Groups: Process and Practice
Cengage Learning, Nov 25, 2008 - Psychology - 496 pages
Drawing on their extensive clinical experience in working with groups, Marianne, Gerald, and new co-author Cindy Corey provide a realistic approach to the blending of theory with practice in group work. This best-selling text has been updated with new examples, guidelines, insights, and an enhanced diversity perspective that demonstrate how group leaders can apply the basic issues and key concepts of the group process to a variety of groups. Offering up-to-date coverage of both the what is and the how to of group counseling, the Eighth Edition is up to date with the latest research, ethical guidelines, and practices to ensure student success both in the classroom and after it.
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