Annotated Bibliography Literature Review

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Annotated Bibliography
Allisha Bass
CED 605
Delta State University Annotated Bibliography
Larkin, R., & Thyer, B. A. (1999). Evaluating cognitive–behavioral group counseling to improve elementary school students ' self-esteem, self-control, and classroom behavior. Behavioral Interventions, 14(3), 147-161. Students who are behaviorally disruptive within class pose difficulty for teachers, administrative staff members, and are more likely to be imitated by other students within the classroom. In some cases, children meet criteria for psychiatric assistance (i.e. conduct disorder or oppositional defiant disorder) which may lead to a mental health referral. Some researchers suggest there is a noticeable difference in children with high
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(2003). The Impact of Culture on Group Behavior: A Comparison of Three Ethnic Groups. Journal of Counseling & Development, 81(2), 208. The authors of this article focus on how a person’s culture impacts group counseling. A major implication is realizing the importance of not over generalizing a particular ethnic group. Self-disclosure which is a major component of group counseling may impose on a particular group traditions and values. This counseling group consists of adolescents and takes place for eight months, forty-five minutes per session, for a total of fifteen sessions.
After the study is done on Jewish, Moslem, Druze researchers discover the Moslem, a group of people who others view as materialistic and place little focus on social relationship, disclose more within the group sessions. Druze on the other hand, who looks down on socializing with anyone younger than themselves disclose the most about themselves in group counseling. This research explains the importance of understanding the group members’ world-views and realizing group counseling is needed. Whether a client has reservations or not he/she will gain from the group counseling
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Holistic Wellness focuses on improving and building strengths, incorporating communication with others, and integrating body stability, emotional stability, and logical stability. Participants within this study are 9th-10th grade girls who attend an alternative school in the southeastern region of the United States. There are a total of 10 participants (2 African-American and 8 European-American). Students are ask to take the Wheel of Wellness (WEL) test. After taking the test, students will find an area of interest and work towards making the necessary changes for

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