By Alan D. Wolfelt PhD
This consultant to facilitating aid teams deals bereavement caregivers functional options for growing and keeping a effective surroundings for mourners. Logistical issues resembling establishing and publicising a brand new workforce are mentioned, as is the significance of pre-screening new participants. tips for making a set of floor principles are supplied, and the professionals and cons of making dependent and unstructured conferences are thought of. Responding constructively to difficulties within the crew can also be mentioned, with precious, time-proven types supplied for comparing crew and person growth.
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Interactions among members become more intense and emotional. 37 The Understanding Your Grief Support Group Guide At this point, you as leader may have to become more supportively confrontive with problem members who try to detour the group from its primary purposes. Also during this phase, group members may begin to work more actively on helping themselves and others learn new ways of coping with the absence of the person who died. Leadership roles during this phase include: • • • • • continuing to model listening, openness, and caring.
Empathetic responsiveness requires the ability to go beyond factual detail and to become involved in the other person's feeling world, but always with the "as if" quality of taking another's role without personally experi23 The Understanding Your Grief Support Group Guide encing what the other person experiences. (If you actually experienced the same emotions as the person you are trying to help, you would be over-involved. ) To have empathy for another person does not constitute the direct expression of one's own feelings, but rather focuses exclusively on the feelings expressed by another, thereby conveying an understanding of them.
Invites group members to share observations of a particular member and offer support and encouragement. Individual members learn how others perceive them. Empowers members who offer supportive observations. 27 The Understanding Your Grief Support Group Guide 28 Skill Group Members’ Response Outcome Expected Reflecting feelings: Expressing in fresh words the essential feelings, stated or implied, of the person. Helps the member and others to bring feelings into clearer awareness. Gives the member the message that you and the group accept his or her feelings.