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Title Group work practice in a troubled society : problems and opportunities / Roselle Kurland, Robert Salmon, editors.

Publication Info. New York : Haworth Press, [1995]


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 Rockford University Stacks - RKC-ILDS  HV45 .G7314 1995    AVAILABLE
Description xi, 271 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Note Selected papers from the fifteenth annual Symposium of the Association for the Advancement of Social Work With Groups, held in New York City in October 1993.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Contextual group work : apprehending the elusive obvious / Ruth R. Middleman, Gale Goldberg Wood -- Uncovering latent content in groups / Sondra Brandler, Camille P. Roman -- Social group work competence : our strengths and challenges / Maeda J. Galinsky, Janice H. Schopler -- Group process in administration revisited / Joan C. Weiss, Paul H. Ephross -- The dual-purpose group : its use and misuse in group work education / Cyrus S. Behroozi -- Central characteristics of social work with groups-- a sociocultural analysis / Hans S. Falck.
Using group work skills to promote cultural sensitivity among social work students / Elaine P. Congress, Maxine Lynn -- Towards mutual aid in groups : issues in a Chinese society / Fanny W.C.L. Liu -- Making changes and making sense : social work group with Vietnamese older people / Paule McNicoll, Carole Pigler Christensen -- Stages of development in women's groups : a relational model / Linda Yael Shiller -- Adversity, diversity, and empowerment : feminist group work with women in poverty / Anna Travers.
Debriefing groups for nurses / Joan K. Parry, Jane Tanner -- Group work with mothers of sexually abused children / Patricia A. Joyce -- Sexual offenders group treatment : the ESAT experience in Toronto, Canada / Kalev Helde -- Effective treatment strategies with adult incest survivors : utilizing therapeutic group work methods within the context of an immediate family / Neil Stokes, Judith Gillis -- A community center model for current urban needs / John KixMiller, Helene Filion Onserud.
What works in the treatment of MICA clients? A journey through the evolution of an outpatient MICA program / Elizabeth A. Lewis -- From AA to A/CDFA : an innovative 12-step model for adult children from dysfunctional family backgrounds / Harle Thomas.
Subject Social group work.
Social service.
Social work education.
Added Author Kurland, Roselle.
Salmon, Robert, 1930-
Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups. Symposium (15th : 1993 : New York)
ISBN 1560249625 hardcover alkaline paper

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