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Group Foundation and Goals

Using the following outline below, can you propose a group of your choice. Use references to support the theoretical underpinnings and other areas as relevant.

-Title of the group.
-Description or focus of the group: Describe the focus and goals of the group. Also, identify the type of group you are proposing (support, process, psychoeducational, et cetera).
-Type of participants or population: Describe the types of participants who will be most appropriate for the group. Specify age, gender, problem area, and so on.
-Time frame: Establish whether it will meet weekly, biweekly, or at other intervals as well as how long each session will be.
-Theoretical underpinnings: Describe the theoretical foundations of the group.
-Primary interventions and activities: Describe a few of the interventions or activities you will use in the group.

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-Title of the group. Psychological Support Group [CHANGE or CHOICE]

-Description or focus of the group: Describe the focus and goals of the group. Also, identify the type of group you are proposing (support, process, psycho-educational, et cetera).

The focus of the group is to examine a range of issues affect the emotional stability and well-bin of students including: (a) campus substance abuse, (b) women's issues (birth control, battery, abuse, etc); and (e.g., international students(c) student displacement (e.g. international students uprooted from home). The aim is to be responsive in working with students who have emotional difficulties, and help them adjust. To school and environment.

-Type of participants or population: Describe the types of participants who will be most ...

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This solution describes the focus and goals of a support group

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