Beyond the interpersonal circumplex in group psychotherapy: the structure and relationship to outcome of the Individual Group Member Interpersonal Process Scale.

@article{Soldz1993BeyondTI,
  title={Beyond the interpersonal circumplex in group psychotherapy: the structure and relationship to outcome of the Individual Group Member Interpersonal Process Scale.},
  author={Stephen Soldz and Simon H. Budman and Michael Sean Davis and Austin Demby},
  journal={Journal of clinical psychology},
  year={1993},
  volume={49 4},
  pages={551-63}
}
Development of a new scale to measure patient behavior in group psychotherapy, the Individual Group Member Interpersonal Process Scale (IGIPS), is described. This scale captures clinically important aspects of how patients act in group, including how they respond to the other group members. The IGIPS was applied to videotapes of the first four sessions of seven 15-session outpatient therapy groups (52 patients) in the Mental Health Department of a health maintenance organization. The scale was… CONTINUE READING