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Group Process

Group definitition 2 or more individuals who have a relationship with on other, are interdependent, and may share norms
Group Process definition the interaction continually taking place among members of a group
group therapy definition form of psychosocial tx in which a # of pts meet together with a therapise, for the purpose of sharing, gaining personal insight, and improving interpersonal functioning
Group content all that is said in a group
confrontation process whereby problems or conflicts are brought into open
cohesiveness bond b/t members of a group, measured by wilingness to work together toward common goals
group norm expectations for behavior providing structure for members. happens during orientation phase
instillation of hope by observing the progress of others in the grp with similair problems a grp member gains hope that their problems can be resolved
universality individuals are not alone
imparting of information knowledge is gained through formal instruction as well as sharing
altruism mutual sharing and concern for each other
group cohessivness develop sense of belonging that separates "i" to "we are"
catharsis member express positive and negative feelings, open expression of feelings
existential factors grp member help other take direction of their own lives and accept responsibility
initial/orientatio phase leader/members work together to establish rules that will govern group
middle/working phase problem solving and decision making occur, complete goals
termination phase discuss feelings and thought, terminate session
Created by: odonnelll2