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Choosing a groupwork approach : an inclusive stance

Author: Oded Manor
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, ©2000.
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"How do you choose an appropriate approach for working with each different group you come across? Grounded in systems theory, Oded Manor's model provides a framework that bridges the gap between overly prescribed schemes that do not always meet clients' needs, and open ones that fail to provide sufficient details about practice." "The book includes detailed discussion of actual transcripts of working through stages  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Oded Manor
ISBN: 1853028703 9781853028700
OCLC Number: 44578882
Description: 223 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Evolving a Framework. 1. Connecting the fragments: The role of paradox. 2. Stages in a three-cornered world --
pt. 2. Applying the Inclusive Blueprint. 3. Forming the Group and the Engagement phase. 4. Authority crisis and the Empowerment phase. 5. Intimacy crisis and the Mutuality phase. 6. Separation crisis and the Termination phase. 7. Wider Implications: The Powers of Paradox.
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