Theoretical Group Therapy

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Theoretical Case Study and Group Therapy
When referring to groups, there are several different types, not all are psychotherapeutic groups, there are various types of groups that do not include counseling (Jacobs 2016). Jacobs describes seven different categories of groups, including: education, discussion, task, growth and experiential, counseling and therapy, support, and self-help (Jacobs, 2016, p. 6). A brief review of a theoretical situation will be discussed to evaluate how a counseling and therapy group may benefit the individual in this case study.
The evaluation is that of a man in his mid 30’s who is challenged by retaining employment. He also has difficulties with respect for authority figures; his typical response is that of
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A therapeutic group could provide a safe place for him to express his frustrations and process these frustrations into a more productive response that can facilitate his true-life desires.

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