Different Changes Occurred After Therapy Group

Samir R., Abd Elhamid M., Kamal A., Hassan M., Taha M.

Abstract


The power of group psychotherapy to induce change in the clients is an area of conflict between psychotherapists and the investigators. In addition the different aspects of change need more exploration.  Fifty clients from both Minia Adult Male and Adult Female Groups participated in this study. They filled a questionnaire which was designed by the research team. All clients approved the occurrence of change with attending the therapy group with the psychological aspect the most changed one.

Keywords


Psychotherapy, change, relational aspect, physical aspect

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