STRUCTURED INTERACTIONAL GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY By N., Sam M.S. - 4 therapeutic group where therapist gives structured frame for group actions and connections. commonly achieved by selecting a different member of the group to be the focus of the interaction. STRUCTURED INTERACTIONAL GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY: "Example: structured interactional group psychotherapy has been developed by the psychiatrist Harold Kaplan and Benjamin Sadock." Related Psychology Terms Discrimination and Mental Illness in the LGBT Population MENTAL HEALTH AND ECONOMIC LEVEL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY Diagnosis and Treatment Planning SOCIAL NORM (Group Norms) OBJECT RELATIONSHIP FAMILY CARE SULLIVAN, HARRY STACK (1892- 1949) MULTIPLE THERAPY EXPERIENTIAL THERAPY Cite this page: N., Sam M.S., "STRUCTURED INTERACTIONAL GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY," in PsychologyDictionary.org, April 13, 2013, https://psychologydictionary.org/structured-interactional-group-psychotherapy/ (accessed August 18, 2022).