140. Group Cohesion and Self Efficacy: Findings from Current Research
Behavioral & Mental Health
Group Cohesion and Self Efficacy: Findings from Current Research. David Pooler, PhD, MSSW; Rob Rogers, PhD, MSSW; Natalie Qualls, LMSW. This session will present current findings from a study of group effectiveness at a central Texas inpatient addiction treatment program. Research found that group cohesion impacts the self-efficacy of group members. Self-efficacy, the belief that one can change, is a catalyst for change in the addiction recovery process.
NASW Texas Chapter
810 W. 11th Street | Austin, TX 78701-2010
Ph: 512.474.1454 | Fax: 512.474.1317