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 Students will plan a social work group of their choosing, based on experience, interest, or perceived need. The areas for planning and headers for sections of the paper include the following.

  1. Needs Assessment: Assess the needs of an identified population.
  2. Purpose: Identify the problem to be addressed and draft a succinct, one-sentence, memorable purpose statement, easily understood and repeated by group participants.
  3. Composition: Consider who would be best served by the group, how potential members will be located.
  4. 4. Pre-group contacts: Discuss how you will reach out to and persuade potential members to join the group.
  5. Structure: Explain how the group sessions will be organized and structured, including methods to engage group members in session participation.
  6. Content: Clarify what the content of sessions will include and how you will engage diversity and difference among group participants.
  7. Agency context: Evaluate whether the agency/organization already has a group work service and if so, how this group will fit with the agency’s mission and other groups offered? If the agency/organization does not already have a group work service, what might be potential resistance to adding your group? How will you manage the resistance?

8. Summarize and conclude