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Member to member learning in a therapeutic enactment group Bailey, Bruce
This study examines the influence of member to member learning in a Therapeutic Enactment group. Using the lens of Bandura’s (1986) Social Cognitive Theory this study utilizes this theoretical framework to examine the extent members have influenced and do influence each other’s therapeutic change process. Using Yalom’s (1985) work on group process as a base and incorporating the elements he has identified as necessary for therapeutic change the study examines the factors as they relate to the change process. Fourteen individuals participated in a therapeutic enactment based on a model Westwood & Wilensky (2005) developed using Moreno’s (1946) initial work. This is a qualitative study utilizing content analysis and Mayring’s (2000) model as the methodological approach.
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