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(p. 365) Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Group (IPT-G) 

(p. 365) Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Group (IPT-G)
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(p. 365) Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Group (IPT-G)
Author(s):

R. Robinson Welch

, Monica S Mills

, and Denise E Wilfley

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199746903.003.0020
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date: 20 January 2021

Chapter 20 discusses adapting IPT to the group format (IPT-G), which has been applied more broadly and is currently used to treat a range of patient populations and disorders. It shows comparision between IPT-G and other group therapy models, as well as techniques, timelines, phases, and structures, and the roles and phases within IPT-G.

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