I am not sure of the accuracy of this depiction, but I found myself wondering whether this is what Peter Schmid means when he identifies a need for sociotherapy
in Chapter Fourteen.
Kroese et al., Education, exercise, Physicians are not 2009  group discussion, pain involved in order to van Eijk-Hustings management techniques, prevent the et al., sociotherapy
, creative medicalization of 2013  arts therapy the syndrome.
Similarly, in the case of teenagers, the environment change by means of sociotherapy
can diminish the suicidal risk.
If psychodrama focuses in particular on individual therapy, sociodrama proposes sociotherapy
in order to foster cooperative potential and cohesion in a group.
Politics must be seen as sociotherapy
if it is to be cared for.
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.
Prediction of relapse in schizophrenic outpatients treated by drug and sociotherapy
. Archives of General Psychiatry, 34, 171-84.
Corrections & Substance Abuse Training: Sociotherapy
for Sociopaths; Criminal Justice Addiction Services, Birmingham, AL; /ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/criminaljustice
The study was designed to experimentally test the independent effects of antipsychotic drugs and of a psychosocial intervention they called "sociotherapy
," as well as the interaction between the two.