Theme-Centered Interactional Groups

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Publisher: Fideli Publishing

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The Theme-Centered Interactional (TCI) system of group leading has its roots in psychoanalytic group therapy, teaching, and communications theory. One to TCI’s main theses is that individuals learn, grow, and heal best when they are totally involved, this means they are thinking, sensing, feeling, and intuiting within a milieu that aims at keeping these functions in balance. Based on humanistic premises, TCI is a cooperative rather than competitive approach to group interaction aimed at promoting personal growth and creativity as participants meet for the avowed purpose of sharing their ongoing thoughts and feelings about a previously agreed-upon theme. (12 pp.)

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