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Psychodynamic group therapies

Both Jung and Adler (particularly the latter) accepted the importance of working with patients in groups. Suitable patients are those who are able and motivated to work within the group process. This means that they must have a certain amount of ego strength in order to cope with the interaction and the emotion generated. Free association in this context is replaced by free-floating discussion (i.e. discussion without censorship). Early relationships may be revealed by relationships with other group members as well as with the therapist, adding to the value of transference processes.

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