Flashcards in Chapter 6 Deck (19):
A properly functioning "growth group" in church is simply a Bible study with the discussion tacked on. True or false
People who are involved in problems in their lives are generally devoid of hope. True or false
Blank in the treatment mode in itself can be a basis for healing, especially when the participant believes that they are going to find help and start on the road to recovery.
The Bible should be a support tool and not allowed to become an blank of blank over blank issues.
Instrument, disagreement, doctrinal
To many, the group setting is one of the first times in the life of the participant where they have felt that they "blank" without some blank blank being imposed on them.
When participants learn specific information about their disorder or their disease, a process called blank blank can provide them with education which offers them blank blank about the nature of their disorder or disease.
Didactic instruction, specific instruction
When the group has moved beyond the problem – solving level and appears to be interacting well, then too much advice – giving indicates that the group is not progressing toward recovery. True or false
Altruism is simply the disregard for others. True or false
Within most groups there will be one participant who will sincerely encourage even the most disagreeable person and offer a way for that person to find acceptance in the group. True or false
The group setting can encourage participants to learn about their own blank blank blank from their peers as well as how to cause changes in their own lives.
Maladaptive social behavior
Imitative behaviors as a therapeutic mechanism allows participants to give you an alternate role model figured who is reacting in a different way than they, when exposed to the same group therapy as the other participants. True or false
Experiencing catharsis within a group setting will never bring about a behavioral change in participating and non-participating members of the group. True or false
The reenactment of dysfunctional blank conflicts in the group setting can be both natural and probable.
The process of blending and support within each group is considered blank blank which makes the group a form of "caring groups".
A group participant must feel that their position in the group is being adequately supportive and comfortable enough to where they or vent their true feelings without being ostracized.
Group participants must have a community environment where they can discover that their behavior/or reactions are either:
Inappropriate without being removed from the group
Blank blank comes about when a participant with maladaptive behavior is confronted by other participants and the therapist, with a focus of positive change.
List eight steps to inter- personal learning:
feedback and self examination sharing reactions
results of sharing reactions
One's opinion of self
sense of responsibility
realization of one's power to affect lives
degree of affect