Experience in group therapy is recommended by The Royal College of Psychiatrists (1986) as an important aspect of training in psychiatry. However direct experience is unusual. It was reported in the Bulletin that a group formed by trainees in psychiatry to study the group process found a demand for personal therapy for its members (Whewell, 1987). In this paper a group is described which attempted to meet both needs.
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