You know that groups—if they are safe for members—can be a place for members to talk about topics they do not discuss outside of group. These discussions can include interpersonal feedback that is considered “taboo” in other social settings or intergroup dialogue discussions helping build awareness and understanding of others. Yet you also know that some of the hardest topics to explore in group include issues of discrimination, oppression, and privilege. Often group leaders can feel underequipped to guide these discussions and interactions in ways that are therapeutic and not harmful to the group members. You decide to investigate some of the key issues and build a cognitive framework ...
Multicultural Competency and Social Justice in Group Work
Multicultural competency and social justice in group work