Name Course Title Assignment Title Psycho-Educational Group leadership for Domestic Violence Victims Supportive groups create an ideal forum for educational learning for psycho-groups especially for victims of domestic violence. Being social beings group dynamics provide us with the opportunities to enhance our social skills by learning from others developing confidence practicing by engaging others and improving our self-esteem mastery skills. In the Psycho-group setting the leadership must create an enabling environment for victims to interactions within the group. Works Cited “Empowerment Series: Social Work with Groups: Comprehensive Practice and Self-Care 10th Edition.” Empowerment Series: Social Work with Groups: Comprehensive Practice and Self-Care 10th Edition - Cengage cengage.com Chen Mei-whei and Christopher Rybak. Group leadership skills: Interpersonal process in group counseling and therapy. SAGE Publications 2017. Marta Suzie Lyle E. Leritz and Michael D. Mumford. "Leadership skills and the group performance: Situational demands behavioral requirements and planning." The Leadership Quarterly 16.1 (2005): 97-120. [...]
I need a 1-page no more than 2 on the skills needed to lead a Psycho-Educational Group for Domestic Violence Victims. Don't forget to include basic group leadership skills.