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Group Work with Children and Adolescents
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Group Work with Children and Adolescents
Prevention and Intervention in School and Community Systems



September 1998 | 200 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
In this book, Steven R Rose presents the concepts, context and applications of a problem-solving approach to group work with children and adolescents who suffer from a wide range of social problems.

The book addresses issues associated with assessment, problem recognition, planning and composition, leadership and activities in a wide range of settings. Phases of group work, practice guidelines and evaluation are also thoroughly considered.

 
PART ONE: CONCEPTS OF GROUP WORK
 
The Context of Practice
 
The Basis of Group Work
 
Processes of Practice
 
Evaluation of Practice
 
A Review of the Field
 
PART TWO: APPLICATIONS OF GROUP WORK
 
Parental Divorce
 
Peer Relationships and Social Competence
 
Mental Health and Substance Abuse
 
School Performance

"This is an eminently useful book for anyone who runs groups for youth . . .  the most detailed and comprehensive I’ve seen in aiding practitioners actually prepare for and run a group for this population."

Gordon MacNeil
University of Alabama

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