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Handbook of social work with groups

By: Garvin, Charles D.
Contributor(s): Gutierrez, Lorraine M [editor] | Galinsky, Maeda J [editor].
Publisher: New York : The Guilford Press, 2017Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xiv, 642 p. ; 27 cm.ISBN: 9781462530588.Subject(s): Social group work | Social science - Social Work | Psychology - Psychotherapy - Group | Psychology - Clinical Psychology | Social work | Psychotherapy, GroupDDC classification: 361.4 Summary: "In this book we portray what we see as the critical dimensions of social work with groups and we take a broad view of this domain of social work. We see it as encompassing any and all of the types of groups in which social workers participate as part of their professional activities, either as members or facilitators. This view of group work consequently incorporates groups that individuals of different age groups join to solve problems and attain their individual, administrative, and organizational goals, enrich their lives, ameliorate problems experienced by organizations and communities, produce social change, and promote social justice"
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Contents:

pt. I Theoretical and Philosophical Foundations
1.Group Dynamics / Ronald W. Toseland
2.An Ecological/Systems/Seven C's Perspective on Group Practice / John E. Tropman
3.Social Group Work in a Global Context / Barbara F. Turnage
4.An Empowerment Perspective / Margot Breton
5.Ethics and Values in Group Work / Helen Northen
6.Group Work and Socially Just Practice / R. M. Ortega
pt. II Principal Foundations of Group Practice Models
7.The Mutual Aid Model / Alex Gitterman
8.Cognitive-Behavioral Group Work / Craig W. Lecroy
pt. III Group Work Approaches Related to Purpose
9.Support and Self-Help Groups / Linda Farris Kurtz
10.Psychoeducational Groups / Jennifer Root
11.Social Work with Groups and Drug Abuse Prevention with Youth: Rich History and Untapped Potential / Elizabeth Kiehne
pt. IV Group Work Approaches Related to Setting
12.Group Work in Health Care Settings / Brian L. Kelly
Contents note continued: 13.Evidence-Based Group Work in Mental Health Practice / Carolyn M. Maker
14.Involuntary Groups / Michael Chovanec
15.Strengths-Based Group Work with Children and Adolescents / Andrew Malekoff
16.Group Work in Child Welfare / Barbara Rittner
17.Group-Based Approaches to Preventing Adolescent Substance Abuse: The State of Social Work Science / Michael G. Vaughn
18.Groups for Older Adults / Ruth Campbell
19.Groups for Reducing Intergroup Conflicts / David Bargal
20.Group Interventions for Partner Abuse / Daniel G. Saunders
21.Group Work with Immigrants and Refugees / Sidonia Couto
22.Intergroup Dialogue: Engaging Difference for Social Connectedness and Social Change / Biren (Ratnesh) A. Nagda
23.Group Work in the Shadow of Mass Incarceration / Jorge Delva
pt. V Group Work in Organizational and Community Settings
Contents note continued: 24.Assessing and Strengthening Characteristics of Effective Groups in Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships / Paula Lantz
25.Participatory Research, Popular Education, and Popular Theatre: Contributions to Group Work / Maxine Jacobson
26.Social Action Groups / Lee H. Staples
27.Group Process Dynamics and Skills in Interdisciplinary Teamwork / Julie S. Abramson
28.Group Work with Working Groups / Steven R. Rose
pt. VI Group Work Research and Evaluation
29.Evaluation and Research Design / Larry M. Gant
30.Measurement Issues / Randy Magen
31.Qualitative Research / Michael R. Woodford
32.Intervention Research / Mark J. Macgowan
pt. VII The Uses of Technology to Create Groups
33.Technology-Mediated Groups / Dale Fitch
Epilogue / Maeda J. Galinsky.


"In this book we portray what we see as the critical dimensions of social work with groups and we take a broad view of this domain of social work. We see it as encompassing any and all of the types of groups in which social workers participate as part of their professional activities, either as members or facilitators. This view of group work consequently incorporates groups that individuals of different age groups join to solve problems and attain their individual, administrative, and organizational goals, enrich their lives, ameliorate problems experienced by organizations and communities, produce social change, and promote social justice"

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