Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
n. group psychotherapy, a form of therapy where patients are treated as a group, using group dynamics.
n. psychotherapy in which a small group of individuals meet with a therapist; interactions among the members are considered to be therapeutic [syn: group psychotherapy]
The sixth studio album by alternative rock band Concrete Blonde, after their break-up and reunion.
The album was originally released on January 15, 2002 by Manifesto Records.
Group Therapy is the third studio album by nu metal band Dope. The enhanced portion of the album contains a music video for each song. Group Therapy shows the band expanding on the more alternative metal style music the band had started on their previous album, Life, and most of the industrial style music has been toned down. The album contains some of the band's most heavy and aggressive songs while certain songs such as "Sing", "Another Day Goes By" and "Easier" show a softer, more melodic sound. In the second half of 2004 the album had already sold about 37,749 in United States.
Group Therapy may refer to:
- Group Therapy (group), a hip hop supergroup
- Group Therapy (Concrete Blonde album), 2002
- Group Therapy (Above & Beyond album), 2011
- Group Therapy (Dope album), 2003
- Group Therapy Radio, a radio show hosted by the trance music group Above & Beyond
- New York Jazz Sextet: Group Therapy, 1966
- Group psychotherapy, a form of psychotherapy
Group Therapy is the second studio album by British progressive trance group Above & Beyond. It was released on 6 June 2011 by Anjunabeats. The album features collaborations with Zoë Johnston and Richard Bedford. The album has 15 tracks.
Group Therapy is the second studio album by Alter Natives, released in June 1988 by SST Records.
Usage examples of "group therapy".
Remo looked at Lithia Forrester and then realized the secret of group therapy.
He claims he was holding the ground floor open until Koppel and the others decided about group therapy.
Such group therapy is a common psychiatric treatment and often helpful, but in this scene we'll see how the Nurse manipulates the meetings to maintain her control over the patients.
It was entitled 'Transactional Analysis: A New and Effective Method of Group Therapy'.
After a while her silence about her own experiences began to stand out, and she learned to spot the casual-looking roundup techniques for the only-apparently-impromptu group therapy, and make herself scarce.
Residential care, medical consultation, individual counseling, group therapy ".
Val Riordan had called her, insisting that she come to a group therapy session for widows, but Estelle had said no.