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I link the experience of disability to some psychoanalytic theories of early development and recent studies into the effect of early attachment experiences on the development of the brain. I will show that the group regresses to the earliest stages of development in order to work with body-mind...
In 1939 a German—Jewish psychoanalyst who had left Germany in 1933 and who had, in 1938 moved to Exeter, a small city in the south west of England, began to practise group analysis. Soon caught up in military psychiatry, where he had ample opportunity to put his ideas and experience into...
Groups have been shown to be effective therapeutic tools in the hands of skilled group conductors. Clients often observe that they feel better somehow, but that they do not know how this has happened. The author proposes that group analytic groups heal because they evoke the `Human Group', the...
The psychic life of organizations is often fraught with distress and unhappiness. Often, the primary task of the organization is hijacked by deeper, primitive, unconscious forces, to divert the work towards more destructive functioning. This article describes three main dynamics in the...
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