Impact therapy applied to groups



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A impact therapy associates Chris Schimmel, Ed.D.,NCC, LPC

4 Broadway Ave 304-293-2266

Star City, WV 26505 e-mail: chris.schimmel@mail.wvu.edu

www.impacttherapy.com


IMPACT THERAPY APPLIED TO GROUPS


Four M’s of Impact Therapy: Multi-sensory, Motivational, Marketing, Maps


1. PEOPLE DON’T MIND BEING LED WHEN THEY ARE LED WELL.
2. A GOOD GROUP LEADER IS CREATIVE, COURAGEOUS, AND MAKES SURE THE GROUP IS NOT BORING.
FACILITATOR------------------------------|----------------------X-----------LEADER

(emphasis on group process) (emphasis on personal issues) (interpersonal) (intrapersonal)
SEVEN GUIDING QUESTIONS FOR GROUP LEADING


  1. What is the PURPOSE of the group?



  1. What is the PHASE of the session? Is it the warm-up, middle, or closing phase?



3. Where is the FOCUS of the group?

A leader is always aware that the focus is either on a person, topic, or activity.

A leader is always holding, shifting, or deepening (funneling) the focus.
4. Do I need to teach the members theories?
5. What stage of change are the members at?



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