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Evaluation Group
Individuals who will be involved in groups or who lack group interaction skills.
Thematic Group
Type of group member is determined by specific goals of group.They must have a minimal group interaction skill level equal to a parallel group skill level.
Topical Group
People who share similar current or anticipatory problems in fucntioning. Must be at an ego-centric-cooperative group skill level. Sufficient verbal and cognitive skills to engage in discussion and to problem-solve.
Task-oriented Group
Primary dysfunction of members is cognitive and socioemotional areas due to psychological or physical trauma. Clients with fair verbal skills who can interact wtih others.
Developmental Group
Continum of groups:
1.Parallel
2.Project
3.Egocentric-cooperative
4.Cooperative
5.Mature Group
*Type of clients are usually those with decreased group interaction skills
1.Parallel Group
To enable clients to perform individual tasks in the presense of others.
To minimally interact verbally and non-verbally with others even though task does not require interaction for successful completion.
To develop a basic level of awareness trust, and comfort with others in group.
*Structured, facilitates interaction
2.Project Group
To devlop the ability to perform a shared, short-term activity with another member in a comfortable, cooperative manner.
To develop interactions beyond those that the activity requires.
To enable members to give and seek assistance.
*Activities that can be shared by multiple members reinforces cooperation, mild competition, sharing, and interaction.
3.Egocentric Cooperative Group
To enable members to select and implement a long-range activity which requires group interaction to complete.
To enable members to identify and meet the needs of themselves and others (e.g. safety, esteem).
*Encourages clients to function independently, serves as a role model.
4.Cooperative Group
To enable members to engage in a group activity which facilitates free expression of ideas and feelings.
To develop sense of trust, love and belonging, and cohesion.
To enable members to identify and meet socio-emotional needs.
*Acts as an advisor members and leaders share equal responsibility
5.Mature Group
To enable members to assume all functions socio-emotional and task roles within a group.
To enable members to reinforce behaviors which result in need satisfaction and task completion.
*Members assume all responsibilities.
Instrumental Group
Individuals who have demonstrated their highest level of functioning. Functioning at their highest level and cannot change or progress. Mental health patients who cannot meet their mental health needs and or need assitance to maintain function due to cognitive, psychological, perceptual-motor, and or social deficits.