Individual psychotherapy as an adjunct to group psychotherapy.

Abstract

This paper describes a form of combined psychotherapy in which the individual sessions are used as an adjunct to group therapy. Each group member is seen regularly in individual sessions to focus primarily on the member's ongoing group work. The individual sessions are scheduled on a rotating basis. Typically, each group member is seen in an individual session once every four weeks. Additional individual sessions are available only when immediate attention is appropriate and necessary. The group is viewed as the primary therapeutic component. A cost-effective therapeutic approach that uses both individual and group methods, this modality lends itself well to a clinic and to a private practice setting.

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@article{Amaranto1990IndividualPA, title={Individual psychotherapy as an adjunct to group psychotherapy.}, author={Ernesto A Amaranto and S{\'o}ley S Bender}, journal={International journal of group psychotherapy}, year={1990}, volume={40 1}, pages={91-101} }