Meaning, it is their responsibility to make their tenants comfortable at all times. This is done by providing a clean and hygienic environment and ensuring that there is adequate security within and without the apartment (Fischer, 2012).
Although each of these parties is expected to honor their pledges, cases of conflicts have erupted as a result of inevitable failure. Many tenants have, on several occasions, complained about poor living conditions in their apartments. These have been blamed on the apartment owners who are often accused of laxity and negligence. Besides, they have been blamed for being irresponsible and breaching the agreements made. Such instances have caused a lot of tension between these people to an extent that they have disagreed and engaged in a fierce duel. While this happens, the tenants blame the landlord or landlady for failing to execute their duties of providing them with good living conditions.
The psycho-education group is exclusively aimed at a group of tenants who are protesting the poor living conditions in their apartment. As a matter of fact, the apartment owners should always be ready to cater for the welfare of their tenants. However, this is not always the case since many apartments are not properly managed thus exposing the lives of the tenants to different sorts of either physical or psychologically inflicted danger (Kanas, 2005). Therefore, to resolve such a problem, tenants have to be mobilized and educated to come up and advocate for their liberation. Hence, it is clear that this will be a closed group targeting the troubled tenants who are willing to be supported in a protest against such maltreatments.
It would be a closed ended group because it is strategically designed. Meaning, it would be operating in preplanned time schedule right from the beginning up to the end. Each and every activity to be performed would be logically deciphered and put to task. In other words, it would have affixed time