Group

@article{Kauff2022Group,
  title={Group},
  author={Priscilla F. Kauff},
  journal={International Journal of Group Psychotherapy},
  year={2022},
  volume={50},
  pages={407 - 409}
}
  • P. F. Kauff
  • Published 1 July 2000
  • Psychology
  • International Journal of Group Psychotherapy
Perhaps I am too concrete, too American in my way of thinking, but I need a level of accessibility that Claudio Neri 's book Group unfortunately lacks. I say unfortunately because I would have welcomed the opportunity to learn more from this author. In fact, I had the thought several times that talking to Neri directly would be interesting and productive, certainly easier than struggling with a text that was at times too abstract, obscure, and perhaps poorly translated. On the fortunate side, I… 

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