Interpersonal Conflict Management in Group Psychotherapy: An Integrative Perspective

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  title={Interpersonal Conflict Management in Group Psychotherapy: An Integrative Perspective},
  author={Peter Felix Kellermann},
  year={1996}
}
The author presents an integrative approach to understanding and managing interpersonal conflicts that can be applied both to intragroup conflicts in psychotherapy groups and to the marital and organizational environment within either a psychoanalytical or an action-orientated framework. Four levels of intervention approaches are reviewed, including their underlying theoretical assumptions. At the first `emotional' level of conflict-management, group leaders focus on the expression of pent-up… CONTINUE READING

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