A Suicide in Group: A Case of Functional Realignment
This article explores the consequences of a therapy group member's suicide on a group's interaction and coping style. The exploration takes an ethnographic approach, which emphasizes a deep description of the circumstances surrounding the group member's death, the meaning of that action for the members, including the therapists, and the group coming to terms with the crisis.
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy
(1994). A Suicide in Group: A Case of Functional Realignment. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 44(2), 153-168.
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