Group Leadership Skills

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Index
Absences, 107-108
Administrative issues, 113-118
Adult, older, 206-225
Agenda, hidden, 42-44
Aggression,
childhood, 248-249
physical, 104-105
Analysis of events, group, 180-205
Anxiety, in groups, 126-127, 249
Apathy, group, 50
Assertiveness, 36-39, 155, 160
Audiotape, use of, in recording, 175-176
Autobiography, guided with older adults, 217-218
Beginning a group, 113-120
Behavioral modification techniques, 159-172
changing unwanted habits, 160-161
giving “I” messages, 160
increasing cooperative
behaviors, 161-165
modeling, 165
prompting, 165
shaping, 164
use of incompatible responses, 165
working with parents, 165-166
Brain storming, 69
Breast cancer, 250
Change process model, 83-84
Checklist, “Beginning a Group,” 120-121
Closed groups, 117, Co-dependency groups, 226-228
Cohesiveness, 52-53, 76-77
Coleadership, 150—154
Community
assessment, 298-300
changing priorities, 291
cultural factors, 292-293
disease factors and, 293
examples of community
organization efforts and
research, 300-308
older adults and, 293
organization, 288-289
violence and, 298
Wellness self-assessment, 294297
Wellness study, 292
Wellness view of, 289-291
Computer-mediated support groups, 7-8
Conflict, 32-36
Consensus, testing for, 41-42
Content and processes, 26-28
Contract, group, 119
Countertransference, 104

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