Addiction Psychoeducational Group Summary of Articles & Reflection Paper

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(Summary of Articles + Reflection)

(4 Peer Reviewed Articles should be chosen)

(2-4 Pages, Double Spaced, APA Format)

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Subject: Addiction Psychoeducational Group


Locate and read 4 peer reviewed/scholarly articles about a addiction psychoeducational group.

If you cannot find anything on the addiction related group, then look more generally for the type of group (psychoeducation, skills development, etc.) .The articles can be on anything related to the group (e.g. leadership, content specific type of groups and their effectiveness, comparison of groups, etc.).

Be sure to write up a summary of the article in your own words and then offer a reflection of how this article may help you in your future work in addictions as a group counselor.

In alpha order list the articles and under each article write the summary and reflection.

  • Write an annotated bibliography in APA format with these 4 articles. Each annotation should be at least 5-7 sentences per article minimum. Your content should be 2-4 pages.

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Explanation & Answer

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Running head: ADDICTION PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL GROUP

Addiction Psych Educational Group
Author’s Name
Institutional Affiliation
Date

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ADDICTION PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL GROUP

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Addiction Psych Educational Group
Brook, D. W. (2018). Group Psychotherapy of Substance Abuse. International Journal of
Group

Psychotherapy, 68(2), 230-236.
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1556035X.2017.1348280?src=recsys
In his article, Brook (2018) has provided a detailed discussion on psychotherapy groups

in drug abuse. According to Brook (2018) group psychotherapy is the most common form of
treatment used in treating addictive issues and disorders. The author suggests that there are fewer
articles that have addressed how group psychotherapies work and how they help individuals with
addictive disorders. The psychotherapy groups enable the patients to relate and connect. This is
because; the patients or clients in the group are all working on being free from a particular form
of addiction or issue. In group therapies, the counsellor or the therapist also plays the role of
being an instructor. The article will be useful in formulating the definition and group therapies
and identifying its elements. The article will be relevant in carrying out future research after
determining the gap that exists in the present research of group psychoeducation and what can be
done to reduce the gap.
Brown, N. W. (2018). The power and promise of psychoeducational gr...


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