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The social construction of desire

We are more used to thinking of desire in an individual or dyadic context but what about the social construction of desire?

Would this, alongside more ‘familiar’ notions of desire, facilitate a group analytic approach to desire?

“Social groups prone to fostering a restrictive sense of conventional morality” (Kernberg)

Foulkes’ basic law of group dynamics – in my view, restrictive

Therapy group as challenging redundant orthodoxies of desire

The group as witness – in Britton’s sense of ‘triangulation’, observing and reflecting on the expression of desire

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