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Problem-Solving Group Therapy: A Group Leader's Guide for Developing and Implementing Group Treatment Plans

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203 pages3 hours

Summary

This book will show you how to run problem-solving group therapy sessions. It focuses it focuses on practical techniques rather than theory. The problem-solving group format does several things. It rapidly established an effective group atmosphere that allows individual group members to work on different issues in the same session using a series of standard group process procedures. The standard format is designed to help the therapist track the implementation and completion of treatment techniques. It targets specific time-limited interventions. Group members assume a high degree of ownership and responsibility for solving their own problems in collaboration with the group leader who guides them through a systematic problem-solving process.

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