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Theory and Practice of Group Counseling (With Infotrac)

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6th
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9780534596972

ISBN10:
0534596975
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Pub. Date:
1/28/2003
Publisher(s):
Brooks Cole
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Summary

Part I: BASIC ELEMENTS OF GROUP PROCESS: AN OVERVIEW. 1. Introduction to Group Work. 2. Group Leadership. 3. Ethical and Professional Issues in Group Practice. 4. Early Stages in the Development of a Group. 5. Later Stages in the Development of a Group. Part II: THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO GROUP COUNSELING. 6. The Psychoanalytic Approach to Groups. 7. Adlerian Group Counseling. 8. Psychodrama. 9. The Existential Approach to Groups. 10. The Person-Centered Approach to Groups. 11. Gestalt Therapy in Groups. 12. Transactional Analysis. 13. The Behavioral Approach to Groups. 14. Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy in Groups. 15. Reality Therapy in Groups. Part III: INTEGRATION AND APPLICATION. 16. Comparisons, Contrasts, and Integration. 17. The Evolution of a Group: An Integrative Perspective.

Table of Contents

PART I BASIC ELEMENTS OF GROUP PROCESS: AN OVERVIEW
1(134)
Introduction to Group Work
3(22)
The Increasing Use of Groups
3(2)
Overview of the Counseling Group
5(3)
Other Types of Groups
8(5)
Group Counseling in a Multicultural Context
13(8)
General Guidelines for Serving Multicultural Populations
21(4)
Group Leadership
25(31)
The Group Leader as a Person
25(4)
Special Problems and Issues for Beginning Group Leaders
29(3)
Group Leadership Skills
32(9)
Becoming a Diversity-Competent Group Counselor
41(4)
Special Skills for Opening and Closing Group Sessions
45(4)
Co-Leading Groups
49(1)
Developing Your Group Leadership Style
50(3)
Encouraging Practitioner Research
53(3)
Ethical and Professional Issues in Group Practice
56(23)
The Rights of Group Participants
56(6)
The Issue of Psychological Risks in Groups
62(2)
The Ethics of Group Leaders' Actions
64(2)
The Impact of the Leader's Values on the Group
66(1)
Ethical Issues in Multicultural Group Counseling
67(1)
Uses and Misuses of Group Techniques
68(1)
Group Leader Competence
69(7)
Liability and Malpractice
76(3)
Early Stages in the Development of a Group
79(27)
Stage 1: Pregroup Issues---Formation of the Group
80(10)
Stage 2: Initial Stage---Orientation and Exploration
90(7)
Stage 3: Transition Stage---Dealing with Resistance
97(8)
Concluding Comments
105(1)
Later Stages in the Development of a Group
106(29)
Stage 4: Working Stage---Cohesion and Productivity
106(13)
Stage 5: Final Stage---Consolidation and Termination
119(4)
Stage 6: Postgroup Issues---Evaluation and Follow-Up
123(4)
Concluding Comments
127(8)
References and Suggested Readings for Part One
128(7)
PART II THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO GROUP COUNSELING
135(314)
The Psychoanalytic Approach to Groups
137(40)
Introduction
137(1)
Key Concepts
138(9)
Role and Functions of the Group Leader
147(1)
Application: Therapeutic Techniques and Procedures
148(6)
Developmental Stages and Their Implications for Group Work
154(8)
Contemporary Trends in Psychoanalytic Group Theory
162(6)
Applying the Psychoanalytic Approach to Group Work in the Schools
168(1)
Applying the Psychoanalytic Approach with Multicultural Populations
169(1)
Evaluation of the Psychoanalytic Approach to Groups
170(3)
Where to Go from Here
173(4)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
174(1)
References and Suggested Readings
174(3)
Adlerian Group Counseling
177(27)
Introduction
177(1)
Key Concepts
178(7)
Role and Functions of the Group Leader
185(1)
Stages of the Adlerian Group
185(6)
Application: Therapeutic Techniques and Procedures
191(1)
Applying the Adlerian Approach to Group Work in the Schools
192(2)
Applying the Adlerian Approach with Multicultural Populations
194(3)
Evaluation of the Adlerian Approach to Groups
197(2)
Where to Go from Here
199(5)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
201(1)
References and Suggested Readings
201(3)
Psychodrama
204(34)
Introduction
204(1)
Key Concepts
205(6)
Role and Functions of the Psychodrama Group Leader
211(1)
The Basic Components of Psychodrama
212(3)
Stages of the Psychodrama Process
215(6)
Application: Therapeutic Techniques and Procedures
221(7)
Applying Psychodrama to Group Work in the Schools
228(1)
Applying Psychodrama with Multicultural Populations
229(1)
Evaluation of Psychodrama
230(4)
Where to Go from Here
234(4)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
235(1)
References and Suggested Readings
236(2)
