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Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008. Cases of gatherings. Loss supportDisease-coordinated (malignancy, HIV)Caregiver support (Alzheimer\'s, cancer)Substance misuse supportDomestic violenceOffendersScripture studySupport for social insurance professionalsChaplain peer supportDepartmental work bunch.
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Directing Group Process by Facilitation Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, MA, CT Harriet Lane Compassionate Care Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center Baltimore, MD September 11, 2008

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Examples of gatherings Bereavement bolster Disease-coordinated (malignancy, HIV) Caregiver support (Alzheimer\'s, growth) Substance manhandle bolster Domestic viciousness Offenders Scripture think about Support for medicinal services experts Chaplain peer bolster Departmental work assemble Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Responding to Suffering I wish I could demonstrate you, when you are desolate or in murkiness, the surprising light of your own being. - Hafiz Everystockphoto.com Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Group Process Therapeutic components Instillation of trust Altruism Cohesiveness Guidance Identification Inter-individual learning (information and yield) Self-comprehension Universality Catharsis Yalom , The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy, 2005 (5 th version). Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Group Process Support versus psycho instructive versus self improvement gatherings Support bunches concentrate more on "common guide"; psycho instructive gatherings make progress toward behavioral or social change Support bunches have an expert pioneer; self improvement gatherings don\'t Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Role of Facilitator Establish a "Generous Space" Set a tolerating; nonjudgmental tone Manage time Establish aggregate guidelines Encourage sharing Challenge when suitable Be mindful of your own vulnerabilities Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Group Facilitation Skills Skill of Silence Skill of Connecting Group Members Skill of Differentiation Skill of Identifying Common Themes Skill of Developing Group Rituals Skill of Developing Group Cohesion Adapted from The Dougy Center Facilitator Skills Manual, The Dougy Center, The National Center for Grieving Children and Their Families Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Group Format Target gathering of people foundation or group? Screening or "simply appear"? Willful or required? Open finished or time constrained? Organized substance or free-stream sharing? Charge or free? Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Essential Communication Skills Reflect substance or sentiments Paraphrase Clarify Open-finished inquiries Metacommunication Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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. Shaping Storming Norming Performing Adjourning Tuckman, BW & Jensen, MA. (1977) Stages of little gathering advancement returned to. Amass and Organizational Studies. Phases of Group Development Freedigitalphotos.net Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Roadblocks Attendance Resistance Non members Murphy\'s law for groups (Palmer) "The discussion hoard" "The exhortation supplier" "The comparer" ??? Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Resources National Catholic Ministry to the Bereaved: Ministry of Consolation Training Manual www.griefwork.org Wolfelt, Alan. Step by step instructions to Start and Lead a Bereavement Support Group, Companion Press. The Dougy Center, The National Center for Grieving Children www.dougy.org Hughes, Patricia. Charitable Space , Center for Ethical Leadership Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Resources The Journal for Specialists in Group Work , Routledge Press Association for Specialists in Group Work: Best Practice Guidelines 2007 Revisions distributed in The Journal for Specialists in Group Work , June 2008. Trainings through national affiliations: Suicide counteractive action, tumor, HIV Trainings through nearby associations: Hospice programs, group outreach programs Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Implications from Bereavement Research "All he ever does is work." "I can\'t remain to see her cry." Grief Coping Styles Intuitive: Process-arranged, concentrate on sentiments, adapt by expressive methodologies Instrumental: Task-situated, concentrate on musings, adapt by behavioral methodologies Dissonant: Unable to react inside specific style Doka, K. ( 2000) Men Don\'t Cry… Women Do. Bruner/Mazel. Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Implications from Bereavement Research "Everybody reveals to me I ought to join a care group to discuss my sentiments." Effects of revelation of feelings No proof that divulgence encourages alteration (spousal misfortune) Some confirmation that educating instrumental mourners feeling centered methods/instinctive mourners issue centered procedures is useful Parkes, CM. (2002) "Melancholy: lessons from the past, dreams for what\'s to come." Death Studies. Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Implications from Bereavement Research "I don\'t know why you say farewell, I make proper acquaintance… *" Continuing bonds Shift in distress show from disjoining the connection to the expired to developing sound proceeding with bonds Continuing bonds bolster practices and states of mind of collaboration and help conquer wretchedness, outrage and hatred *Browning, D. Advancements in End-of-Life Care , 2001. Klass, D. Proceeding with Bonds: New Understandings of Grief, 1996 . Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Grief and the Health Care Professional Model for medicinal services experts Grief can be identified with: Loss of association with youngster Identification with guardians\' torment Loss of suppositions about perspective Previous, uncertain misfortunes (or future foreseen) Personal mortality Loss of feeling of uprightness, expert desires Papadatou, D. (2000) "A proposed model of wellbeing experts\' lamenting procedure." Omega. 41(5), 59-77 . Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Grief and the Health Care Professional Interventions Clinical bolster Information Emotional bolster Meaning-production Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Outcomes Do those served develop as people; do they, while being served, turned out to be more advantageous, smarter, more liberated, more independent, more probable themselves to end up workers? - Robert Greenleaf, Servant Leadership freedigitalphotos.net Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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Guiding Group Process Part of a thorough, multifaceted arrangement for bolster Take preferred standpoint of existing assets Partner with group associations Be mindful of your own vulnerabilities Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, Harriet Lane Compassionate Care, Johns Hopkins Children\'s Center September 11, 2008

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