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Groups in Action : Evolution and Challenges (DVD with Workbook),9780534638009
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Groups in Action : Evolution and Challenges (DVD with Workbook)

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780534638009

ISBN10:
0534638007
Format:
DVD
Pub. Date:
2/24/2005
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning
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Summary

In this exciting video with accompanying workbook (which you can purchase as an interactive tool), you will see Marianne and Jerry Corey in action as they demonstrate their integrative approach to group work. As the two-hour video unfolds, viewers will see a real group—not actors role-playing—move through its various stages and will observe group members discuss real issues and present reactions in the group context. The accompanying workbook provides exercises and explorations that link the video to the Coreys’ best selling group books: GROUPS: PROCESS AND PRACTICE, GROUP TECHNIQUES, and THEORY AND PRACTICE OF GROUP COUNSELING (both the textbook and the Student Manual).

Table of Contents

Evolution of a Group
Introduction with the Coreys and Robert Haynes
Pre-Group Meeting
Procedures and Special Issues
The Stages of a Group
Expectations for Each Stage
Overview of Stages and Layout of DVD and Workbook
Initial Stage
Corey Wrap-up 1
Transition Stage
Corey Wrap-up 2
Day 2
Transition Stage Continued
Corey Wrap-up 3
Working Stage
Wrap-up 4
Review events of the day and discuss next stage
Ending Stage
Wrap-up 5
Coreys discuss how to close a Group
Challenges Facing Group Leaders
Opening Narration
Introductory Commentary
Challenges of Dealing with Difficult Behaviors in Group
Checking in: What was it like to return to group?
The leaders let me down
I'm not feeling safe in here
I didn't want to come back to group
I'm in this group against my will
Emotions make me uncomfortable
I'm self-conscious about my accent
I want the leaders to disclose more
I learn a lot by being quiet. Commentary
Silence serves a function
I feel pressured to disclose
What's wrong with helping others?
Can't we stop all this conflict?
I feel weak when I show feelings
Checking out: What is each of you taking from this session?
Commentary at End of Segment One
Challenges of Addressing Diversity Issues
Narrative Intro to Segment #2
What does my culture have to do with my identity?
I feel different from others in here
Sometimes I want to exclude others
I struggle with language
I resent being stereotyped
We are alike and we are different
I express myself better in my native language
I am colorblind
I know little about my culture
I want more answers from you leaders
Commentary on Diversity
Final Closing Commentary
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