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Leading counseling groups with adults : a demonstration of the art of engagement / Ed Jacobs, PhD and Christine Schimmel, EdD. [print]

Contributor(s): Jacobs, Edward E, 1944- [commentator.] | Schimmel, Christine J [commentator.] | Psychotherapy.netMaterial type: FilmFilmPublisher number: 312Publication details: [Mill Valley, California] : Psychotherapy.net, [(c)2015. Description: 1 streaming video file (178 minutes) : digital, sound, colorContent type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video | computer Carrier type: other | online resourceISBN: 9781601244574Other title: Demonstration of the art of engagementSubject(s): Group psychotherapy -- Case studies | Adlerian psychology -- Case studies | Gestalt therapy -- Case studies | Transactional analysis -- Case studies | Rational emotive behavior therapy -- Case studies | Counseling groups | Addiction | Divorce | Anxiety | ParentingGenre/Form: Educational films. | Streaming video. LOC classification: PN1997PN1997.S335.L433 2015Online resources: Click here for access COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: Featured experts: Ed Jacobs, PhD and Christine Schimmel, EdD.Summary: "In this training video, Drs. Ed Jacobs and Christine Schimmel demonstrate core techniques for successful group therapy with adults. Divorce, addiction, anxiety, and parenting are addressed and explored collaboratively, as eight women support each other through reflection, crosstalk, and role-play activities. Skills and techniques covered include asking good, deepening questions; using rounds to engage members; drawing out; holding, deepening and shifting focus; teaching concepts and ideas; use of props and chairs; and more. By watching this video, you wil understand the arc of a successful therapy group, including its distinct phases; learn techniques to establish group rapport, deepen the therapy, and keep members engaged; and identify the necessary skills for facilitating crosstalk, focusing on members' needs, and linking common issues. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions."
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Featured experts: Ed Jacobs, PhD and Christine Schimmel, EdD.

"In this training video, Drs. Ed Jacobs and Christine Schimmel demonstrate core techniques for successful group therapy with adults. Divorce, addiction, anxiety, and parenting are addressed and explored collaboratively, as eight women support each other through reflection, crosstalk, and role-play activities. Skills and techniques covered include asking good, deepening questions; using rounds to engage members; drawing out; holding, deepening and shifting focus; teaching concepts and ideas; use of props and chairs; and more. By watching this video, you wil understand the arc of a successful therapy group, including its distinct phases; learn techniques to establish group rapport, deepen the therapy, and keep members engaged; and identify the necessary skills for facilitating crosstalk, focusing on members' needs, and linking common issues. Intended for students and practitioners in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and related health professions."

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