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The purpose of this section is to discuss the assumptions and techniques we use in conducting group therapy. To begin with, let's look at some of the similarities within our group. In addition to an eating disorder, each member of the group has two things in common. First, before you came to the point of seeking outside help, you probably tried a do-it-yourself program in an effort to change. The second similarity is that it wasn't working. The basic assumption of group therapy is that a major reason for this failure is that our most determined efforts cannot change what we cannot see, and that there is a great deal that we are not seeing clearly.

The purpose of this section is to discuss the assumptions and techniques we use in conducting group therapy. To begin with, let's look at some of the similarities within our group. In addition to an eating disorder, each member of the group has two things in common. First, before you came to the point of seeking outside help, you probably tried a do-it-yourself program in an effort to change. The second similarity is that it wasn't working. The basic assumption of group therapy is that a major reason for this failure is that our most determined efforts cannot change what we cannot see, and that there is a great deal that we are not seeing clearly.

  • Discover that ourselves and others are feeling persons; and
  • To identify the defenses that prevents this discovery.

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