Citations with the tag: GROUP counseling for children

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  • Group counselling elementary school children who use aggressive behaviours.
    Stewart, John; McKay, Robert // Guidance & Counseling; Autumn95, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p12 

    Describes a group counselling approach to teaching elementary school aged children social skills designed to reduce their use of aggressive behaviors in the school environment. Background consideration; Selection process; Assessing group effectiveness; Description of the sessions; Suggestions...

  • Conflict within a children's group: Suggestions for facilitating its expression and resolution...
    McClure, Bud A.; Miller, Geri A. // School Counselor; Mar92, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p268 

    Features tips for facilitating the expression resolution of conflict within a children's group. Role of conflict in groups; Manifestation of conflict; Strategies for resolving conflict among children; Suggestions for leaders of children's groups; Techniques for creative conflict applications.

  • Group Counseling with Seventh Graders.
    Goodman, Janet C. // Personnel & Guidance Journal; Jun76, Vol. 54 Issue 10, p519 

    Focuses on group counseling with school children. Selection of the students; Personality of the students on the team; Attitudes of the students after the first session; Evaluation of the group.

  • Referral Patterns of Children and Teachers for Group Counseling.
    Wagner, Carol A. // Personnel & Guidance Journal; Oct76, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p90 

    Focuses on referral patterns of children and teachers for group counseling. Development of a method used to acquaint children with group counseling; Techniques of obtaining volunteers for a group counseling service.

  • Helping Children Accept Death and Dying Through Group Counseling.
    Berg, Constance D. // Personnel & Guidance Journal; Nov78, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p169 

    This article suggests that the new wave of openness about death in our culture and the elimination of the death taboo will not be completely accomplished without developing a generalized practice in death counseling with children. A brief historical perspective of research confirms the necessity...

  • Helping children cope with grief.
    Kostreski, Farah // AHA News; 5/15/95, Vol. 31 Issue 20, p7 

    Discusses how bereavement volunteer groups counsel children who have had to suffer the loss of a loved one. Coping with initial hesitance of children to talk about the experience; Lessons that volunteers themselves learn through interaction with bereaved children. INSET: Healing broken hearts..

  • Group counseling for Navy children.
    Mitchum, Nancy Taylor // School Counselor; May91, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p372 

    Discusses school group counseling for children of US Navy servicemen. Effects of the deployment cycle on children's personalities; Pilot study conducted in Norfolk, Virginia; Adjustment of children to the Navy's lifestyle.

  • Evaluation of a group counseling program for preadolescent female victims of incest.
    De Luca, Rayleen V.; Hazen, Andrea; al, et // Elementary School Guidance & Counseling; Dec93, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p104 

    Discusses the effectivity of a group counselling program for American girls who experienced intrafamilial sexual abuse. Symptoms of psychological distress; Measurement of the symptoms; Treatment program modality; Results of the study.

  • The effects of a group counseling intervention on students with behavioral adjustment problems.
    Nelson, J. Ron; Dykeman, Cass // Elementary School Guidance & Counseling; Oct96, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p21 

    Describes an empirically validated group counseling intervention designed to help elementary school children with behavioral adjustment problems. Background on the study; Development of a group counseling intervention; Methods used in the study.

  • Small group counseling with adopted children.
    Kizner, Lori Riefberg // Professional School Counseling; Feb99, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p226 

    Provides an outline developed for a group counseling unit for elementary school children who have joined their families through adoption. Sessions planned for adopted children; Cooperation required from adoptive parents; Objectives for each session.

  • When parents divorce: Assisting teens adjust through a group approach.
    Studer, Jeannine R.; Allton, Judith A. // Guidance & Counseling; Summer96, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p33 

    Discusses factors that have been identified as contributing to concerns that children and adolescents confront when their parents divorce. Use of support groups to help individuals from parental divorce homes; Aim of helping group participants gain an understanding of themselves, their family...

