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BIERER, Joshua (1901 - 1984), Medical Director, Institute of Social Psychiatry, 1946–82, retired; Consultant Psychiatrist, Runwell Hospital, 1948–67; Founder, 1946, and Medical Director, Marlborough Day-Hospital, 1946–67; Founder, International Association of Social Psychiatry; Co-Founder, International Association of Group Psychotherapy; Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Social Psychiatry

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A branch of psychiatry that emphasizes the importance of social groups and families and bases its therapeutic methods on these groups. It is both an approach to diagnosis and a treatment method based on the concept of the therapeutic community.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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