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Group Counseling Proposal
Transcript of Group Counseling Proposal
Look into why they are a "bully"
Learn how to affectingly communicate
Find alternative ways to express self
Provide students with stratigies to successfuly assimulate back into classroom Group Format Session Topics
and Techniques Structure Bibliography Aluede, O., Adeleke, F., Omoike, D., & Afen-Akpaida, J. (2008). A review of the extent, nature, characteristics, and effects of bullying behavior in schools. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 2008(35).
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Perkins, H.W., Craig, D.W., & Perkins, J.M. (2011). Using social norms to reduce bullying: A research intervention among adolescents in five middle schools. Group Process and Intergroup Relations. 14(5): 703-722 Group Counseling for Bullies in Sioux City School District There will be about 10 members in the group (Corey, Corey, & Corey).
2 Students per School Location Frequency Length Duration Sessions Our Proposal Group Counseling for Students who are Bullies 6th Graders
Male and Female
Sioux City School District Why Bullies? Why Group Counseling for Bullies
and not the victims? Leadership Qualifications Risks having a group of bullies Recruiting and Screening Partially Voluntary
Discuss with administration
Other option to detention/suspension Survey and Referrals from School Counselors, Teachers, and administration Email and contact school
administration Interview with Students Face-to-Face
Attitudes and Feelings
Survey private and neutral
safe and comfortable 45 minute sessions
Keep interest and attention Twice a week at first
Time of day depends on members
After school The full semester Big problem in all schools
Affects everyone Proper Training
Extensive adolescents counseling background
Suggest a male
Knowledge of the Sioux City School District Source of the problem
Usually focus on victims
Educate and Prevent Begin with Jacobs 2nd starting technique
Work toward discussion-based
Implement purpose, norms and expectations Correcting misinterpreted social norms
sentence completion, check-ins, scale of 1-10
Microcosm and Role-Playing