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Long-Term Intensive Group Psychotherapy with Psychiatric Residents as Part of Residency Training
BENJAMIN J. SADOCK; HAROLD I. KAPLAN
Am J Psychiatry 1970;126:1138-1143.
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Assistant professor of psychiatry and director, division of group process, New York Medical College —Metropolitan Hospital Center, New York, N.Y.

Professor of psychiatry and director, psychiatric education and residency training, New York Medical College —Metropolitan Hospital Center, New York, N.Y.

1970, American Psychiatric Association

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At New York Medical College—Metropolitan Hospital Center all psychiatric residents may participate in psychotherapy groups. The significant success of the program is related to "structured interaction," the therapist's creation of a structural matrix within which interaction occurs. The group experience enables the resident to become aware of his emotional problems and to correct them. In addition, it eases the transition between the first and second years of the residency—the period when recognition of the limitations in psychiatric knowledge often causes disillusionment and personal disequilibrium.

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