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By: Sandro M. Sodano, Wendy M. Guyker, Janice L. DeLucia-Waack, Heather E. Cosgrove, David L. Altabef & Brian S. Amos

In: Handbook of Group Counseling & Psychotherapy

Chapter 13: Measures of Group Process, Dynamics, Climate, Behavior, and Outcome: A Review

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Measures of Group Process, Dynamics, Climate, Behavior, and Outcome: A Review
Measures of group process, dynamics, climate, behavior, and outcome: A review
Sandro M. SodanoWendy M. GuykerJanice L. DeLucia-WaackHeather E. CosgroveDavid L. AltabefBrian S. Amos

The question is no longer “Is group therapy effective?” but instead “What makes groups effective?” “Sufficient empirical evidence exists to conclude that group is an effective modality” (Burlingame, 2010, p. 1). The focus in group research and practice has expanded to include interventions and processes that create change. Thus, assessment measures related to group are being developed to measure these mechanisms of change that Yalom and Leszcz (2005) call “therapeutic factors.” Leading group theorists have long hypothesized that process variables such as group climate, dynamics, and therapeutic factors contribute to change ...

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