Advantages and Disadvantages of Co-Therapy

@article{CividiniStrani1984AdvantagesAD,
  title={Advantages and Disadvantages of Co-Therapy},
  author={Eugenija Cividini-Strani and E. Klain},
  journal={Group Analysis},
  year={1984},
  volume={17},
  pages={156 - 159}
}
EVER since co-therapy was introduced, the advantages and disadvantages of this method have been debated. Napolitani (1979, 1980) sums up the situation as follows: As far as group therapy conduct is concerned, co-therapy not only fails to offer significant advantages, but is in fact not quite free of a certain amount of risk (the frequency of interpersonal complications between therapists is well known). However, there are two situations in group therapy work in which co-therapy may be indicated… Expand
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