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Group Work Practice in a Troubled Society: Problems and Opportunities

Medical


by
Roselle Kurland and Robert Salmon

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 290 pages

File size: 529 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

This book presents the wide range and diversity of effective group work practice in today’s troubled society. Representing the best in current practice, chapters discuss modern group work and contain rich examples of practice and theory. Group Work Practice in a Troubled Society examines the social realities in which group work is now practiced and addresses present-day social issues and problems.Contributing authors to Group Work Practice in a Troubled Society discuss innovations in practice, programs, and theory, and a wide variety of work with clients in many different settings. There is a breadth and strength and diversity in contemporary group work practice, and the authors–practitioners and educators from the United States, Canada, and Hong Kong–represent the vitality of current practice and theory. Among the many topics they discuss are:

This book presents the wide range and diversity of effective group work practice in today’s troubled society. Representing the best in current practice, chapters discuss modern group work and contain rich examples of practice and theory. Group Work Practice in a Troubled Society examines the social realities in which group work is now practiced and addresses present-day social issues and problems.Contributing authors to Group Work Practice in a Troubled Society discuss… (more)

This book presents the wide range and diversity of effective group work practice in today’s troubled society. Representing the best in current practice, chapters discuss modern group work and contain rich examples of practice and theory. Group Work Practice in a Troubled Society examines the social realities in which group work is now practiced and addresses present-day social issues and problems.Contributing authors to Group Work Practice in a Troubled Society discuss innovations in practice, programs, and theory, and a wide variety of work with clients in many different settings. There is a breadth and strength and diversity in contemporary group work practice, and the authors–practitioners and educators from the United States, Canada, and Hong Kong–represent the vitality of current practice and theory. Among the many topics they discuss are:

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