Bion’s Basic Assumption Groups in the Regimen Treatment of Addictions: Clinical Implications

Riegel, K. D. (2022). Bion’s basic assumption groups in the regimen treatment of addictions: Clinical implications. Adiktologie, 22(4), 250–256.
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This article provides reflection on the potential application of Bion’s model of basic assumption groups in patients undergoing midterm inpatient addiction treatment. The clinical implications are discussed in terms of the usability of Bion’s model and its possible benefits for patients in regimen addiction treatment, as well as the pitfalls associated with its application in this treatment modality.

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