An Introduction to Group Work Practice
The third edition includes a sharper focus on generalist practice and on typologies which illustrate group work practice (both treatment groups and task groups) at the micro, meso, and macro level. Additions include a new chapter on leadership and diversity, and new material on confidentiality, tele
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Understanding Group Dynamics
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accomplish achieve agency agenda asked assessment behavior bers brainstorming Chapter clients coalition cognitive cognitive restructuring cohesion concerns conflict contract cultural decision delegate council describe discussion effective encourage members environment evaluation example experience facilitate feedback feelings focus groups focused goals group development group dynamics group interaction group leader group meetings group members group processes Group Psychotherapy group treatment group work practice group workers help members help the group Hispanic ideas identify important increase influence interaction patterns interpersonal intervention issues leadership Meichenbaum membership ment methods middle stage monitoring needs norms organization parliamentary procedure participation particular problem problem-solving procedures program activities responsibility role plays self-disclosure session share situations skills small groups social exchange theory social service solving specific sponsoring strategies structure suggests support groups synectics task groups techniques therapy tion Toseland treatment groups treatment plans worker should help Yalom York