How to Select and Apply Change Strategies in Groups
Publication Year: 2014
- Front Matter
- Back Matter
- Subject Index
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Essential Skills for Effective Implementation of Change Strategies
- Chapter 3: Change Strategies for Working with an Entire Group
- Chapter 4: Change Strategies for Working with an Individual During a Group Session
- Chapter 5: Resistant Members, Guidelines, and Common Mistakes
- Chapter 6: Real Case Examples
- Chapter 7: Learning Activities and Concluding Comments
Other Books in the Group Work Practice Kit[Page ii]
What Is Group Work? (9781483332314)
Effective Planning for Groups (9781483332307)
How to Form a Group (9781483332291)
Groups: Fostering a Culture of Change (9781483332284)
How to Help Leaders and Members Learn from Their Group Experience (9781483332260)
How Leaders Can Assess Group Counseling (9781483332253)
Groups in Community and Agency Settings (9781483332246)
Group Work in Schools (9781483332239)
Correspondence concerning this book should be addressed to Christine Schimmel, Department of Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling & Counseling Psychology, West Virginia University, P.O. Box 6122, Morgantown, WV.
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About the Authors[Page 71]
Christine Schimmel is the coordinator of the school counseling master's program at West Virginia University. She serves on the counseling licensure board for the state of West Virginia and served on the task force that developed the West Virginia School Counseling Model. Chris is coauthor of Impact Therapy: The Courage to Counsel and Group Counseling: Strategies and Skills, which is in its seventh edition, along with its accompanying DVD, which she coproduced with Ed. In 2013, Chris was awarded School Counselor Educator of the Year by the West Virginia School Counselor Association.
Chris and Ed present more than 20 workshops each year on impact therapy, creative counseling, theories into practice, and group counseling for state and national conferences, agencies, school districts, and organizations throughout the United States and Canada. They are known for their practical, down-to-earth style in both their presentations and their books.
Ed Jacobs is the coordinator of the master's program in the Counseling, Counseling Psychology, and Rehabilitation Department at West Virginia University. His professional publications include 25 articles in books and journals, as well as five books on counseling techniques: Impact Therapy: The Courage to Counsel, Impact Therapy, Creative Counseling Techniques: An Illustrated Guide, Group Counseling in Correctional Settings, and Group Counseling: Strategies and Skills. Ed has been recognized for his outstanding teaching and contribution to the field. In 2006, he was given the Outstanding Teacher Award in his college. Also in 2006, he was given the Association for Creativity in Counseling's Innovator of the Year Award. He has been recognized for his contributions in group work through receiving the Professional Advancement Award and being selected as a Fellow in the Association for Specialists in Group Work. Ed is a licensed professional counselor and has maintained a small private practice for more than 25 years.