This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: PART I. DIMENSIONS OF THE HUMANISTIC APPROACH 1. Humanistic Values and Democratic Norms Parents of pre-school children's program Maintaining sobriety group Senior center newsletter committee Senior citizens reminiscence group Teen group in a high school Group for people with chronic mental illness in continuing day treatment Mothers of children in foster care Placing parents in nursing home 2. Further Humanistic Values and Democratic Norms High school students' community service group Bereavement group Elementary school teachers group Young adult community center programming group Social programming committee Group for girls who have been sexually abused Group for boys with disruptive classroom behaviors Teen substance abuse prevention group Women's breast cancer support group Latency age children of divorce group 3. Stage Themes of Group Development Frail blind elderly in nursing home Boys group new to residential program Pregnant women's group in prison Male batterers group Family members of 9-11 victims Male alcohol and substance abuse treatment group Adolescent psychiatric unit discharge planning group PART II. OBJECTIVES AND TECHNIQUES 4. Dual Objectives: Developing the Democratic Mutual Aid System and Actualizing Purpose 5. Techniques for Developing the Democratic Mutual Aid System Latency age boys group A community planning group Teen group in a community center Women in a domestic violence support group College students planning committee Divorced and separating women's group Adults with developmental disabilities Middle school children at risk Cancer support group 6. Techniques for Actualizing Purpose Substance abuse residential treatment group Young adule relationship focused therapy group Lesbian and bi-sexual support group Adolescent boys in a group resident - hip hop music studio Drug rehabilitation group for members with HIV-AIDS 7. Further Techniques for Actualizing Purpose Interfaith young adults visiting holocaust sites Gay lesbian bi-sexual transgender (GLBT) teens in residential program Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans support group Human rights committee in developmental disabilities residence Support group of women managers Adolescent boys group in substance prevention program Young adult college students support group 8. Techniques for Developing the Democratic Mutual Aid System and for Actualizing Purpose African immigrant parents' group Boys' social skills development group in community center Prisoners' group for maintaining sobriety Mothers mandated to treatment for child abuse or neglect Couples' treatment group Senior citizens' naturally occurring retirement community group (NORC) Men with chronic disabilities Single women's socialization gruop PART III. DIFFERENTIAL APPLICATION OF THE HUMANISTIC APPROACH 9. Assessing the Member in the Group Child care counselors group Adult relationship building group Sobriety group Pregnant women in prison group Teen parent group 10. Fields of Practice and Humanistic Group Work Therapeutic community treatment groups on 9-11 Poetry writing group in a day treatment program Group for parents with HIV-AIDS Maintaining sobriety group 11. Short Term, Single Session, Open Ended, and Structured Groups Neonatology group for parents of newborns in intensive care Women's support group in prison 12. Contingencies Pre-group planning & first meeting - Black men on the rise Crisis session with cancer support group member Group member in individual therapy with practitioner Co-practice with group in adolescent in-patient psychiatri. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
A book that supports the human spirit and the humanistic visions of those who champion personal and social change through the social work group?.
The Second Edition of Group Work: A Humanistic and Skills Building Approach identifies the humanistic values and democratic norms that guide the group practitioner?s interventions. The book presents seven stage themes of group development, 29 techniques for group work practice, and more than 60 new illustrations from contemporary group work. The Second Edition remains centered on the role of the social group work practitioner, who employs group work methods to further the personal growth and empowerment of members in community and institutional contexts.
Features of the Second Edition:
· Offers 29 new descriptions of group work practice techniques, which have applicability in clinical, support, and organizational groups
· Provides seven stage themes of group development, describing member reactions and highlighting worker pitfalls, self-awareness issues, and skills for maximizing member growth within each stage
· Presents 60 new illustrations of group meetings, which demonstrate the practitioner role and conclude with discussion and analysis
· Includes an updated Chapter 10, which highlights ethical values in mental health, substance abuse treatment, and health care groups
This is an ideal core text for advance undergraduate and graduate courses such as Group Work, Foundation Practice, Skills of Counseling, and Group Dynamics in the fields of social work, psychology, and counseling.
Über den Autor:
Urania Glassman, DSW, LCSW, has been Director of Field Instruction at Wurzweiler School of Social Work of Yeshiva University since 1993. She has authored many articles on group work and field education, and has been presenting on these topics at national and international conferences for three decades. She has been involved with the Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups since it convened its first Group Work Symposium in Cleveland in 1979, and was co-founder of the NY Red Apple Chapter of AASWG. She consults to agencies on group work, field education, and staff supervision. She co-chaired the School?s three day 50th Anniversary Conference in 2007.
Her role in field education includes developing and co-chairing the Field Symposium at the Council on Social Work Education, and the North American Network of Field Educators and Directors -- NANFED. She sits on the CSWE Commission on Curriculum and Educational Innovation -- COCEI. Her most recent paper is, ?Field Education as the Signature Pedagogy of Social Work.?
Dr. Glassman was on the Adelphi University School of Social Work faculty, as Director of Field Instruction. She chaired the group work and foundation practice sequences, and taught group work, foundation practice, casework, and the seminar in field instruction.
Her thirteen year staff role at the House Plan Association of the City College of New York included its directorship. This unique multi-faceted group work student activities program revolved around small friendship groups developed by student leaders and supervised by professionals. A group dynamics design included human relations training programs to enhance student development.
Dr. Glassman has her M.A. from Columbia Teachers College, her MSW and DSW from Adelphi University SSW. Her private practice is with individuals, groups, and families.
Buchbeschreibung SAGE Publications, Inc, 2008. Hardcover. Buchzustand: New. Second Edition. Buchnummer des Verkäufers DADAX1412966620
Buchbeschreibung Sage Pubns, 2008. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Brand New. 2nd edition. 300 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.75 inches. In Stock. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 1412966620