The Emmanuel Movement: The Origins of Group Treatment and the Assault on Lay Psychotherapy
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The Emmanuel Movement: The Origins of Group Treatment and the Assault on Lay Psychotherapy

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"The Emmanuel Movement" was a name given by the contemporary press to a combined method of group and individual psychotherapy introduced in 1906 by the Rev. Elwood Worcester, Rector of the Emmanuel Church in Boston. This treatment method for the common neuroses, offered to the public free of charge and open to all social classes and religious denominations, was first welco...more
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Published March 1st 1998 by Boston Medical Library in the Countway Library of Medicine (first published 1998)
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