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Whilst, obviously, the group is composed of individuals, Rogers emphasises the relational aspects of change engendered by the encounter group experience, at the personal, interpersonal and community/organisation levels.
The book is written from his American, white, middle-class cultural perspective, but he cl/5(6). separate sources: encounter group effects and role anxiety in the psychotherapist. Available theoretical and empirical evidence suggests that encounter groups, when properly supervised, can help reduce a person's anxiety in an interpersonal setting and increase his sense of competency in relating to other people.
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Exerpt from Carl Rogers on Encounter Groups. Rogers, C. R., New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.,2 The Process of the Encounter Group 1 What really goes on in an encounter group. This is a question often asked by persons who are contemplating joining one, or who are puzzled by the statements of people who have had the experience.
The results of the study, performed by Dr. Morton A. Lieberman, Dr. Irvin D. Yalom and Matthew. Miles, were recently published by Basic Books under the title “Encounter Groups. New perspectives on services to groups: Theory, Organization, Practice [Unknown] on New perspectives on encounter groups.
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It has revealed that 2 in 3 reading group participants (65%. 2 days ago Other types of encounter groups are formed from different perspectives on the therapist’s role and the goals or orientation of the whole group, but the generic type was a means of increasing self-awareness by talking about self within the group and addressing.
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The groups they included in their research were variously described as: 1/ Traditional NTL (T-groups), 2/ Encounter Groups (Personal Growth Groups), 3/ Gestalt Groups, 4/ Sensory Awareness Groups (Esalen Groups), 5.
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Volume I: Evolution of the Encounter Group Mullen explores the evolution of encounter groups beginning with the first groups created by Synanon founder Chuck Dederich in the s.
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Leiberman, M., Yalom, I., and Miles, M. “Impact on participants,” New Perspectives on Encounter Groups, Solomon and Berzon, Jossey-Bass, Inc., pp.Yalom, I., and Moffat, S.
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