  • Transforming acting-out behavior: A group counseling program for inner-city elementary school...
    Brantley, Lenore S.; Brantley, Paul S. // Elementary School Guidance & Counseling; Dec96, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p96 

    Examines a group counseling project in Michigan with elementary students who exhibit acting-out behaviors. Previous studies on the effectiveness of group counseling; Finding that group intervention can be an effective means to help decrease acting-out behavior; Dependence of the project's...

  • 'The Children's Feedback Game': An Approach for Modifying Disruptive Group Behavior.
    Epstein, Yakov M.; Borduin, Charles M. // American Journal of Psychotherapy; Jan1984, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p63 

    Describes a game which can be used to modify disruptive behavior of latency-age children involved in group interaction. Importance of children's peers in the modification of disruptive behavior; Conceptual basis for the game; Description of the game; Case material illustrating the effect of the...

  • Loss of the Family Unit: Counseling Groups to Help Kids.
    Hammond, Janice M. // Personnel & Guidance Journal; Feb81, Vol. 59 Issue 6, p392 

    Discusses the use of group counseling to help children adjust to the loss of the parental unit through divorce. Increase in divorce rates; Finding that divorce need not have long-range effects on children's development; Advantages of using counseling groups; Group composition; Group goals; Use...

  • Group Counseling with Underarchivers.
    Trotta, Frank; Rouff, Lynne; Daniels, Neal // Education; Feb1967, Vol. 87 Issue 6, p333 

    The article reports on the latest findings and conclusions concerning a project, which they have conducted since 1961, to help bright underachieving pupils by means of group counseling. The project involves a liaison between personnel from a child guidance clinic and those in the school system....

  • Education- lntervention for Underachievers.
    McGlannan, Frances; Barcai, Avner; Umbarger, Carter; Pierce, Thomas W.; Chamberlain, Pamela // Journal of Learning Disabilities; Dec1973, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p615 

    The article focuses on a study designed to improve underachievement in school. Fourth and fifth-grade students from a low socio-economic area participated in the study. Three intervention techniques, group counseling, group remediation and art activity were applied to three different groups of...

  • School Report on Group Counseling.
    Cohn, Benjamin; Sniffen, A. Mead // Personnel & Guidance Journal; Oct62, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p133 

    The article focuses on the need of group counseling in secondary education. Early in the year 1961, a local high school asked the Board of Cooperative Educational Services for assistance in dealing with a group of underachieving seventh grade boys who were demonstrating acting-out behavior. A...

  • A Project in Group counseling In a Junior High School.
    Woal, S. Theodore // Personnel & Guidance Journal; Feb64, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p611 

    The article focuses on a project based on group counseling in a junior high school. This project considers various issues associated with students and endeavors to determine the successfulness of group counseling. The group counseling helps students to reduce failures in subject matter, improve...

  • Blending Native American Spirituality with Individual Psychology in Work with Children.
    Hunter, Darline; Sawyer, Cheryl // Journal of Individual Psychology; Fall2006, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p234 

    The Native American tradition of the harmonious balance of mind, body, and spirit with the natural environment can be blended with pet therapy, nature therapy, and group counseling techniques to assist children to heal the disconnectedness that they feel and act out. This interrelatedness can...

  • At-risk pupils need flexible help.
    Cook, Ben // Regeneration & Renewal; 10/12/2009, p22 

    The article offers information on the career program Careers Scotland Enhanced Resource Pilot which aimed to help the neet school children to identify their career aspirations and apply for jobs in Scotland from August 2006 to June 2008. It mentions that the project is evaluated by Gen and is...

  • The Effects of Short-Term Group Counseling On Prospective Counselors.
    Gazda, George; Ohlsen, Merle // Personnel & Guidance Journal; Apr61, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p634 

    This article focuses on the effects of short term group counseling. According to findings of a study of group of over one thousand teachers, it was concluded that many of these teachers were low-affect and over-controlled people who wanted to learn to live more richly. It was also concluded that...

