Social Work with Groups: A Process Model

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Longman, 1997 - Political Science - 332 pages
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Social Work with Groups provides a highly accessible skills- and theory-based framework for facilitating social work practice with groups. The field-tested, “skill model” of Trust, Autonomy, Closeness, Interdependence, and Separation shows students how to facilitate a group process suitable for diverse client populations and problems.

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Contents

Basic Premises
3
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
17
GENERALIST PERSPECTIVE AND PRACTICE
33
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About the author (1997)

Richard Stevenson was born in Victoria, B.C. in 1952 and has lived in Western Canada and Nigeria. A college English professor by profession, he has taught English, Canadian and African Literature, Creative writing and other courses in high schools and colleges. A former Editor-in-Chief of Prism International, his own reviews and poems have appeared in numerous magazines, anthologies and journals in Canada, U.S. and overseas. He lives in Lethbridge, Alberta.

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