mutual support group

mutual support group

a type of group in which members organize to solve their own problems. It is led by the group members themselves, who share a common goal and use their own strengths to gain control over their lives.
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SISTER EDGE TIME now to fork over the Three Sisters bed, where sweet corn, squashes and beans have been growing together in a mutual support group.
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Despite these familiar arguments circling in my head, this year my response is different than in past years, thanks in part to a wonderful practice-building and business-development mutual support group that began in our area.
Because of this, flexibility has been built into the program to allow group leaders to structure a Problem-Solving Mutual Support Group between group lessons.
The opening two chapters in this collection study delays in seeking psychiatric care among people with schizophrenia in Bali and the benefits and limitations of a mutual support group for Chinese family caregivers of people with schizophrenia.
Children have developed friendships with their peers, and likewise with parents--which provided a mutual support group for children managing their weight.
Now they are being urged to get in touch so a mutual support group can be formed in the city.
The author invites fellow survivors from her compartment to recuperate at her villa but their mutual support group is disrupted when the no-nonsense uncle of one of them, an orphaned American girl, comes to collect her.
It is estimated that more than 25 million people have participated in some type of self-help or mutual support group (Kessler, Mickelson, & Zhao, 1997).
The stable of waiters form a mutual support group for one another, with Jack as the mother hen.
Because the experience of spouses is different from the experience of parents of persons with brain injury they may benefit from a mutual support group exclusively for spouses.
The exhumation began after activists from GAM, the Mutual Support Group for Families of the Disappeared, convinced residents they identify the gravesite and demand exhumation.