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From analytic Large Group to Large Group in three sessions. The experience of Perugia
Journal Title: GRUPPI 
Author/s: Gemma Bolognini, Francesca Vitale, Antonella Buffo, Elisabetta Forghieri, Bruno Chipi 
Year:  2016 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  13 Pg. 86-98 FullText PDF:  170 KB
DOI:  10.3280/GRU2016-002008
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In this paper authors report the synthesis of a report presented at a seminar organized by Il Cerchio (Italian Association of Group Analysis), COIRAG’s member, on Analytic Large Group (GAA) and its possible evolutions. By the integration between theoretical ideas, opinions and lived experience of the participants in the three GAA held in the city of Perugia, it was born the idea to test a new device called, provisionally, "Large Group in three sessions". Authors also report short suggestions of images and dynamics by the observation of two Large Groups in three sessions. This device, still in the process of study and experimentation, can find applications in psychosocial and training fields. Authors are engaged in the research and structuring of assessment tools.
Keywords: Analytic Large Group, Large Group, Psychosocial intervention, Group Analysis, Training, Social.

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Gemma Bolognini, Francesca Vitale, Antonella Buffo, Elisabetta Forghieri, Bruno Chipi, From analytic Large Group to Large Group in three sessions. The experience of Perugia in "GRUPPI" 2/2016, pp. 86-98, DOI:10.3280/GRU2016-002008

   

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