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Introduction to Special Topics
Introduction to special topics

This is the largest and broadest section of the book. In it, we include 18 chapters that concern some special aspect of group work. The topic of a chapter may be organized by the experience of a psychological disorder or trauma, by the common factors of the members (gender or age), or it may be the specific kind of treatment approach, as in the chapter on mindfulness and dialectical behavior therapy. The chapters in this section are grouped so that readers can organize their attention to important clinical problems, population-based groups, and issues that may concern many people at different stages in their lives. Each chapter integrates science and practice so that practice informs science and science ...

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