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08-05-2014 at 12:35
author:
Robi Friedman
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Is there Transference in Groups and if yes: who are the transference objects?
Definition:

Humans transfer their past experiences with parents and other ‘whole objects’ from early life and perhaps as late as adolescence to the here and now of the group. This transfer includes emotions, patterns of relationship that are only partly conscious.

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14-04-2014 at 13:35
author:
Rachel A. Chejanovsky
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Introduction
There is a lengthy tradition of inquiry into the understanding of mind in philosophy, religion, psychology and cognitive science.
In this paper the concept of mind will be presented from the point of view of Group Analysis.
S. H. Foulkes (1973, 2003) tried to give a definition of mind in the spirit of his theory and practice in Group Analysis. He claimed that mind is a shared property of human beings. In his view, innate potential is put into operation by experiences in relation to things and people and becomes structured by such experiences. So,” all which is mental is a matter of more than one individual person and brain from the beginning” (Foulkes, 2003:320).
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06-04-2014 at 19:39
author:
Torben Voigt
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What are the origins of the concept; the social unconscious?
How, and in what manner are the concept related to the practice in our work as group analysts?
As a group analyst - both "on the way to become one - or recent graduates," as the more experienced, we sometimes wonder what really are at stake in our groups.
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19-03-2014 at 12:19
author:
Lars Bo Jørgensen
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Mirroring - mirror reactions - is like a conceptual dynamic matrix. Mirror reactions can be regarded as a web of interconnected processes which take place in dyadic, triadic and on group-as-a whole levels as well as on an individual level in the sense that you can reflect about yourself in the “here and now”, the past history etc.

Date:
08-12-2013 at 12:54
author:
Søren Aagaard
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Background – Or how it all started.

As a theory-teacher at IGA, Copenhagen delineation and definition of group analytic and adjacent concepts is very often at stake.

As a tutor and supervisor uncertainties and discussions about basic concepts very often come to the fore – sometimes confusing and frustrating, at other times informative and productive,

As an editor of Matrix, Nordic Journal of Psychotherapy, I have time and time again been in need of a well-informed group analytic lexicon,

As an author of articles on group analytic topics, most often clinical-conceptual, problems of clear and informative descriptions and delimitations of terms appear,

As a theoretically orientated clinician of group analysis and psychoanalysis in 2001-2002, in a Danish Psychodynamic Dictionary (edt. Andkjær Olsen), I wrote about a number of group analytic terms and most of the technical concepts of psychoanalysis

Date:
08-12-2013 at 12:39
author:
Søren Aagaard
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Background – from the starting point to a preliminary list of terms
Reference to:
My initial - and ongoing reflections on a Group Analytic Dictionary by Søren Aagaard

 

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