Teaching beginning group therapists to incorporate a patient's empathic capacity in treatment planning
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The author suggests that a focus on a patient's empathic capacity helps the supervision and teaching of beginning group therapists. The paper describes a promising working model to present in class or in supervision for assessing the level of empathic ability manifested by a prospective or current group member. In addition, ways of using this data for treatment planning are described and illustrated by a case example.
KeywordsTreatment Planning Cross Cultural Psychology Group Therapist Current Group Empathic Ability
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