By Yvonne M Agazarian, Susan Gantt
(Jessica Kingsley) buddies sanatorium, Philadelphia, PA. Account of the author's expert existence documenting significant advancements in crew research and exhibiting how a idea is formulated from highbrow and private contexts and the way a theory-based perform is generated. Softcover.
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And it hurt, it literally hurt my head physically. Later I was to learn about Festinger’s (1957) theory of cognitive dissonance which helped me understand the experience. It also helped me later to endure the same experience when I was developing my own theory: holding it together, discovering something that did not make sense and experiencing a similar pain as it all fell apart. The T-group was a significant experience for me. I can remember one session when, in absolute despair, I threatened the group with a communication exercise because nothing was making sense.
She was afraid of the bathroom and would not urinate, retaining her urine until physical pain forced her to it. The woman was not only in a state of terror at the alien thoughts that she felt invaded by and driven by, but could make no distinction between thinking and doing … To protect the food in the refrigerator, she kept a chair against it, so that she wouldn’t do her ‘dirty work’. At night she tied herself in bed, so that she wouldn’t get up and ‘do her funny business in her sleep’. 4) During the first few days of intensive therapy, she was able to give little more than monosyllabic replies, cried a good deal and avoided eye contact, except for those occasional quick, sharp glances.
I knew that Art couldn’t possibly scapegoat members because he had been my trainer! And I knew Art had been Anita’s trainer the year before in her T-group course. Instantly, the psychoanalyst in me leaped into the conversation. I immediately responded (and I’m afraid interpreted) that she was in negative transference, left over from unresolved feelings from her previous group which would make it almost impossible to collect data objectively. What’s more, she was observing a group that was grappling with their relationship to authority, which easily arouses strong feelings in both group members and the observers.
Autobiography of a Theory: developing the theory of living human systems and its systems-centered practice by Yvonne M Agazarian, Susan Gantt