The use of group psychotherapy in the professional training of ministers
Boyd, Richard White
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Background and problem of the study. Group psychotherapy, first used as a treatment for the mentally-ill, has recently proved its value in the training of professional groups, notably clinical psychologists, nurses, and psychiatric social workers. The first attempt to use this technique to train theological students and ministers, so far as we know, is t he course, "Group Therapy," which is offered at the Boston Psychopathic Hospital. This six-weeks course offers 27 hours of group psychotherapy, supplemented by 27 eight-hour days in which the students are volunteers in the hospital [TRUNCATED]
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Boston University
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