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With this third edition, Psychoeducational Groups remains the only comprehensive, user-friendly guide to planning, implementing, facilitating, and evaluating psychoeducational groups. It presents all the necessary information to prepare leaders of a psychoeducational group through group design and practice. Included are step-by-step guidelines on how to initiate group sessions, construct group objectives, engage group members, monitor progress, and establish evaluation and follow-up guidelines. Emphasis is placed on the personal growth and development of the group leader, with careful consideration given to increasing awareness of personal issues and the potential impact that a leader can have on the group. New to this edition are chapters on cultural and diversity factors; risk management and ethics; groups for relating and communication; and groups in educational, agency, and workplace settings.
Table of Contents
|Psychoeducational Groups: Overview and Model||p. 3|
|Evaluation and Exercises||p. 33|
|Group Leadership and Instructional Style||p. 49|
|Leader Development and Facilitation Skills|
|Group Leader Self-Development||p. 71|
|Group Leadership Skills||p. 87|
|The Group: Process and Progress||p. 107|
|Cultural and Diversity Issues and Concerns||p. 127|
|Ethical and Legal Standards||p. 143|
|Potential Membership Problems, Concerns, and Intervention Skills||p. 157|
|Managing Conflict and Guidelines for Confrontation||p. 175|
|Leading Psychoeducational Groups for Children and Adolescents||p. 189|
|Leading Psychoeducational Groups for Adults||p. 207|
|Psychoeducational Groups for illnesses and Other Conditions||p. 221|
|Psychoeducational support Groups||p. 241|
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