Effective Support Groups: How to Plan, Design, Facilitate, and Enjoy Them
This grounded, practical book by James E. Miller uses a question-and-answer approach to cover both basic and advanced information about starting and conducting support groups of all kinds. How often should such at group meet? Where? How long should meetings last? What are appropriate ground rules? What are the qualities of a good facilitator? What are their tasks? What ground rules ought to be established? Is there a preferred meeting format? These answers and more are provided.
The last part of the book delves into the thirteen responsibilities of a support group facilitator that Jim proposes, with a chapter dedicated to each of these responsibilities. Additional resources by other authors are also suggested.
The printed book is no longer available.
The eBook is provided as both an .epub file (for the Nook, the Kobo eReader, and others) and a .mobi file (for the Kindle and others).
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