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23 terms

therapeutic groups

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evaluation group
the purpose is to enable client and OT to assess client's skills, assets and limitations regarding group interaction
evaluation group
appropriate tasks can be completed in one session and require interaction to complete
thematic group
to assist members in acquiring the knowledge, skills and/or attitudes needed to perform a specific activity
thematic group
suitable activities are simulated, clearly defined, structured activities which enable members to practice and learn needed skills
topical group
to discuss specific activities that members are engaged in outside of group to enable them to engage in activities more effectively
topical group
group activity is verbal discussion on an activity that members are engaged in or will become engaged in
task-oriented group
to increase client's awareness of their needs, values, ideas, feelings and behaviors as they engage in a group task
task oriented group
activities create an end product and the task is a way to understand and practice behavior
parallel group
perform independently in the presence of others
parallel group
leader provides unconditional positive regard to develop trust
project group
to develop the ability to perform a shared short term activity with another member
project group
group interaction, not project, is emphasized
egocentric-cooperative
members select and implement an activity which requires group interaction to complete
egocentric-cooperative
leadership role is less of an active, direct leader; facilitate and allow members to fulfill functional leadership roles
egocentric-cooperative
allows 5-10 people to work together. activity requires more than two meetings to complete
cooperative group
to enable members to engage in a group activity which facilitates free expression of ideas and feelings
cooperative group
is to develop a sense of trust, love and belonging; meet groups socio-emotional needs
cooperative group
does not require an end product; activities facilitate and allow for free expression of ideas and feelings
mature group
to enable members to assume all functional socio-emotional and tasks roles within the group
mature group
requires an end product; requires the group work together
mature group
leadership role acts as a peer, an equal group member
instrumental group
to help members function at their highest possible level for as long as possible
instrumental group
activities are structured and completed with assistance as needed