ed completely negating the existence of individual or self in the society putting stress on his argument that there is no existence of an individual beyond society or apart from it. Every individual is a part of it and no individual exists apart from the society (Foulkes, 1948).
The contemporary psychotherapy has moved far beyond these drives and pushed its limit to a great extent. In recent studies, individual importance is viewed in terms of more in depth, intersubjective relationship and based on these therapeutic models are undertaken. Dynamic group therapy have evolved as the most effective therapeutic model in this regard and recent researches tend to prove that dynamic groups help to a massive extent in curing psychological disorders like depression, anxiety states and personality disorders (Robinson & Et Al, 1990).
Very important and pertinent to our discussion is also the fact that depression and anxiety states lead to consumption of various drugs and as an effective interpersonal group therapy 12 curative factors have yielded better and effective results in this regard.
Yalom developed 12 curative stepwise therapies for the purpose of a psychological disorder. The meeting attempted to move beyond the theoretical limit and aspect of the model and succeeded in an effective discussion on the practical implementation of these stepwise therapies in a case.
Yalom’s 12 curative factors starts with interpersonal learning which involves a continuous process with the effective participation of the group leader indulging and involving adults talks which enabled the patients to open up their mind.
The next step in the Yalom’s 12 curative factors is that of Catharsis. A complete biblical perspective literally involves purgation and is quite difficult. Initially in the process, the involvements of all the group members are not noticed spontaneously but with time as a repetitive and inspiring mechanism, it can be effectively attained.
Group cohesiveness and