Facilitating psychoeducational groups for court-referred clients is rewarding, lucrative, and sometimes challenging. Over the last 15 years, facilitating as many as 9 groups a week, I’ve identified seven keys that will make your life easier and your counseling interventions more effective.
Remember when you work with court referrals, you have two customers: the clients and the courts. With both, success depends on a light touch and some firm boundaries.
Seven Keys to Facilitating Psychoeducational Group Treatment for Court-Referred Clients will assist you to
- Help court-referred clients to avoid recidivism
- Assist people in creating orderly lives when they’ve lived long in chaos
- Develop your own counseling curriculum for your groups
- Enjoy the feeling of success
- Make a good income in your therapy practice
- Fight against domestic violence, drunk driving, and other antisocial behaviors
Here also I give you details of four personal characteristics that can make you a winner in your therapy practice: High energy, self-disclosure, affirmation, and right thinking.
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