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Chapter 3: Best Practice Guidelines in Group Work

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Best Practice Guidelines in Group Work
Best practice guidelines in group work

For all group work, regardless of its type, best practices need to be followed. You decide to use the Association for Specialists in Group Work (ASGW) Best Practice Guidelines 2007 Revisions (Thomas & Pender, 2008) as your starting point. You learn that ASGW divides the guidelines into three areas: planning, performing, and processing. Intuitively, this makes sense, and you continue reading and generalizing the guidelines to your practice setting.

Best Practices in Planning

Planning a group is often one of the areas not given enough attention in practice. It can seem that there isn't enough time before the group needs to start meeting the demands of the agency or center. Yet without appropriate preparation, a ...

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