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(p. 380) Conducting Psychoeducational Groups 

(p. 380) Conducting Psychoeducational Groups
(p. 380) Conducting Psychoeducational Groups

Gary M. Burlingame

and Sean Woodland

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date: 25 June 2021

Chapter 79 details suggestions for conducting psychoeducational groups (PEGs), including 10 characteristics associated with successful PEGs, and steps in forming and conducting a PEG.

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