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Unit 4222-313 Implement therapeutic group activities (HSC 3008)

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|Learning | |Assessor’s Comments | |Outcomes |Written Questions | | |Question |Explain how participating in therapeutic group activities can benefit an individual’s identity, self-esteem and | | | |well-being | | |Answer | | | |Unit 313 | | | |HSC 3008 |Being in a group normalises things. It puts together people with similar problem. They feel that they are not the | | |LO 1.1 |only one with this issue and consequently feel less lonely and feel more reassured. | | | | | | | |Also individuals in the group can encourage each other. They can share different approaches to solving frequently | | | |encountered problems. They understand each other because they have been through the same thing or similar things. | | | |They can identify with each other but at the same time each individual also comes to a better understanding of their | | | |own identity. Once you understand more about your own identity you are more likely to be able to work on it, accept | | | |it and be proud of it which directly impacts on your well being. | | | | | | | |Group therapy attempts to give individuals a safe and comfortable place where they can work out problems and | | | |emotional issues. Patients gain insight into their own thoughts and behaviour and can offer suggestions and support | | | |to others. In addition patients who have a difficult time with interpersonal relationships can benefit from the | | | |collective communications that are a basic part of the group therapy experience giving them self esteem and | | | |well-being. | | | | | | | | | | | |...
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