Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 1992 - Group counseling - 199 pages
A source book of group techniques which explores the place and the usefulness of techniques as well as their abuse. The authors hope to stimulate creativity in the reader's approach to group work and to encourage group leaders to develop their own therapeutic styles.
2 pages matching Adlerian in this book
Results 1-2 of 2
What people are saying - Write a review
Use of Physical Techniques
19 other sections not shown
afraid appropriate ASGW ask members avoid aware become begin behavior bers bring Brooks/Cole California State University catharsis cerns challenge chapter clients co-leaders concerns conflict confrontation Corey counseling cultural deal decide describe develop difficult members discuss dream effective emotional encourage members evaluate example exercise expect explore express fear feedback feelings focus focusing Gestalt therapy getting give go-around goals Group counselors group experience group leaders group members group process group psychotherapy group session Group Techniques group therapy help members important individual initial stage introduce techniques involved issues lead leader can ask material meeting Michael Russell niques open group opportunity Pacific Grove parents participants person potential practice problems professional psychodrama Questions and Activities reactions reality therapy resistance responsibility role share situation someone Specialists in Group specific suggest talk tech tell therapeutic therapist therapy things tion trust typically