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Facilitating Therapy Groups

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88 pages1 hour

Summary

Facilitating Therapy Groups is an introductory text designed for students in graduate counseling programs and therapists who are new to facilitating therapy groups. The book covers the essentials of effectively leading groups. It contains chapters describing the pre-group meeting; how I lead the group sessions; how I use logs written by the group members after each session and use homework to benefit the group members; the curative factors that are involved in helping the members of the group experience growth and resolve their issues; the characteristics, skills and tasks of effective group therapists; the stages that groups typically go through; possible problem members and how to successfully guide them and a final chapter on groups in elementary and secondary schools.

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