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Brabender, V. M., & Fallon, A. (2009, January). Ethical hot spots of combined individual and group therapy: Applying four ethical systems. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 59(1), 127–147.
Burnes, T. R., & Ross, K. L. (2010, June). Applying social justice to oppression and marginalization in group process: Interventions and strategies for group counselors. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 35(2), 169–176.
Granholm, E., Auslander, L. A., Gottlieb, J. D., McQuaid, J. R., & McClure, F. S. (2006, Spring). Therapeutic factors contributing to change in cognitive-behavioral group therapy for older persons with schizophrenia. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 36(1), 31–41.
Kivlighan, Jr., D. M., Jauquet, C. A., Hardie, A. W., Francis, A. M., & Hershberger, B. (1993, April). Training group members to set agendas: Effects on in-session behavior and member outcome. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 40(2), 182–187.
Lindgren, A., Barber, J. P., & Sandahl, C. (2008, April). Alliance to the group-as-a-whole as a predictor of outcome in psychodynamic group therapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 58(2), 163–184.
Marbley, A. F. (2004, September). His eye is on the sparrow: A counselor of color’s perception of facilitating groups with predominantly white members. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 29(3), 247–258.
Piper, W. E., Ogrodniczuk, J. S., Joyce, A. S., & Weiderman, R. (2011a). Time-limited short-term interpretive group therapy. In Short-term group therapies for complicated grief: Two research-based models (pp. 203–219). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Piper, W. E., Ogrodniczuk, J. S., Joyce, A. S., & Weiderman, R. (2011b). Time-limited short-term supportive group therapy. In Short-term group therapies for complicated grief: Two research-based models (pp. 221–232). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Wolfert, R., & Cook, C. A. (1999). Gestalt therapy in action. In D. J. Wiener (Ed.), Beyond talk therapy: Using movement and expressive techniques in clinical practice (pp. 3–27). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
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