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Self Help Groups. Nottingham, R. A. Wilson. Yalom, I. D. (1995) 4th Ed. The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy. New York, Basic Books. Zajonc, R. B. (1965) Social Facilitation. Science 149, 269-74. 2 Starting a group: Planning INTRODUCTION It goes without saying that starting a group is a project that requires careful planning, attention to detail, and close cooperation with anyone else involved. The work carried out before a group begins will determine the effectiveness of events thereafter.
He took the view that the group format lends itself to the identification of communication difficulties and the analysis of faulty transactions or interactions between people. Berne had trained as a psychoanalyst, so he was well acquainted with the Freudian perspective when helping people with problems. Such a perspective tells us a lot about the way people develop as individuals, and about the psychological basis of adult difficulties. However, Berne was increasingly aware that information about the difficulties people have is more readily discernible in groups.
Group counselling usually takes place on a weekly basis, with sessions lasting one and a half hours on average. Some groups, those that include programmes or activities (art therapy, for example) may be scheduled to last longer, however. There are also certain therapies, including Gestalt, where sessions may be open ended, but these are the exception rather than the rule. In addition, some groups are conducted over a longer continuous period of time, perhaps during a weekend. Conversely, there are groups with shorter sessions to accommodate the needs of specific client groups.