Group Work With Populations at Risk / Edition 3

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Overview

Group Work With Populations at Risk, Third Edition is a fundamental resource for practitioners in health and mental health settings and a comprehensive guidebook of group work skills. Geared toward students and professionals gaining a beginning understanding of groups, this volume describes how to work with vulnerable populations that include returning war veterans, Latino and Latina immigrants, women and men who were abused as children, children of divorce, and people struggling with substance abuse, AIDS, cancer, or chronic mental illness. Each chapter describes the population and reviews the relevant literature, identifies themes and practice principles, presents a case illustration, provides evaluation guidance, and refers readers to key references and web resources. Each one is designed to stand alone for easy reference, and overviews of skill building and evidence-based practice make this a timely, comprehensive resource for group leaders regardless of specialty.

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Editorial Reviews

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"...an essential guide for current and future group work practice."—Social Work With Groups

"...a useful tool for social work educators and practitioners. The volume would make an excellent companion reader for a course in group work and would communicate to students the breadth of application of group work techniques in practice. The book would also be of use to group work practitioners who are interested in expanding their work with specific populations at risk. The chapters are short, well written and referenced, and geared toward practitioners need for specific knowledge."—Families in Society

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780195398564
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publication date: 10/7/2010
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 536
  • Sales rank: 873,601
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Geoffrey L. Greif, DSW, is Professor of Social Work at the University of Maryland.

Paul H. Ephross, PhD, is Professor Emeritus of Social Work at the University of Maryland.

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Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

Social Work with Groups: Practice Principles
Paul H. Ephross

PART I. HEALTH ISSUES

1. Group Work with People who Have Cancer
Steven R. Rose and Barry M. Daste

2. Group Work with People who Suffer from Serious Mental Illness
Charles Garvin

3. Group Work Services to People Living with HIV/AIDS During a Changing Pandemic
George S. Getzel and Phillip Osteen

4. Group Work in the Prevention of Alcohol and other Drug Abuse by Adolescents
Andrew Malekoff

PART II. ADJUSTING TO CHANGE

5. Children of Divorce Groups
Janice L. DeLucia-Waack

6. Group Work with Older Adults
Steve Wilson and Susan Rice

7. En Dos Culturas: Group Work with Latino Immigrants and Refugees
Luz M. López and Erika M. Vargas

8. Group Work with Operation Enduring and Iraqi Freedom Combat Veterans
Julie A. Ellis and Matt Camardese

9. Integrating In-person Counseling and Internet Support Communities: "E-volving" Practice Models for Social Group Work with At-Risk Populations
Andrea Meier

PART III. VIOLENCE: VICTIMS AND PERPETRATORS

10. Group Work with Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse
Carolyn Knight

11. Group Work with Victims of Hate Crimes
Joan C. Weiss and Jack McDevitt

12. Group Work with Women who have Experienced Abuse
Margot Breton and Anna Nosko

13. Group Work with African-American Youth in the Criminal Justice System: A Culturally Competent Model
Aminifu R. Harvey

14. Group Work with People who Sexually Offend
Paul H. Ephross

15. Group Work with Children Impacted by Sexual Abuse
Kay Martel Connors, Jessica Lertora, and Kyla Liggett-Creel

16. Group Work with People who Offend
Margaret M. Wright

PART IV. GAY MEN AND LESBIAN ISSUES

17. Group Work with Gay Men
Steven Ball and Benjamin Lipton

18. Group Work with Lesbians
Bonnie J. Engelhardt

PART V. SCHOOLS, THE WORKPLACE, AND THE COMMUNITY

19. Group Work with Urban African American Parents in Their Neighborhood Schools
Geoffrey L. Greif and Darnell Morris-Compton

20. Group Work with Victims in Communities Disrupted by Violence and Mass Trauma
John A. Kayser

21. Group Work in the Workplace Setting
Melissa Back Tamburo

22. Group Work with Men
Geoffrey L. Greif

23. Group Work in Context: Organizational and Community Factors
Elizabeth A. Mulroy

PART VI. EVALUATING PRACTICE AND PRACTICE SKILLS

24. Using Evidence-Based Practice and Intervention Research with Treatment Groups for Populations at Risk
Edna Comer and Andrea Meier

25. Skills for Working Across Populations at Risk
Geoffrey L. Greif and Paul H. Ephross

Index

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