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“Facing Up to Violence” Groups
“Facing up to violence” groups
The Value of Group Counseling for Changing Violent Behavior

Group counseling is an economical way of providing a service for a number of young people at the same time. It economizes on counselor time, and it also makes it possible for young people to learn from each other, rather than from direct individual experience. Adolescents, especially, are known to be influenced by the views of their peers, and group counseling makes use of the relational influences that young people can have on ...

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