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BODY TALKBODY TALK
A T H E R A P Y G RO U P TO H E L P
I M P ROV E B O DY I M AG E
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Anne Freed, LCSW, MSW | Private Practice
February 20, 2020
DISCLOSE.
Objectives
At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to:
1. Report how to start a group, what is required of the group, fees,
documentation, and how to gather participants
2. Teach types of groups: Support, Therapy, Educational, Family,
Opened and Closed
4. Describe collaborating with co-facilitator
TYPES OF GROUPS
*OPEN
CLOSED
SUPPORT
THERAPY
FAMILY
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BECOMING A MEMBER OF…
THE LGBTQ THERAPIST GUILD
WOMEN IN PRIVATE PRACTICE
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When you are with a group of people who are talking about a topic you feel strongly about,
how likely are you to express your opinion?
I like to share my feelings with others.
I avoid talking in groups.
I often feel like an outsider in group discussions.
I typically dominate group discussions.
I hardly ever say what I’m thinking when
I’m with a group of people.
When I first meet someone, I like to share
things about myself, including quite personal things. I am very private and hardly ever share
how I feel.
I often contribute to group discussions.
I am an open person.
I am the life of a party.
Others tend to see me as withdrawn.
Payment
Insurance may cover (depending on the plan) code: 90853
Participants may use cash, HMO cards, credit cards, and
Venmo
A discounted rate when a participant pays up front for all
sessions
We work with any participant who can’t afford the full price
Documentation
Follow your normal progress notes template. Whichever one you use —
DAP, SOAP, GIRP, PAIP, or your own format — and make sure you
include all those components in how the individual client acted, how
they interacted with the group, how the group reacted to and interacted
with them, how they influenced the group, and how the group
influenced them.
DON’T WRITE ANYTHING TWICE!
This means you can sort of “cheat” a little in group progress notes, and
this is where you start saving time. How? Well as you work with the
group you might provide a therapeutic intervention for the whole group,
and you definitely don’t need to write that five or ten times. Write it
once, and then copy and paste into everyone’s individual counseling
note.
So you’ll have a portion of the progress note that deals with the whole
group counseling session (interventions you provided, the things you
did that apply to everyone) and another few sentences specific to that
individual client.
2. The behavior is the subconscious trying to
protect
political. Who benefits in diet culture?
5. We toss the BMI and……
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•When someone speaks in a group their words
echo in her/his mind more loudly
•*The fact that some people vie for attention and
some don’t could be childhood family dynamics
of helplessness and competition between siblings
or lack of attention from parents.
•An opportunity to build bridges and connection.
(people with eating and body issues tend to
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Beeskin, John,( 2011/04)Procedure and guidelines for group therapy, Society of Group
Psychology and Group Psychotherapy
Hooks, Bell, (2014) Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center. Routledge
Ormont, Louis, R. (1992) The Group Therapy Experience: From Theory To Practice.
Group Counseling Notes: what you need to know (02/14/20) My Digital Maven:
https/www.gaprep.com/blog/group.couseling