Informed consent in the practice of group psychotherapy.

  • April E Fallon
  • Published 2006 in International journal of group psychotherapy


Endorsed as part of ethical practice in group psychotherapy by professional organizations, informed consent is a process of communicating essential information about group treatment to patients so that they can make rational decisions about treatment-whether to enter and how to participate. Its benefits as well as necessary precautions are discussed. The… (More)


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@article{Fallon2006InformedCI, title={Informed consent in the practice of group psychotherapy.}, author={April E Fallon}, journal={International journal of group psychotherapy}, year={2006}, volume={56 4}, pages={431-53} }