The Group Work Practice Kit is a set of nine slim volumes on the nuts and bolts of doing group therapy/work. The kit will focus on the practical aspects of setting up a group, planning the process and performing group work. Each volume in the kit will have a standard outline which will cover the theoretical aspects of the process, the evidence base and support, the topic highlighted, two real case studies and five short learning exercises. Volumes in the kit will cover how to design a group, how to run a group, how to evaluate a group, and how to deal with special challenges. In addition, two special areas will be highlighted such as groups in schools and groups in communities (most common settings for groupwork). The kit will be endorsed by ACA's Association for Specialists in Group work and will be co-marketed by the group.

Evidence of Group Work Effectiveness: Meaning for Practitioners

Evidence of Group Work Effectiveness: Meaning for Practitioners

Evidence of group work effectiveness: Meaning for practitioners

As the group work coordinator, you know that a key component to creating a strong group program is to be able to highlight the effectiveness of groups. You've talked to some staff members and learned they believe in the power of groups to create positive changes for clients, but you have also heard some doubts as to the effectiveness of groups. Some concerns you have heard from staff members include the following: “Won't just putting eight people in the room with the same problem make them all worse?” “Isn't group just a way to do individual therapy with more people at the same time?” “Unless group is really intensive, ...

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