Table of contents for The theory and practice of group psychotherapy / Irvin D. Yalom with Molyn Leszcz.

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Contents
Preface to the Fifth Edition00
Acknowledgments00
1The Therapeutic Factors00
Instillation of Hope
Universality
Imparting Information
Direct Advice
Altruism
The Corrective Recapitulation of the Primary Family Group
Development of Socializing Techniques
Imitative Behavior
2Interpersonal Learning00
3Group Cohesiveness00
4The Therapeutic Factors: An Integration00
5The Therapist: Basic Tasks00
6The Therapist: Working in the Here-and-Now00
7The Therapist: Transference and 
Transparency00
8The Selection of Clients00
9The Composition of Therapy Groups00
10Creation of the Group: Place, Time, Size, 
Preparation00
11In the Beginning00
12The Advanced Group00
13Problem Group Members00
14The Therapist: Specialized Formats and Procedural 
Aids00
15Specialized Therapy Groups00
16GROUP THERAPY: Ancestors and Cousins00
17Training the Group Therapist00
Appendix 1 Information and Guidelines for Participation in 
Group Therapy00
Notes00
Index00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Group psychotherapy.