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Group counseling strategies and skills chapter 6

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Basic Skills For Group
Leaders

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Chapter 6


3. Clarification and Questioning

4. Summarizing

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1. Active Listening

2. Reflection

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Specific Leadership Skills


5. Linking-- pointing out similarities between

or among members’ concerns and issues

6. Mini-Lecturing and Information-Giving
Make it interesting.
Make it relevant.
Make it short (usually no more than 5–8 minutes).
Make it energizing.
Make sure you have current, correct, and objective
information

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Continued

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9. Modeling and Self-Disclosure

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7. Encouraging and Supporting
8. Tone-Setting

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Continued


10. Use of Eyes
a. Scanning For Nonverbal Cues

b. Getting Members to Look at Other Members
c. Drawing Out Members
d. Cutting Off Members

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Continued

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11. Use of Voice
a. Use of Voice to Help Set the Tone
b. Use of Voice to Energize the Group

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Continued

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12. Use of the Leader’s Energy
13. Identifying Allies-- members who

understand the purpose of the group and
are likely to be helpful

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Continued

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Specific Leadership Skills


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Advantages of coleading
– one leader can think while other is
leading
– support and modeling for a beginning
leader
– can offer varying points of view
– coleader can bring specific
information on topics

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Coleading


– different goals for members

– competition between leaders

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Disadvantages
– possibly incompatible styles

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Coleading


Coleaders need to set aside time for
planning and processing each session

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Coleaders need to like and respect each
other

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Coleading


then alternate primary leadership role throughout
a session according to a topic or an exercise…
coleader in supportive role

Shared leading: coleaders plan together
and lead jointly, careful to maintain a
common focus and direction
Apprentice model: more experienced
leader models for a novice leader

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Alternate leading: coleaders plan together,

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Models of Coleading


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Homogeneous Membership
Diverse Membership
Multicultural Needs and Coleadership

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Multicultural Groups



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