An introductory group work textbook for students in social work, community work, health and welfare.
Introduction -- Group purpose: 'Why would you do it on your own?' -- Theorical basis of group work: 'It's more like growing plants than running a machine' -- Leading: 'A series of tasks anyone can do' -- 'Thinking group': 'It's got a life of its own' -- 'Thinking group' in action: 'Dealing with the dynamics of a very emotional thing' -- Forming a group: 'The people in it create it' -- The life of the group: 'Laughter and tears' -- Critical issues: 'It's a bit of a risk ... you just don't know what will happen' -- Doing 'good' group work: 'Outward looking and moving on'
Number Of Pages: 232
Published: 21st December 2012
Edition Number: 1