Jeffrey L. Kleinberg

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This article focuses on the role of the supervisory relationship in the training of psychodynamic group therapists. The supervisor's teaching responsibilities include identifying what the novice leader needs to learn about running a group, and designing and implementing supervisory strategies in a safe, collaborative, and creative setting. Of particular(More)
This paper explores the effects of the psychoanalytic candidate's role, supervision, training analysis, office setting, and emerging professional identity on his clinical work. The strains associated with institute candidacy and how these may be perceived by patients are explored. The author suggests that further study of the process of becoming an analyst(More)
Adults in midlife can be significantly helped through group treatment that is sensitive to the developmental issues of the age period. The author suggests that the developmental crisis of midlife--Generativity versus Stagnation--can, through unconscious processes, become a group crisis as well. A group state of stagnation, enveloping the members as well as(More)
Corruptogenic organizational dynamics have been largely ignored in reporting about recent corporate scandals. Using a large group framework, the author identifies factors within an organization that create a breeding ground for unethical or illegal behavior and attract individuals unconsciously looking for ways to damage themselves or others. An(More)
Twenty mentally retarded clients were moved from a large developmental center to three small community residences. Their functional abilities were measured at 0, 4, 8, and 12 months. Consistent improvement was found for language development, domestic activity, responsibility, and social interaction. Findings from this and other "deinstitutionalization"(More)
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