N.5 - Adult in the childs and adolescents group

The therapist, an adult seeking his place in the group

Abstract

This article describes the role of the therapist within groups of children, highlighting the natural tendency of recent research and aggregation of peer relationships. The creative potential that arises from this type of relationship proves a useful tool for growth and acquisition of skills management and troubleshooting tasks and in particular the peer group reveals an important relationship context and can stimulate the creative aspects and development, to a greater extent than in relationships with adults in the family. The therapist in the group will tend to try to take this attitude, reassuring but not proactive, in order to stimulate free expression and respect of children within the group

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