Filled with practical information and an abundance of case examples and exercises, Groups in Social Work: A Workbook addresses the common problems and issues that typically come up in groups. It shows how social workers can effectively use a strengths-based approach to both prevent and correct problems that may occur within the group.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction and Overview
Chapter 2: Types of Groups and Group Curricula
Chapter 3: Setting Up Groups
Chapter 4: Rules and Guidelines
Chapter 5: Basic Leadership Skills
Chapter 6: Advanced Leadership Skills
Chapter 7: Stages of Group Development
Chapter 8: Beginning the Group
Chapter 9: Techniques with Working with Mandated Groups
Chapter 10: Making the Most Out of Ending and Beginning Subsequent Sessions
Chapter 11: Strengths-Based Techniques
Chapter 12: Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions
Chapter 13: Handling Difficult Group Member Behaviors
Chapter 14: Challenges to Group Leadership
Chpater 15: Groups and Social Diversity
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