By Yvonne M Agazarian, Susan Gantt
(Jessica Kingsley) neighbors sanatorium, Philadelphia, PA. Account of the author's expert lifestyles documenting significant advancements in crew research and exhibiting how a conception is formulated from highbrow and private contexts and the way a theory-based perform is generated. Softcover.
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1 Art Blumberg and Dave Jenkins were my major mentors in my group dynamics program. My work with Dave is described in Chapter 4. 43 44 AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A THEORY T-groups My first T-group experience was utterly bewildering to me. Not unusual for analysts in training, I gathered my data about the group by diagnosing the pathology of its individual members. These were early days when diagnosis was a relatively simple method of choosing between hysteric, obsessive, psychotic and borderline. ) I had no trouble dividing the group members between hysterics and obsessives, and even (as I got increasingly frustrated with her) discovered a Bettelheim schizogenic personality in the group.
The last focus in my 1966 paper was on establishing the norm of emphasizing observable data rather than the speculation and intellectualizing that ‘why’ often induces: In other words, one of the norms that I would like to see develop in the groups is the ‘what’ rather than the ‘why’ – what is happening now, how and what do we do to change group experiences in ways that make sense to us. Observation of the behaviors and behavioral consequences, feedback techniques, techniques for validation, techniques for decisions by consensus, and techniques for group autonomy, all of these are aspects of here and now analysis and operationality and away from the intellectual ‘why’ of the problem.
With many of the adolescents we walked and talked. With a particular patient, whom we shall call Sarah, I specifically used the idea of discrimination and integration that I had applied in understanding Sechehaye. The excerpts below are from a case presentation on Sarah that I gave for grand rounds. Sarah had been seeing Cass, our social worker, and had not been doing well, becoming very tearful, frightened and insisting on being hospitalized. ), it was agreed that Cass and I would give her daily supportive therapy.
Autobiography of a Theory: developing the theory of living human systems and its systems-centered practice by Yvonne M Agazarian, Susan Gantt