Hospital: discussion of paper by Gregory, 1969, 1(3), 147 (author's reply, 1969,2(2), 78)
Therapeutic Community is Terminated: comment on paper by Lemlij et al, 1981, 14(3), 23S
Therapeutic Community Training - One-Year Follow-Up: comment on paper by Kennard and Roberts, 1980, 13(1), 56 (author's reply, 90)

WIKSE, John R. Thoughts and Emotions as 'Between and Within': comment on paper by Pines, 1991, 24(4), 484

WILFORD, Maurice. Levels of Leadership, 1977, 10(1), 46

WILKINSON, Agnes. Attachment to a Small Group in a Large Conference (GAS meeting), 1982, 15(1), 66
Fashion, Addiction and Progress in Group Analysis, 1982, 15(3), 291
GAS vs IGA (discussion), 1981, 14(2), 143
Large Group: report, 1976, 9(1,2,3), 22, 88, 195
Weekend Group Workshop report, 1978, 11(2), 162

WILLIS, Sally. Group-Analytic Drama: a Therapy for Disturbed Adolescents, 1988, 21(2), 153; discussion by Powell, 166

WILSON, Bryan. A Tribute to Eiias, 1978, 11(1), 4

WILSON, Gerda. Group-Work with Stammerers, 1980, 13(2), 141

WILSON, Stephen. 'Experiences in Groups': Bion's Debt to Freud, 1983,16(2), 152 (discussion by D. Brown, 158; by Marshall, 159)

WINTER, David (see also CATINA, Ana; GARLAND, Caroline; KENNARD, David) Group Therapy as a Means of Facilitating Reconstruing in Depressives, 1989, 22(1), 39
Group Therapy with Affective Disorders (editorial), 1989, 22(1), 5

WINTHER, Gerda and SORENSON, Thorkil. Group Therapy with Manic-Depressives: Dynamic and Therapeutic Aspects, 1989, 22(1), 19

WOLFF, Heinz. Mind-Body Interaction and the Psychotherapeutic Process (7th Foulkes Lecture), 1983, 16(2), 95

WOOD, David. Groups in General Practice: comment on paper by Weston Smith et al, 1980, 13(i), 52
Health Care Meeting: discussion on paper by Smith et al, 1983, 16(1), 65
Self in the Group: discussion on paper by Hutten, 1984, 17(2), 134
Using the Countertransference (letter), 1983, 16(2), 176

WOOD, Jean. Towards a Good Death, 1977, 10(1), SS (comment by Saunders, (2),112)

WOOLMER, Tim. Dynamics of Understanding Culture: discussion on paper by Bosse, 1985, 18(3), 212 and 1986, 19(3), 119
Psychoanalysis, Language and Groups, 1980, 13(3), 191 (comments by D. Brown, 209; by Home, 209; by Hearst, 210)

WOOSTER, Gerald. Resistance in Groups as Developmental Difficulty in Triangulation, 1983, 16(1), 30 (discussion by Zinkin, 40; author's reply, 16(3),261)
Self Psychology and the Group Process: discussion on paper by Paparo, 1984, 17(2), 120

WRIGHT, Harry. Is Bion Beyond Me? or How can I Understand if I do not Dream? 1987, 20(3), 271
One morning in a Psychiatric Admission Unit, 1985, 18(1), 57

WYSE, Hymie. Prophet in the Group: discussion on paper by Tantam, 1984, 17(1), 54
Spin of the Proton: comment on paper by Dick, 1981, 14(2), 137
Towards a Theology of Shame in Group Analysis, 1987, 20(2), 126
What does Group Analysis mean to me? 1980, 13(1), 18


Y      

YASSKY, Alfred D. Active Utilisation of the Group Therapist's Countertransference, 1979, 12(3), 229
Between Worlds -International Group Psychotherapy Congress, 1978, 12(2), 155
Comments on papers by Bloomfield and Grotjahn, 1976, 9(1), 9
Comments on Vol. 10, 1978, 11(2), 99 (reply by de Maré, 102)
Comments on papers by Page and de Maré, 1979, 12(2), 147
Comments on papers by Rossel, Boswood, Borghi and Campos, 1980, 13(1), 51
Creative Self in Search of Meaning: comment on letter by Goldberg, 1980, 13(2),133
Encounter Groups: comments on paper by Rosenbaum and reply by Balogh, 1973, 6(3), 139 (further comment, 1974, 7(3), 148) _
Future of Individual Psychotherapy: comment on paper by Grotjahn, 1974, 7(2), 80 (author's reply, (3), 144)
GAS vs IGA (discussion), 1981, 14(3), 242
Group Therapy: Topics Ignored and Explored - To-ing and Fro-ing at the Water Hole, 1976, 9(1), 17
International Group Psychotherapy Congresses, 1982, 15(1),61
Reflections on English Theorists and Therapists, 1974, 7(3), 123
Suicides in Groups of Depressives (letter), 1973, 6(1), 5;
Tribute to Foulkes, 1976, 9(3), 176
Using the Group Therapist's Body-Ego, 1973, 6(1), 32


Z      

ZAGIER ROBERTS, Vega, see MILLAR, David

ZANASI, Marco, see CAPPIELLO, A.; CIANI, N.; FIUMARA, Romano;RICCIARDI-von PLATEN, Alice

ZENDER, James F. Projective Identification in Group Psychotherapy, 1991, 24(2), 117 (discussion by Gordon, 117)

ZINKIN, Louis. Defence Alliances: discussion on paper by Bosse, 1982, 15(1), 59
Gnostic View of the Therapy Group, 1989, 22(2), 201
Group as Container and Contained, 1989, 22(2), 227
Malignant Mirroring, 1983, 16(2), 113 (discussion by Garland, 126; by Pines, 129; author's reply, 16(3), 261; discussion by Hamory, 263)
Matrix, Mind and Matter: discussion on paper by Powell, 1991, 24(3), 318
Mirrors (letter in reply to van der Kleij), 1980, 13(2), 158 (author's reply, 159)
Mirrors and Mirroring in the Group Analytic Process, 1981, 14(2), 164
Reflections on Mirroring: discussion on paper by Pines, 1982, 15, suppt., 29
Resistance in Groups: discussion on paper by Wooster, 1983, 16(I), 40
Therapeutic Process as a Ritual: discussion on paper by Usandivaras, 1985, 18(l),17
Three Models are Better than One, 1984, 17(1), 17 (discussion by Marrone, 28)
Unstructured Large Group Learning of Boundary Phenomena: comment on paper by Lear, 1980, 13(3), 207

ZINOVIEFF, Nicholas. Large Group - Reflections (poem), 1977, 10(2), 120




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