Group counseling for the resistant client: a practical guide to group process
This concise, practical guidebook helps group therapy leaders deal effectively with resistant clients. Using the techniques of Reality Therapy and Rational-Emotive Therapy, the authors show how group process can keep the group focused on issues, model mutual respect and responsibility, and teach essential life skills.
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