QUESTION 1: ESSAY
You are required to prepare an and legal issues in group counselling, and forming a group. Support your arguments/ideas with relevant examples and a review of related literature from reputable sources.
1. Yalom and Leszcz (2005) cautions that the following individuals are not suitable for group counselling, they are – hostile people, people who are facing extreme crisis, and highly paranoid people. Analyse why these individuals are not suitable for group counselling.
2. Not all groups are composed of clients or members who have chosen to be there. Some groups were formed because of obligations to the mandatory requirements. But can involuntary groups like that be successful? Propose several ways for involuntary groups to be successful.
3. One of the challenging parts of group counselling exercises is maintaining confidentiality, especially when it involves many people, usually 6 to 12 group members. As a group leader, explain how would you promote confidentiality among of your group members.
QUESTION 2: ESSAY
You are required to prepare an essay regarding forming a group counselling. Support your arguments/ideas with relevant examples and a review of related literature from reputable sources
School students now are facing a lot of difficulties. After several months of , they have to begin this month by as normal. Some of them are still having some trouble communicating with their friends since before this, during the MCO period, they met their friends only through WhatsApp and . As a school counsellor, you were asked by the school administrators to conduct a group counselling session for a group of Form 2 students who were selected to stay in the school hostel. Design a flow of work that you are going to take in conducting the .
QUESTION 1: ESSAY