sociotherapy


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sociotherapy

 [so″se-o-ther´ah-pe]
any treatment emphasizing socioenvironmental and interpersonal rather than intrapsychic factors.

sociotherapy

/so·cio·ther·a·py/ (so″se-o-ther´ah-pe) any treatment emphasizing modification of the environment and improvement in interpersonal relationships rather than intrapsychic factors.
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Coming from the fields of medical anthropology, cultural anthropology, performance and cultural studies, and cultural and social history, contributors discuss Somali poetry as memory-making and the collapse of the Somali state in 1991, Zulu song and memories of the violence between Inkatha and the African National Congress in South Africa, young men's narratives of "ethnic" violence in Nairobi in 2007, narratives of violence of the Mozambican civil war of 1976-1992, mediation of violence in Rwanda through a community-based sociotherapy program in the Byumba region, and mediated memories of violence among white former conscripts of the South African Defense Force who fought along the border between Namibia and Angola between 1966 and 1989.
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Drug and sociotherapy in the aftercare of schizophrenia patients: one-year relapse rates.
Sociotherapy involved a combination of psychosocial interventions, including supportive therapy, social casework, and rehabilitation counseling.