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The Edge of Chaos: Enactment, Disruption, and Emergence in Group Psychotherapy
The author outlines his approach to the theory and practice of group psychotherapy. The emphasis is on therapy by the group rather than therapy in the group. The therapist's task is to help the groupExpand
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The Unobtrusive Relational Analyst
I describe an unobtrusive relational approach to the psychoanalytic treatment of nonalive and nonspeakable states and ways of being. I build upon a contemporary relational sensibility that values theExpand
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The Flow of Enactive Engagement
Abstract In this article, I offer a concept of therapeutic action that I call “the flow of enactive engagement.” I advance the idea that this flow of enactive engagement is the fulcrum of aExpand
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The Rhythm of the Group: Reply to Commentaries
In this response I integrate the concept of thirdness into my description of group analysis and advance the concept of being-with-the-group that involves the analyst coconstructing and responding toExpand
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The Unobtrusive Relational Group Analyst and the Work of the Narrative
ABSTRACT I outline the concept of the unobtrusive relational group analyst and the related concepts of the flow of enactive engagement, psychoanalytic companioning, and the work of the narrative inExpand
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Narrating the Unsayable: Enactment, Repair, and Creative Multiplicity in Group Psychotherapy
ABSTRACT This article introduces an approach to group analysis that places dissociation of traumatic experience at the center of group interaction. Healing in group is regarded as hinging on theExpand
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‘A Way Out’ and A Way In: Reply to Commentary
I express my appreciation for Michal Rieck's thoughtful and fully felt reading of my paper. I underline her points that the regression that an unobtrusive yet fully engaged analyst can allow, is notExpand
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The one and the many : relational approaches to group psychotherapy
Grossmark, Wright, Introduction. Wright, Personal Reflections on Hugh Mullan: Existential Group Therapist. Wright, Being Seen, Moved, Disrupted and Reconfigured: Group Leadership from a RelationalExpand
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