In this section, we firstly define Group Analysis. We also feature group psychotherapy articles published directly on our site. The links section points to other articles published elsewhere on the Internet. If you have written material which might interest other group psychotherapists and would like it to be considered for possible publication on this site, please send details to the Group Analysis North (GAN) administrator.

What Is Group Analysis?

Group Analysis is a method of group psychotherapy originated by S.H. Foulkes in the 1940s’. It combines psychoanalytic insights with an understanding of social and interpersonal functioning. There is an interest, in group psychotherapy, on the relationship between the individual group member and the rest of the group resulting in a strengthening of both, and a better integration of the individual with his or her community, family and social network… full definition

Complete Articles Published on this Site

Sheila Ernst 25.07.1941 to 06.02.2015 here
Bacha, Claire. If Groups Are So Easy, Why Train So Much? here
Froggett, Antony. Quakerism and Group Analysis. here
Froggett, Antony. What is a Group? here
O’Connor, Hester. For Cynthia. here