Helping Others Through Teamwork: A Handbook for Professionals, Volume 1

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CWLA Press, 2002 - Education - 170 pages
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Helping Others Through Teamwork was written to help practitioners who work on interdisciplinary teams understand the true nature of the team approach. In a light, nonjargon style, the author addresses the use of teamwork in all helping fields -- child care, education, social work, physical therapy, counseling, and specialized therapies.

The second edition of this popular book includes new information on teamwork and new strategies on how to achieve team goals in human services and education. The new edition also provides a training workbook including masters for overhead presentations and team exercises for use in team building and in teaching teamwork skills.

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Contents

Interdisciplinary Frustration and Conflict
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Familiar Territory
13
The Total Team Model
21
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