Expressive Processes In Group Counseling / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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Professor Brown provides a resource for clinicians, instructors, and students interested in promoting group process and progress, increasing group members' self-awareness and self-understanding, and strategies for resolving individual and group difficult behaviors. It presents art, imagery, dreams, guided writing, fairy tales, and movement exercises together with theory and literature reviews underlying each.
Professor Brown examines the underlying assumptions for using expressive processes in group counseling and provides applications to promote group development, foster individual and group learning, and instruct group leaders. About half the book is devoted to theory, cultural and diversity issues, ethnical considerations, and guidelines for use. The other half presents art, imagery, dreams, guided writing, fairy tales, and movement applications together with relevant literature reviews and specific strategies.
Brown provides a comprehensive and integrated approach to understanding and using expressive processes in groups. As such the book will be of value to clinicians, instructors, and students in psychology interested in promoting group process and progress.
About the Author
NINA W. BROWN, is Professor of Counseling, Darden College of Education, Old Dominion University. She has written extensively on counseling issues, including Teaching Group Dynamics (Praeger, 1992) and Group Counseling for Elementary and Middle School Children (Praeger, 1994).
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