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Desired outcomes of an Adlerian Group
Outcomes should be focused on the progress and actions of individual members within the group more than the progress of the group as a whole.
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Role of a leader in Adlerian Group Counseling
The leader should act as a role model, who helps define goals, builds the community, and guides group assessment.
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Social Interest
'Not only and interest in others, but an interest in the interest of others.'
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Dreikurs and Dinkmeyer
Theorists who developed concepts for Adlerian Group Counseling based on Alfred Adler's approaches.
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Alfred Adler
An early pioneer in counseling who used groups as early as 1922 to counsel parents, but did not create a specific theory about group counseling.
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Cognitive-Behavioral Group Counseling (CBGT)
An approach that addresses dysfunctional emotions, behaviors, and thinking through structured procedures.
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Psychodrama
An approach that centers on the belief that acting out past and future events, including events that have caused particular problems can help resolve issues.
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Person-Centered Counseling
An approach that focuses on trust between the members of the group to reach their potential. Focusing on communication, active listening, and confrontation.
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Adlerian Group Counseling
An approach that is centered on social development, cooperation, and education that relies heavily on the concept of social interest.
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There are lots of different counseling approaches to help people with behavioral and other cognitive and social issues. Group therapy is a very commonly used approach. This flashcard set outlines a few of the primary theories of group counseling.You caa use this flashcard set to review the different group counseling models.

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Adlerian Group Counseling
An approach that is centered on social development, cooperation, and education that relies heavily on the concept of social interest.
Person-Centered Counseling
An approach that focuses on trust between the members of the group to reach their potential. Focusing on communication, active listening, and confrontation.
Psychodrama
An approach that centers on the belief that acting out past and future events, including events that have caused particular problems can help resolve issues.
Cognitive-Behavioral Group Counseling (CBGT)
An approach that addresses dysfunctional emotions, behaviors, and thinking through structured procedures.
Alfred Adler
An early pioneer in counseling who used groups as early as 1922 to counsel parents, but did not create a specific theory about group counseling.
Dreikurs and Dinkmeyer
Theorists who developed concepts for Adlerian Group Counseling based on Alfred Adler's approaches.
Social Interest
'Not only and interest in others, but an interest in the interest of others.'
Role of a leader in Adlerian Group Counseling
The leader should act as a role model, who helps define goals, builds the community, and guides group assessment.
Desired outcomes of an Adlerian Group
Outcomes should be focused on the progress and actions of individual members within the group more than the progress of the group as a whole.
Carl Rogers
Psychology who influenced to Person-Centered Counseling through his theories that included warmth and acceptance as an integral part of a counseling practice.
Non-directive counseling
An approach where building an environment that creates feelings of acceptance and warmth leads to growth in the client.
Role of a leader in Person-Centered Counseling
The leader is a role model of openness and acceptance, and should be responsive to the needs of the group, and be more passive than leaders in other group models.
Desired outcomes of a Person-Centered Group
The ultimate goal is to change behavior through gaining more self-awareness, self-actualization, and feeling less alienated.
J. L. Moreno
The man who created the Psychodrama group counseling approach, which centers on the concept that acting out past events or future worries can help to have a cathartic healing effect on participants.
Spontaneity
Used in Psychodramas where the client is ready to play it by ear and improvise in a situation, responding to the moment.
Role of a leader in Psychodramas
The leader is a director, who organizes and supervises the group acting out scenarios.
The routine of a Psychodrama session
1. Warm-up to enter the feeling of the moment 2. Action section to act out the scenario and 3. The sharing to discuss feelings.
Cognitive distortions
Errors in thinking that distort reality in the mind of the client.

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