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One is born in a group... (but) one becomes a group analyst
Journal Title: GRUPPI 
Author/s: Cristina Marogna, Floriana Caccamo, Massimo De Mari, Grottaglie Alessia Delle, Vito Sava 
Year:  2014 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  12 Pg. 89-100 FullText PDF:  79 KB
DOI:  10.3280/GRU2014-003008
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The article aims to provide the reader with an overview of the training experience as it is lived within the COIRAG School of Specialization in Psychotherapy in Padua. This was followed by the points of view of students, supervisors and teachers with the aim of describing their summit observation of psychotherapy training. It is known that the theoretical teaching taking place within psychotherapy training can be described as working on the borderline between knowledge and procedure, or between what should be done and what then actually happens in clinical experience. In a context of social and political changes, a Specialization school study plan should take into account the changes taking place, and it is precisely within this process of change that the sense of being together as a group arises, teachers and students in COIRAG, at the COIRAG headquarters in Padua, in the school’s new education system.
Keywords: Group, training, supervision, changes, psychotherapy, theory-procedure.

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Cristina Marogna, Floriana Caccamo, Massimo De Mari, Grottaglie Alessia Delle, Vito Sava, One is born in a group... (but) one becomes a group analyst in "GRUPPI" 3/2014, pp. 89-100, DOI:10.3280/GRU2014-003008

   

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