group session

group session

A UK term for a session of care in which two or more patients are treated together by one or more members of staff from the same discipline, or jointly by members of staff from more than one discipline.
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Therapy sessions cost from pounds 12 for 20 minutes to pounds 35 per hour, pounds 40 for a group session.
and ex-employees, if possible, for an informal focus group session.
Patients will participate in a small group session facilitated by a licensed cosmetologist and will receive a makeup gift pack to take home.
On February 1, 2003, we met with a group of Georgia high school public safety educators for a full day focus group session.
There will be a group session for young people with an ex-substance user.
envoy Joseph DeTrani will return Saturday from Beijing following meetings on preparations for the next round of working group session.
During the first group session, the 16 students were administered a test anxiety exposure hierarchy based on the work by Kennedy and Doepke (1999).
Your local bookstore also remains a valuable resource for printed advice to supplement the guidance you obtain from a live, one-on-one or group session.
As a result of this successful focus group session, three children (two of which were from the original focus group) were invited to the Tri-State Conference in New York to offer their points of view to camp owners and directors about what they liked and disliked about camp marketing materials (i.
All users, or potential users, of SMDS services are also invited to join the SMDS Interest Group session.
For example, teachers were required to allow students to leave class to attend a group session in the same way they excused students to participate in a sporting event without counting them absent from class.
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