Roots and New Frontiers in Social Group Work: Selected Proceedings
Marcos Leiderman, Martin L. Birnbaum, Barbara Dazzo
Haworth Press, 1988 - Social Science - 252 pages
This exciting book captures the rich heritage of social group work and links the origin of social group work to its present and future frontiers. The first 100 years of social group work are celebrated in this volume as social workers address a wide range and diversity of group work, practice, theory, research, and education, with information on health and mental health institutions, substance abuse programs, rehabilitation centers, the correctional system, family service agencies, nursing homes, and other specialized areas including industry, child and spouse abuse, and incest. Roots and New Frontiers in Social Group Work consists of selected proceedings from the Seventh Consecutive Symposium of the Committee for the Advancement of Social Work With Groups sponsored by Rutgers University School of Social Work.
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