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Love and Life: Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model Group Intervention for Adolescent Girls and Yougn Women Ages 12-18 (G-TREM), Third Edition
Harris, Maxine, PhD and Rebecca Wolfson Berley (Eds)
Community Connections Inc / Coil or Looseleaf / 2005-08-01 / X81803
Trauma / Women's Issues
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53 pages
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The Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model group treatment intervention for women has been adapted to suit the struggles of teenagers. The leaders' manual, Love and Life: G-TREM, for working with girls ages 12-18 in groups, was most recently revised in Summer 2005 and is 16 sessions in length with a structured topic for each session. The learning approaches and overall tone accommodates the learning style and the special concerns and interests of adolescent girls. Each session includes a clinical rationale to orient group leaders to the topic, a rationale in every-day language to share with girls to introduce the session topic, goals, icebreakers and experiential exercises, and questions to facilitate discussion.

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