Papers and Reports on Balint Group Leadership
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Johnson, A.; Nease, D.E.; Milberg, L.C.; Addison R.B.:
Essential Characteristics of Effective Balint Group Leadership, 2004
The story so far. Excerpts from Presentation of 2010 and 2013 surveys on Leadership training, Heidelberg 2013
Balint Group Leadership: conceptual foundations and a framework for leadership development?
Lecture, INTERNATION BALINT GROUP LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE. Warsaw/Poland, Sept 16-19, 2016
Milberg, L.; Lichtenstein, A; Nease, D.:
THE EVOLUTION OF BALINT LEADER TRAINING AND CREDENTIALING IN THE AMERICAN BALINT SOCIETY17th International Balint Congress September 7-11, 2011.
Tschuschke, V., Flatten, G.:
Effect of Group Leaders on Doctors’ Learning in Balint Groups.
Int J Psychiat in Medicine, 0(0) 1-14, 2018.
Nouet Martinot I.:
Balint mutation online during covid. Second IBF online conference “Staying connected”, 2021, Presentation online
Ritter A., Herzog P., Torppa M., Rimmer E.:
Current status of Training, Accreditation and Supervision of Balint Group Leaders in the Member Societies of the International Balint Federation (IBF), presentation, IBF Congress Brussels, 2022
Linclau, C., Rimmer E., Sapic R., Herzog, P., Ritter A.:
First IBF online Leadership Conference 2020. 5 online presentations on YouTube:
- Christian Linclau, Belgium:
Balint Group: A Transitional Object?
- Esti Rimmer, Great Britain:
Transition and Tradition in Balint Group Leadership
- Rosa Sapic, Serbia:
Transition in Psychotherapy, in our Professional Lives and in Balint Groups
- Philipp Herzog, Germany:
The Role of Balint Work in Times of Fragmentation in Medicine
- Amos Ritter, Israel:
External and Internal Realities in Balint Groups