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PLANNING SESSION: To plan activities together with a working group

GOALS: Motivation – Participation – Inclusion - Empowerment – Society Reunification

STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES
• Members take passive role and don´t
• Helps group members to get to know each
participate in the planning nor come to the
other
planned sessions
• Builds inner trust and unity of the group
• Members don´t know what they want to do
• Motivates and activates the group members
• Some members take too dominant role and
• Strengthens social skills

S W the others don´t dare to say anything

OPPORTUNITIES THREATS
• Group members open their minds
and eyes to new possibilities
O T •


Impossible to implement those activities
which group members have planned
Group members don´t bond with each
• The group becomes a self-steering
group other
• Lack of realism in planning
SPORT ACTIVITY: Bowling, frisbee golf etc.
GOALS: Motivation – Participation – Inclusion - Empowerment – Society Reunification

STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES
• Learning a new activity, doing it together
• Everybody’s physical condition is not good
• Playing together might improve group
enough
members’ social skills
• Group members are not motivated to go
• Helps group members to get to know each
anywhere
other


Builds inner trust and unity of the group
Strengthens physical condition S W • Sometimes activity costs

OPPORTUNITIES THREATS
• A new environment helps group members
to see things from a different perspective
O T •

Too difficult activity for participant
In some if the activity areas there is
• Group members’ practical skills get possibility to buy alcohol
better • Weather is always threat id activity is
• helps group members to get a new hobby outside
• Group members don’t like physical
exercise
HIKING TRIP/ PICNIC : Hiking in nature/picnic as a group
GOALS: Motivation – Participation – Inclusion - Empowerment – Society Reunification

STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES
• Helps group members to get to know each • Group members are not motivated to go
other anywhere
• Builds inner trust and unity of the group • All the group members don´t like physical
• Enables discussions in nature exercise
• Nature-based outdoor activities might help • Everybody´s physical condition is not good



to handle difficult topics
Cheap or almost free of charge
Helps to learn about healthy nutrition
S W enough

OPPORTUNITIES
• A new environment helps group
members to see things from a
O T •

TREATHS
Too ambitious plans
The conditions of the environment,
different perspective
• A new healthy diet like weather issues can effect the
plans negatively
• No one shows up if the group has not
planned the activity by themselves
ART THERAPY: Art therapy
GOALS: Motivation – Participation – Inclusion - Empowerment – Society Reunification

STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES
• Safe and supportive environment
• Attention is focused towards one’s • Internal distrust among participants
internal resources of the group
• Stress relief and relaxation • Prejudices against art therapy
• Encourages internal interaction among methods
members of the group


Triggers release of emotions through
action
Develops adequate self-esteem
S W
OPPORTUNITIES THREATS
• Group activities allow to try new
techniques which will help in real
O T •


The therapist cannot influence existing
interaction among group members
Changeability of the participants
life to feel more relaxed, more
creative and spontaneous • Participants are unaware of their
• Wide usage of various techniques problems, do not understand the
(expressive technique, receptive purpose of the activities and
music technique) consequently disturb the classes
SPORTS: Sports and physical activities
GOALS: Motivation – Participation – Inclusion - Empowerment – Society Reunification

STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES
• Versatile exercises to improve physical health • Physical comparison between the
• Promotes understanding of the role of sports peer group members and the
activities in mental and physical health trainer
• Develops attention and concentration • Reassesment of one’s physical
strength and abilities

S W • Regular activities require adequate


space (premises)

OPPORTUNITIES THREATS
• Encourages to learn physical
exercises in order to repeat them in
O T •


Resistance of group members due to
humble or limited physical abilities
Restricted ability to meet hygienic
one’s leisure time
requirements after sports (shower is
• Creates interest about sports
available only at specific times which
activities
do not match with sports activities)
COOKING: Healthy nutrition and cooking
GOALS: Motivation – Participation – Inclusion - Empowerment – Society Reunification

STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES
• Possibility to get information about healthy • Participants would like to have
food (products) this activity more often and for a
• Possibility to try new recipes longer time
• Possibility to get information about cheaper • This activity requires premises
and healthier products with special equipment for
• The classes stimulated desire to cooperate
and socialize within the group during
cooking and preparing food
S W cooking

OPPORTUNITIES
• Information received and skills
obtained will promote healthier
O T •
THREATS
Sometimes the participants could
daily habits when returning back to not fit in the planned time for this
real life activity and this triggered their
anger
RELAXED GROUP SESSION with two psychotherapists
GOALS: Motivation – Participation – Inclusion - Empowerment – Society Reunification

STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES
• Relaxed atmospehere and humor builds trust
• No rules that forces the group members to talk about • It demands the participants to take responsibility
specific topics. for the conversation process themselves
• At the same time, they also can talk about hard and • Some participants are used to lean on a
difficult thought because of the big trust in the group professional or a given topic and are unable to
and the insight that everybody has similar adopt
experiences. • It assumes that participants feel confident enough
• The psychotherapists ensure that the atmosphere is
non-judgmental and everyone’s voice is heard S W to say whether a proposal for activity or subject
does not suit them.


OPPORTUNITIES
Everybody is free to lift up a thought or a topic that
O T •
TREATHS
It demands that you have experienced
starts a process in the group. professionals that know how to get the process
• Though the group sessions takes time at the evening further if it doesn’t start by itself through the
it doesn’t does not compete with other daily participants, or gets stuck on the way.
activities such as work or education • In Sweden, the concept of “evidence-based-work”
is closely related to universal rights to al
treatment. This could be a problem for these kind
of activity.
TOGETHER WITH THE TARGET GROUP: Planning
GOALS: Motivation – Participation – Inclusion - Empowerment – Society Reunification

STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES
• Sometimes we think that these kind of sessions
• Let everybody brainstorm what new things they
could interrupt processes in the group. For example
would like to try
topics that has been lifted that they would like to
• We came over and planned on singing with a choir
continue discussing.
leader who one of the participants knows.
• The suppose with the project is to try different
• We also agreed to go to a cafe as we would like to
activities. A problem can be if they, or someone

S
try out how a relaxed, pleasant environment might
affect our conversations.
W would like to continue this activity with the group
but we need to try some other activity though the
project suppouse tells us so.

OPPORTUNITIES TREATHS


A opportunity to try an other environment
instead of Stickan's premises.
Try to do something like singing that could
O T •

Nobody wants to sing
Nobody feels that they can talk about
personal things in a café environment.
demand a bit courage and at the same
time relaxation.
• Interesting what just hanging out on a café
could do to discussions.
GROUP ACTIVITY: Lecture with Jerker Swandee 2019-02-05
GOALS: Motivation – Participation – Inclusion - Empowerment – Society Reunification

STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES
• Maybe littlie to much how to do and to little
• Get focus on goals in life and how to reach them
dialogue with the group members.
• Build meaningful life through goals end sub-goals.
• Only one perspective.
• Take part of examples of known people who lived
on the basis of this targeted perspective. Among
other things, the attitude that it is often about

S
obstacles but just the right path and how to get up
again and never give up
W
OPPORTUNITIES TREATHS
• A opportunity to focus on one topic and
really dig in to it without other
distractions
O T •

Costs for the lecture
Could make someone to feelThey did
not achieve any goals and therefore
• Relax and listening without demands. are a failed person