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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource|
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|Notes:||Description based upon print version of record.|
|Description:||Online-Ressource (1 online resource (104 p.))|
|Series Title:||Springerbriefs in Social Work; EBL-Schweitzer|
ConclusionReferences; 5 Depression in Women; Abstract; Depression in Women; The Nature and Incidence of Depression in Women; How Might We Understand Depression in Women and Women's Experiences of Depression?; Biological and Biomedical Explanations of Depression in Women; Psychological and Cognitive Explanations; Relational and Psychosocial Stressor Explanations; A Feminist Social Constructionist Understanding of Depression in Women; Critical Feminist Theoretical Perspectives and Explanations About Depression in Women; The Notion of Self in Understanding Women's Experiences of Depression.
Women and Recovery from Depression: Ideas About RecoveryConclusion; References; 6 Feminist Group Work, Consciousness-Raising and Resistance; Abstract; Practice Theory and Knowledge: A Critical Feminist Approach to Group Development and Group Structure; Consciousness-RaisingConsciousness-Raising; Resistance in Women's Journaling; Conclusion; 7 Women and Journaling; Abstract; Journaling as a Therapeutic Intervention; Women and Journals; Research into Journaling as a Therapeutic Intervention; The Use of Narratives in Journaling and Therapeutic Writing.
Journaling Techniques, Materials and PromptsWomen's Use of Multiple and New Journaling Techniques; Journaling Materials; Conclusion; References; 8 The Women's Journaling Group Program Model; Abstract; The Underpinning Principles of the Women's Journaling Group Program ModelWomen's Journaling Group Program model; Journaling as a Process and as a Form of Actionaction; The Women's Journaling Group Program ModelWomen's Journaling Group Program model; The Two Overarching Frameworks; The Four Narratives Within the Frameworks; The Threads Within the Narratives.
How Might the Women's Journaling Group Program Model?
¿¿¿¿Social workers, in whatever capacity they work, can expect to come into contact with women who have experienced/are experiencing violence and with women who are experiencing depression. Therefore, a range of social work supports and interventions are required in order to meet the needs of diverse women and assist them in their recovery. One of these methods is group work where women can share their experiences, learn from each other, reflect on their learnings and identify and achieve changes in their circumstances. This book is based on original research by the author that sought to un.