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Gestalt Group Therapy
1) integrating mind and body
2) increasing clarity about one's wants, values, and goals
3) gaining greater awareness of oneself
4) resolving or completing unfinished business
Cognitive-Behavioral Group Psychotherapy
application of behavior theories and social learning theories
Existential Group Psychotherapy
focus on helping participants confront the basic "givens" or ultimate concerns of existence
Person centered group psychotherapy
human beings tend to move toward wholeness and self actualization
Facilitator characteristics: warm, loving, caring
Rational-emotive behavior group
focus on becoming aware of the irrationals assumptions and engage in an internal debate to replace it with a new , more constructive one
humans are motivated to fill basic needs
each person chooses how to fulfill these needs in his or her current relationships
Interpersonal Group Psychotherapy
many psychological problems are the result of relationships
the group is a social microcosm
members can identify and correct self-defeating patterns of behavior to correct them within the group
generalize to relationships outside the group
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