This easy-to-understand book provides practical strategies for helping members learn from their ongoing group experience, including guided illumination of selected group events. Real cases and practice exercises reinforce the importance of reflecting on your practice between group sessions. This brief guide draws on the latest research on group work, covering diversity and multicultural issues as well as accreditation or specialty standards.
How to Help Leaders and Members Learn from Groups is part of the Group Work Practice Kit: Improving the Everyday Practice of Group Work, a collection of nine books each authored by scholars in the specific field of group work. To promote a consistent reading experience, the books in the collection conform to editor Robert K. Conyne’s outline. Designed to provide practitioners, instructors, students, and trainees with concrete direction for improving group work, the series provides thorough coverage of the entire span of group work practice.
This book is endorsed by the Association for Specialists in Group Work.