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What do carers want from a support group? by Dave Allport

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Ed.) - University of Birmingham, School of Education, 1993.

Statementby Dave Allport.
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Open LibraryOL20860676M

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The first volume to address both self-help and support groups, and to provide a clear distinction between the two, Self-Help and Support Groups. dispels misunderstandings and inaccurate assumptions about how they function, whom they attract and how they help participants achieve goals. Linda Farris Kurtz informs practitioners and students in the human services about the concepts, Reviews: 1. Aware Support & Self Care Groups offer an opportunity for people, aged 18 years and over, to talk openly about depression, bipolar disorder, other mood conditions and their impact. Peers share their experience and understanding and offer an exchange of thoughts and techniques around self-care and resilience in a supportive, confidential and. of a group and to explore what format it should take • A claims, concerns and issues exercise with the support group members • Enabling carers to create a ‘wish list’ • A values clarification exercise with the support group members • The establishment of a steering group and a working group. ing with groups and thereby to raise the profile of groupwork practice as one of many aspects of effective professional social work intervention. By engaging with the materials in this book you will be able to develop your knowledge, skills and values for groupworking in the complex interprofessional care and support environment.