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- Developmental psychoeducational/guidance groups usually focus on a concern such as
- Negative feelings and resistance is often encountered by counselors working with adolescents mandated to participate in any group. Corey and Corey suggest each of the following to lessen such feelings except
- _______-centered groups are designed to enable children to explore their feelings, concerns and behaviors about a number of everyday subjects.
- One advantage of group guidance and psychoeducational activities is that such groups allow .
- According to Ritchie and Huss, group work with minor clients might open school counselors to legal liability actions by parents or guardians if the counselor’s actions somehow associate their child with
- is the term used when a group becomes divided into different and opposing subgroups or camps
- A group that forms in response to a conflict between student groups is an example of a group.
- Groups that involve generally meet in groups of five to seven for 45-50 minutes.
- Stress is an issue for many adolescents in American culture. This is typically for adolescent boys when compared to adolescent girls.
- When dealing with a group of adolescents forced to participate in group work, the counselor should generally begin by
- According to Donigian and Malnati, the result of “dropping” a disruptive member from a group while working with adolescents is often .
- Santrock coined the phrase to define adolescents in their tendency toward growth and change despite frustrations.
- Counselors conducting group guidance and psychoeducational group lessons in schools employ a wide variety of techniques. Guided fantasy, positive affirmations, and employing visualizations would likely be successful in psychosocial groups working with children.
- The number of children in psychoeducational groups is usually _________________ counseling/ psychotherapy groups.
- Generally, children below the age of are not involved in group work because of the egocentristic nature of their development.
- Leaders of adolescent groups, according to Myrick, utilize open-ended questions, facilitative feedback, and are acknowledging. He recommends leaders must be skilled and use great caution which of the following?
- Adolescent group members may share information too soon or even reveal inappropriate information about themselves, for which of the following purposes?
- Many experts in the field of counseling children (e.g., Dinkmeyer, Keats, Muro) believe that prior to age of twelve should be a primary tool in group work with children.
- Groups for elementary and middle school children are activity-focused whereas groups for adolescents are more _____________ oriented.
- In setting up groups for children, group workers must be particularly sensitive to
- A disadvantage of group counseling with children is .
- Determining what type of group is best for a specific group of children is based on two sets of factors. Variables such as age, gender, and maturity levels are __________factors.
- Myrick illustrates five configurations for seating arrangements appropriate for managing large groups of children in school counseling programs. Which of the following does he claim is good for making a presentation but may inhibit group interaction?
- Malekoff suggests that groups of all kinds can be helpful to adolescents in making the transition from childhood to adulthood. All the following are ways groups are valuable to adolescents, except .
- Kymissis cautions against “mixing” which of the following in group work with adolescents?
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