Date of Award
Master of Arts
Nancy C. Higgins
This project involved developing a group treatment program for adult female survivors of childhood incest. The program is time-limited and task-oriented, and it is intended to be used with a closed group of eight to ten women and conducted by two female therapists. The program combines the techniques of expressive therapy and psychodynamic group therapy. It consists of twelve sessions that are an hour-and-a-half to two hours long. Each session is devoted to a specific issue of concern to adult female survivors of childhood incest. Each issue is explored through the making of art projects, the use of guided imagery, and/or psychodynamic group therapy.
Hinton, Janice Kay, "An Expressive Therapy and Psychotherapy Group Program for Adult Female Survivors of Childhood Incest" (1989). Theses. 795.
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