Thorough, hands-on guidance for conducting group work in nonprofit, public, and for-profit agency settings.Because it improves access, is cost-effective, and can be modified to conform to evidence-based practice, group work has become the treatment approach of choice in a broad range of human service agencies. Written in an approachable manner that allows for direct translation of concepts into practice, Group Work: A Practical Guide to Developing Groups in Agency Settings provides a dual emphasis on clinical group skills along with a thorough understanding of agency systems that is necessary to meet the demands of today's practice settings.Written by two experts in the field, this book offers:Practical, detailed, ready-to-use group treatment plans, including group objectives, weekly session guidelines, discussion topics, activities, relevant research, and other essential toolsCoverage of the three major types of agenciesnonprofit, public, and for-profitsupported by research and evidence-based treatments that reflect practitioners' actual experiencesA unique agency perspective that includes coverage of agency structure, policies, history, staff, politics, informal and formal norms, and diverse client populationsGroup Work also contains a resourceful CD-ROM with over fifty different Group Profiles that can be customized to suit clients' unique styles and needs. Addressing a wide variety of psychological issues frequently encountered in therapy work with groups,

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