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Group work with populations at risk

Author: Geoffrey L Greif; Paul H Ephross
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2004.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"Group Work with Populations at Risk, 2nd Edition", is a fundamental book aimed at social workers and other mental health professionals interested in at-risk groups with specific populations. Accessible and practical as well as scientifically and theoretically sound, the text provides a set of guidelines for social workers who are called upon to work with groups of people facing such issues as cancer, AIDS,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Group work with populations at risk.
New York : Oxford University Press, 2004
(DLC) 2003060917
(OCoLC)52858157
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Geoffrey L Greif; Paul H Ephross
ISBN: 9780198035589 0198035586 0195303520 9780195303520 9780195156676 0195156676 9786610502554 6610502552
OCLC Number: 59713659
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 458 pages)
Contents: Introduction, Social work with groups : practice principles / Paul H. Ephross --
Group work with cancer patients / Barry M. Daste and Steven R. Rose --
Group work with seriously mentally ill people / Charles Garvin --
Group work services to people with AIDS during a changing pandemic / George S. Getzel --
Group work with head-injured people / Susan T. Futeral --
Group work in the prevention of adolescent alcohol and other drug abuse / Andrew Malekoff --
Common themes for parents in a methadone maintenance group / Geoffrey L. Greif --
Support groups for widows and widowers / Carolyn Ambler Walter --
Group work with noncustodial parents / Geoffrey L. Greif --
Group work with children of divorce / Sara Bonkowski --
Group work with elderly persons / Susan Rice --
In-person counseling and Internet self-help groups : synthesizing new forms of social work practice / Andrea Meier --
Group work with Asian-American immigrants : a cross-cultural perspective / Shoshanna Ringel --
Working with victims of hate crimes / Joan C. Weiss --
Group work with women who have experienced abuse / Margot Breton and Anna Nosko --
Group treatment of intimate partner abusers / Steven Stosny --
Group work with African-American youth in the criminal justice system : a culturally competent model / Aminifu R. Harvey --
Group work with sex offenders / Paul H. Ephross --
Group work with sexually abused children / Sharon S. England and Kay Martel Connors --
Group work with offenders / Margaret M. Wright --
Group work with gay men / Steven Ball and Benjamin Lipton --
Group work with lesbians / Bonnie J. Englehardt --
Group work with urban African-American parents in their neighborhood schools / Geoffrey L. Greif --
Group work with victims of school and community violence / John A. Kayser --
Group work with employee-related issues / Muriel Gray and Melissa Littlefield --
Group work in context : organizational and community factors / Elizabeth A. Mulroy --
Using evidence-based practice and intervention research with treatment groups for populations at risk / Andrea Meier and Edna Comer.
Responsibility: edited by Geoffrey L. Greif, Paul H. Ephross.

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