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Group Work : A Counseling Specialty

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3rd
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9780138755430

ISBN10:
0138755434
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/1999
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall
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Summary

The fourth edition of this highly readable book examines all of the essential skills required to be an effective leader of a variety of groups in a variety of settings. It explores the history of group therapy work, and the development of groups how they grow, how they change, and how various groups differ. It addresses the specifics of working with children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly. And, it discusses ten prominent theoretical perspectives from which groups can be approached, covering how each theory evolved, how it is practiced, and the results it most commonly achieves. Includes coverage of working with gay/lesbian/bisexual clients in groups and includes expanded coverage of the multicultural aspects of group work and understanding the influence of culture, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation and other factors on how groups function and what they can accomplish. For professionals in the field of group counseling.

Table of Contents

I. HISTORY AND OTHER ASPECTS OF GROUP DEVELOPMENT.

1. History and Trends of Group Work.
2. Types of Group Work.
3. Group Dynamics.
4. Effective Group Leadership.
5. Beginning a Group.
6. The Transition Period in a Group: Norming and Storming.
7. The Working Stage in a Group: Performing.
8. Termination of a Group.
9. Group Work with Culturally Diverse Populations.
10. Ethical and Legal Aspects of Group Work.

II. GROUPS THROUGHOUT THE LIFE SPAN.

11. Groups for Children.
12. Groups for Adolescents.
13. Groups for Adults.
14. Groups for the Elderly.

III. LEADING GROUPS FROM A THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE.

15. Psychoanalytic, Transactional Analysis, and Adlerian Groups.
16. Person-Centered, Gestalt, and Existential Groups.
17. Rational-Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Reality Therapy, and Behavioral Groups.
18. Psychodrama and Self-Help Groups.
Appendix A: Ethical Guidelines for Group Counselors.
Appendix B: Professional Standards for the Training of Group Workers.
Glossary.
Name Index.
Subject Index.


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