The use of groups in a city psychiatric hospital


Few would disagree that therapy of 80 minimally verbal and otherwise impoverished ward patients, on a shortterm basis, is “a formidable challenge.” The authors describe the introduction of extensive group processes which enabled the same staff to provide therapy which goes far beyond the custodial, diagnostic, and pharmacological functions of a unit which… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01562898


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@article{Wing1973TheUO, title={The use of groups in a city psychiatric hospital}, author={Dr. George Wing and Mr. Kenneth Pollack C.S.W.}, journal={Psychiatric Quarterly}, year={1973}, volume={47}, pages={71-81} }