The Existential Approach to Groups
238(30)
Introduction
238(2)
Key Concepts
240(15)
Role and Functions of the Group Leader
255(1)
Application: Therapeutic Techniques and Procedures
256(2)
Phases of an Existential Group
258(1)
Applying the Existential Approach to Group Work in the Schools
258(2)
Applying the Existential Approach with Multicultural Populations
260(1)
Evaluation of the Existential Approach to Groups
261(4)
Where to Go from Here
265(3)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
265(1)
References and Suggested Readings
266(2)
The Person-Centered Approach to Groups
268(31)
Introduction
268(3)
Key Concepts
271(9)
Role and Functions of the Group Leader
280(2)
Stages of a Person-Centered Group
282(3)
Application: Therapeutic Techniques and Procedures
285(1)
Applying the Person-Centered Approach to Group Work in the Schools
286(2)
Applying the Person-Centered Approach with Multicultural Populations
288(3)
Evaluation of the Person-Centered Approach to Groups
291(4)
Where to Go from Here
295(4)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
295(1)
References and Suggested Readings
296(3)
Gestalt Therapy in Groups
299(36)
Introduction
299(2)
Key Concepts
301(7)
Role and Functions of the Group Leader
308(3)
Stages of a Gestalt Group
311(1)
Application: Therapeutic Techniques and Procedures
312(13)
Applying Gestalt Therapy to Group Work in the Schools
325(2)
Applying Gestalt Therapy with Multicultural Populations
327(1)
Evaluation of the Gestalt Approach to Groups
328(2)
Where to Go from Here
330(5)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
331(1)
References and Suggested Readings
332(3)
Transactional Analysis
335(24)
Introduction
335(2)
Key Concepts
337(9)
Role and Functions of the Group Leader
346(1)
Stages of a Transactional Analysis Group
347(2)
Application: Therapeutic Techniques and Procedures
349(1)
Applying Transactional Analysis to Group Work in the Schools
350(1)
Applying Transactional Analysis with Multicultural Populations
351(3)
Evaluation of Transactional Analysis in Groups
354(2)
Where to Go from Here
356(3)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
357(1)
References and Suggested Readings
357(2)
The Behavioral Approach to Groups
359(36)
Introduction
359(1)
Key Concepts
360(3)
Role and Functions of the Group Leader
363(2)
Stages of a Behavior Therapy Group
365(7)
Application: Therapeutic Techniques and Procedures
372(10)
Applying the Behavioral Approach to Group Work in the Schools
382(1)
Applying the Behavioral Approach with Multicultural Populations
383(2)
Evaluation of Behavioral Group Therapy
385(5)
Where to Go from Here
390(5)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
391(1)
References and Suggested Readings
391(4)
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy in Groups
395(26)
Introduction
395(1)
Key Concepts
396(5)
Role and Functions of the Group Leader
401(1)
Application: Therapeutic Techniques and Procedures
402(9)
Applying Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy to Group Work in the Schools
411(1)
Applying Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy with Multicultural Populations
412(2)
Evaluation of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy in Groups
414(3)
Where to Go from Here
417(4)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
418(1)
References and Suggested Readings
419(2)
Reality Therapy in Groups
421(28)
Introduction
421(1)
Key Concepts
422(4)
Role and Functions of the Group Leader
426(1)
Application: Therapeutic Techniques and Procedures
426(10)
Solution-Focused Therapy
436(1)
Applying Reality Therapy to Group Work in the Schools
437(1)
Applying Reality Therapy with Multicultural Populations
438(4)
Evaluation of Reality Therapy in Groups
442(3)
Where to Go from Here
445(4)
Recommended Supplementary Readings
446(1)
References and Suggested Readings
447(2)
PART III INTEGRATION AND APPLICATION
449(52)
Comparisons, Contrasts, and Integration
451(22)
The Goals of Group Counseling: Various Perspectives
451(1)
Role and Functions of the Group Leader: Various Perspectives
452(1)
Degree of Structuring and Division of Responsibility: Various Perspectives
453(2)
The Use of Techniques: Various Perspectives
455(1)
Group Work in a Multicultural Context: Various Perspectives
456(1)
Applications of the Integrative Eclectic Model
457(9)
Summary and Review Tables
466(7)
The Evolution of a Group: An Integrative Perspective
473(28)
Introduction
473(1)
Formation of the Group
474(1)
Initial Stage
475(6)
Transition Stage
481(4)
Working Stage
485(9)
Final Stage
494(4)
Develop Your Own Style of Leadership
498(1)
A Final Word---and a Request!
499(2)
Name Index 501(4)
Subject Index 505


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