Five Group Dynamics in Team Ministry
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Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling
Considers how five dynamics which are characteristics of groups apply to a ministerial team. Focuses on the importance and structure of the team meeting, how a team goes through the stages of group formation and development, the influence of the family of origin and transference dynamics among the members of a team, the psychodynamics of projective identification and scapegoating, and the healing of a fractured team.
Kelley, J. T.
(1994). Five Group Dynamics in Team Ministry. Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling, 48(2), 118-130.
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