TU22: Love Letter To Group Psychotherapy

by | Feb 20, 2017 | Episodes, Personal Growth, Therapy

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Love Letter to Group Psychotherapy

Co-hosts Sue Marriott and Patty Olwell interview colleagues at the American Group Psychotherapy 2016 Association Annual Meeting in New York. They talk about why they love group therapy and why it is so valuable to their clients. We want to thank our interviewees for their help and insights.

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