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Reflecting Team Group Therapy and Its Congruence with Feminist Principles

Reflecting Team Group Therapy and Its Congruence with Feminist Principles Abstract The author suggests that the reflecting team approach to group therapy can enhance and further the goals of feminist counseling. Specific strategies that help accomplish this goal include allowing clients to act as consultants and rotating the focus of the team from session to session so that each member has multiple opportunities to speak the language of agency. An illustration of an individual session demonstrates how women of color, in particular, may benefit from this therapeutic intervention. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Women & Therapy Taylor & Francis

Reflecting Team Group Therapy and Its Congruence with Feminist Principles

Women & Therapy , Volume 28 (2): 11 – Mar 2, 2005

Reflecting Team Group Therapy and Its Congruence with Feminist Principles

Women & Therapy , Volume 28 (2): 11 – Mar 2, 2005

Abstract

Abstract The author suggests that the reflecting team approach to group therapy can enhance and further the goals of feminist counseling. Specific strategies that help accomplish this goal include allowing clients to act as consultants and rotating the focus of the team from session to session so that each member has multiple opportunities to speak the language of agency. An illustration of an individual session demonstrates how women of color, in particular, may benefit from this therapeutic intervention.

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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1541-0315
eISSN
0270-3149
DOI
10.1300/J015v28n02_05
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Abstract

Abstract The author suggests that the reflecting team approach to group therapy can enhance and further the goals of feminist counseling. Specific strategies that help accomplish this goal include allowing clients to act as consultants and rotating the focus of the team from session to session so that each member has multiple opportunities to speak the language of agency. An illustration of an individual session demonstrates how women of color, in particular, may benefit from this therapeutic intervention.

Journal

Women & TherapyTaylor & Francis

Published: Mar 2, 2005

Keywords: African American; group therapy; women of color

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