Group counseling: a preface to its use in correctional and welfare agencies
This book describes group counseling techniques used in state prisons and honors camps since 1954. Pilot studies have indicated the possibility of using similar group procedures with public assistance clients in county welfare departments.
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acceptance adjustment administrative Alcoholics Anonymous American Correctional Association attitudes behavior better California prisons CHAPTER cial clients clinical conduct of group conducting group counseling constructive correctional institutions correctional officers counse counseling group counselor custodial discussed Earl Warren effects emotional employees example experience feelings genuine gram group coun group counseling program group interaction group leader group psychotherapy group therapy honor camps hospital hostility improved individual insti institution or agency interest interpersonal relationships introduction of group jail or prison Korn maturity ment milieu therapy morale non-clinical objectives obstacles offenders parole agents patients penologist penology persons places ployees practical present prison inmates prisons of California probation problems psychiatrist psychological public assistance recognized rectional rehabilitation relationships Sacramento San Quentin seling sessions social agency society staff stitution studies supervision supervisor tional tions treatment institution treatment program tution values of group viewpoint welfare agencies welfare recipients wholesome workers