Post-graduate training objectives



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DOMAINS FOR EVALUATION:
Working Knowledge Level:
Is the resident able to:
1. Recommend group therapy appropriately and successfully

2. Evaluate and prepare patients for group therapy

3. Deal effectively with transference and countertransference

4. Demonstrate appropriate therapist confidence and preparedness to conduct group psychotherapy

5. To practice group therapy ethically
PROFICIENCY LEVEL:
In addition to the Working Knowledge domains for evaluation, is the resident able to:
1. Work in the here-and-now and make appropriate links to the patient’s past and clinical formulation and schemas

2. Identify and address group dynamics and group phenomenon manifested in the group’

3. Plan and initiate the formation of a psychotherapy group

4. Intervene differentially at different group developmental stages

5. Deal with premature termination

6. Evaluate the process and outcome of treatment, including quantitative measurements

7. Prepare group members effectively for termination

8. Appraise group therapy literature critically

9. Work effectively in co-therapy

10. Lead groups with appropriate confidence


REFERENCES
1. Alonso A: Training for group psychotherapy, in Group Therapy in Clinical Practice. Edited by Alonso A and Swiller H. American Psychiatric Press, Inc., Washington, DC, 1993

2. American Group Psychotherapy Association: The Official AGPA Training Program. New York, New York, 1986

3. Canadian Group Psychotherapy Association: Toronto Section Training Program Handbook, 1989

4. Group Psychotherapy Training Program, Institute of Psychotherapy. Calgary District Hospital Group, Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary, Alberta, 1991-1993

5. National Standards for Group Psychotherapy Training in Canada. Approved by the Board of C.G.P.A. at the 7th Annual Conference, October 1986

6. Salvendy J, Robson B, Babiak T: Group psychotherapy in psychiatric residency training. Academic Psychiatry 14(1), 1990

7. Specialized Psychotherapy Supervision, Supplemental Evaluation Form F: Group Psychotherapy. Teaching Assessment Services (TAS) Evaluation Form. Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, March 1992

8. The Learning of Communication Skills and Psychotherapy. The Division of Psychological Medicine of the Department of Mental Health Sciences

9. St. Georges Hospital: Medical School Tooting, London, 1990




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