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Alternatives to Pregroup Interviews


Alternatives to Pregroup Interviews

Alternatives to Pregroup Interviews

Unit 3 Discussion 1 & 2? $30.00 Due (Sunday) 7/22/2018.

Unit 3 Discussion 1

Alternatives to Pregroup Interviews

According to the Association for Specialists in Group Work (ASGW), ethical practice entails conducting a pregroup interview with each prospective member for purposes of screening, orientation, and selection. If you found it was highly impractical or impossible to interview people individually, what alternatives might you consider? Incorporate the assigned readings and relevant literature to substantiate alternatives to individual pregroup interviews.  Alternatives to Pregroup Interviews


Unit 3 Discussion 2

Theoretical Application in Groups

This discussion is based on the article you selected from the provided readings addressing the application of therapeutic perspectives in counseling groups. Describe how the specific counseling theory is applied in a group setting to guide interventions. What evidence is provided in the article to support the effectiveness of the approach for the selected population and focus of the group?


· Discussion Participation Scoring Guide.

· Association for Specialists in Group Work.

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