Group Schema: Towards a Psychodynamic-Behavioral Integration
Harry Stack Sullivan’s interpersonal conception points, I believe, to a new paradigm in psychotherapy, if further developed with the help of recent advances in the theory of social groups and in philosophy of science. According to T. Kuhn, “the transfer of allegiance from paradigm to paradigm is a conversion experience that cannot be forced... ”. Therefore, I do not expect to convince anybody in 15 minutes. Those who are interested can find more information in Knobloch and Knobloch (1979a,1983; 1979b).
KeywordsIntimate Partner Group Schema Interpersonal Problem Therapeutic Community Role Schema
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