Student: Lashanda M. Thompson, BSW
Class: SWRK 605-01, Social Work Practice with Groups
Instructor: Dr. Carla Fagan, Ph.D, ACSW
Institution: Fayetteville State University
Date: March 21, 2015
People grow in interaction with many systems, such as school systems, neighborhood systems, and extended family systems. These systems offer a needed source of social support. Social support systems are continuing social aggregates that provide individuals with opportunities for feedback about themselves and for validations for their expectations about others, which may offset deficiencies in these communications within the larger community context (Ashford, Lecroy, & Lortie, 2001).
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Meeting Interactions During and After Meeting Compare and Contrast
X Is there a discussion of the interactions that took place during the meeting? X Is there a discussion of the interactions that took place after the meeting?
Are the interactions during and after the meeting compared and contrasted? No
Duration/Length of the Meeting
X Is the length of time the group met/is scheduled to meet included in the writer’s discussion?
Does the writer discuss how often the group meets and the topic/themes of discussion scheduled for each meeting? Only stated that the leader said what the topic would be for the next meeting but you didn’t state what it was.
Theory Supporting the Group
Does the writer include content on a theory that supports this type of group? No
Does the writer include literature about this theory? No
Leadership & Dynamics of the Group
X Does the writer include a discussion of the leadership style of the person conducting the meeting? Does the writer include an analysis of twelve-step recovery groups based on this group and the literature? This content was limited and/or