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Curative Factors

Instillation of hope By observing the progress of others in the group similar problems, a group member gamers hope that his or her problems can also be resolved.
Universality Individual come to realize that they are not alone in the problems, thoughts and feeling they are experiencing.
The imparting of information Group members share their knowledge with each other. Leaders of teaching groups also provide information to group members
Altruism Individuals provide assistance and support to each other, thereby creating a positive self-image and promoting self-growth.
The corrective recapitulation of the primary family group Group members are able to re-experience early family conflicts that remain unresolved.
The development of socializing techniques Through interactions with and feedbac from other members within the group, individual are able to correct maladaptive social behaviors and learn and develop new social skills.
Imitative behavior Group members who have mastered a particular psychosocial skill or developmental task serve as valuable role models for others.
Interpersonal learning The group offers may and varied opportunities for interacting with other people.
Group cohesiveness Members develop a sens of belonging that seperates the individual ("I am") from the group ("we are")
Catharsis Within the group, members are able to express both positive and negative feelings.
Existential factors The group is able to assist individual members to take direction of their own lives and to accept responsibility for the quality of their existence.
Created by: Wends1984