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This article provides an existential approach to group counseling that supports and assists caregivers of Alzheimer's clients. Presented is a brief look at the nature of Alzheimer's Disease, relevant findings on stress levels and emotional states of family members who takecare of Alzheimer's clients, several key concepts of the existential approach to group counseling, and lastly, some tips for group leaders.

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McGlothlin, J., & Hall, S. E. (2003). Group Counseling for the Family Caregivers of Alzheimer's Clients: An Existential Approach, Dimensions of Counseling, 31(1), 25-31. doi:10.22237/mijoc/1044057840





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