This article is an initial description of a meaningful and valuable clinical experience in interacting with SARS home-quarantined college students in a support group in Taiwan. Information about SARS and home quarantine, the tasks of the Counseling Centers and group work after the SARS outbreak, the support group for home-quarantined members, the observation of support group processes, the therapeutic factors for the SARS home-quarantined support group, and limitations and further recommendations are discussed.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Social Psychology
- Developmental and Educational Psychology