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In: Handbook of Group Counseling & Psychotherapy

Part II: Best Practices of Group Counseling and Group Psychotherapy

Subject: Group Therapy

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Best Practices of Group Counseling and Group Psychotherapy
Best practices of group counseling and group psychotherapy

Best practice guidelines are drawn from research, theory, and leader expertise with the intent to guide group practitioners and researchers to the most effective ways to conduct and study groups. The following nine chapters address best practices in group counseling and group psychotherapy for a number of crucial topics. The first chapter in this section addresses guidelines for ethical and legal practices in group counseling and psychotherapy. Lynn Rapin reviews such fundamental elements of ethical practice as member screening, informed consent, and confidentiality for groups. Throughout the chapter, her rich examples identify ethical dilemmas regularly encountered by group leaders. Effective processing of critical events and activities is viewed as ...

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