  • Bedford Stuyvesant's P.S. 83: A School for Healing.
    Wachstein, Sonia // Child Welfare; Dec72, Vol. 51 Issue 10, p650 

    Brooklyn's Public School 83, reestablished in 1968, is especially designed to treat children with emotional, behavioral and learning problems and enable them to return to classes in regular schools. The author believes special schools are preferable to special classes within existing schools.

  • Group Counseling for Children Adopted at Older Ages.
    Cordell, Antoinette S.; Nathan, Cicely; Krymow, Virginia P. // Child Welfare; Mar/Apr85, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p113 

    Children adopted at older ages have special emotional needs and problems that can complicate their development. Counseling groups specifically designed for this population provide these children with opportunities to share with others who have had similar experiences.

  • Guidance for the Disaffected.
    Bellenger, Mary Ellen // Educational Leadership; Feb1963, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p297 

    The article presents information on the role of counseling and guidance in modern education to ease the problems of disaffected school children. It is reported that the U.S. Highline School District has formulated a system of record keeping which is very helpful in pupil's development. This...

  • Rural left-behind children present situation of alienation from school and intervention study-Seeking to improve the alienation from school of rural left-behind children by group psychology counseling.
    Feng-kun Ni // Journal of Chemical & Pharmaceutical Research; 2014, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p2274 

    Many studies show that rural left-behind children and "un-left-children" have significant differences such as psychology, behaviors and learning. In some rural areas, left-behind children have high dropout rate. The article surveyed rural left-children present situation of alienation in Henan...

  • After the Crisis: Using Storybooks to Help Children Cope.
    Smith-D'Arezzo, Wendy // School Library Journal; Sep2010, Vol. 56 Issue 9, p184 

    The article reviews the book "After the Crisis: Using Storybooks to Help Children Cope" by Cathy Grace and Elizabeth F. Shores.

  • Helping At-Risk Students: A Group Counseling Approach for Grades 6-9 (2nd edition).
    Grenz, Stacey // School Social Work Journal; Spring2011, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p101 

    The article reviews the book "Helping At-Risk Students: A Group Counseling Approach for Grades 6-9," 2nd edition, by Jill Waterman and Elizabeth Walker.

  • Belonging in a Group.
    Tuddenham, Read D. // Educational Leadership; Jan1944, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p201 

    There are walls around a youngster's world that make it extremely difficult for grown-ups to see children as other children see them. As teachers, we are inclined to appraise boys and girls in the light of their relationship to adults. That is hardly ever the criterion used by the children...

  • Counseling Group Curriculum for Parents on Bullying.
    Lamanna, John; Shillingford, M. Ann; Parrish, Mary-Frances; Sheffield, Rebecca // Journal of School Counseling; 2010, Vol. 8, p1 

    This article discusses the impact of bullying on K-12 students and the importance of collaborative partnerships between home and school in decreasing the dramatic effects of student bullying behaviors. The authors present a six-week, research-based, small group curriculum specifically developed...

  • The Effect of Group Counseling on Educable Mentally Retarded Boys' Self Concepts.
    Mann, Philip H.; Beaber, James D.; Jacobson, Milton D. // Exceptional Children; Jan1969, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p359 

    The effects of group counseling on the self concepts of young educable mentally handicapped boys were studied, along with the variables of anxiety, deportment and achievement in reading and arithmetic as rated by teachers, attendance, IQ, and age. Results indicated that those who received group...

  • Children With and Without Learning Disabilities: A Comparison of Processes and Outcomes Following Group Counseling.
    Leichtentritt, Judith; Shechtman, Zipora // Journal of Learning Disabilities; Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p169 

    This study compared outcomes and processes in counseling groups of an expressive-supportive modality for children with learning disabilities (LD) and without them (NLD). Participants were 266 students (ages 10-18), all referred for emotional, social, and behavioral difficulties; of these, 123...

  • When Kids Lose Parents in Our War in Iraq.
    Hardy, Lawrence // Education Digest; Dec2006, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p10 

    The article focuses on the issue of children of United States military personnel losing parents in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Military children are said to be resilient, and are used to long separations from their parents. A representative of The Military Child Education Coalition states...

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