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Author Trotzer, James P.

Title Counselor and The Group [electronic resource] : Integrating Theory, Training, and Practice

Published Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013.

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 UniM INTERNET resource    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 online resource (605 p.)
Notes Description based upon print version of record.
Contents Cover; The Counselor and the Group: Integrating Theory, Training,and Practice; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of Figures; Preface; Prologue; The Picture; The Puzzle Pieces; The Puzzlemaking; The Puzzlemaker; Learning Activity; Group Counseling is Like . . .; 1. Introduction and Context; Our Changing World; The Domain of Choice; The Need for Group Counseling; The Need for Training; Basic Training Components; Book Format; Strategies for Obtaining Group Experience; Strategies for Counselor Trainees; Strategies for Practicing Counselors; The Mythical, Ideal, Ultimate, Basic Group Course
2. Definitions and DistinctionsA Group is a Group (or Is It?); General Nature of Groups; Group Counseling Definition; What; Who; Why; Advantages of Group Counseling; Safety Factors in Groups; Sense of Belonging; Social Value of Group Counseling ; Group as Power; Helping and Being Helped; Self-Correcting Group Dynamics; Curative Factors in Groups; Spectator Therapy; Feedback for Growth; Personalizing the Learning Process; Increasing Counselor Contact; The Group Work Umbrella; Relating Focus and Process; Learning Activities; The Nature of Group; Group Counseling Definition and Advantages
Group Dynamics3. Rationale for Group Counseling; The Development of a Psychological Framework; The Psychological Rationale for Group Work; The Person Component; Basic Human Needs; Physiological Needs; Safety Needs; Love and Belonging; Esteem; Self-Actualization; Needs and Relationships: Formation of the Self/Viewing Man in a Social Context; The Process Component; The Johari Window; Putting it All Together; The Purpose Component; Relating the Rationale to the Group Process; Learning Activities; Needs and Groups: A Self Assessment Exercise; Coming to Life Activities; Individual Activities
Dyad ActivitiesGroup Activities; 4. Process of Group Counseling; Background; Nature of the Process ; Group Process and Problem Solving; The Security Stage; The Acceptance Stage; The Responsibility Stage; The Work Stage; The Closing Stage; A Precautionary Note; Concluding Comments; Learning Activities; Trust Ring; Closed Fist; Life Story; Poem of Self; Coat of Arms; Gestalt Interventions; Strength Bombardment; Awareness and Responsibility; Problem Identification and Rating; Behavioral Problem Solving; Go-Round; Feelings Face; Feelings Doodles; 5. Process to Practice
Turning Group Dynamics into Form and FunctionDevelopmental Perspective; Developmental Tasks: Seeds of Form and Function; Security Stage; Task S1: Getting Acquainted; Task S2: Interpersonal Warm-Up; Task S3: Setting Boundaries; Task S4: Building Trust; Acceptance Stage; Task A1: Personal Sharing; Task A2: Giving Feedback; Task A3: Building Cohesiveness and Closeness; Task A4: Learning to Accept Self; Task A5: Learning to Accept Others; Responsibility Stage; Task R1: Self-Assessment; Task R2: Recognizing Ownership; Task R3: Experiencing and Building Responsibility; Task R4: Giving Respect
Task R5: Doing a Fair Share
Summary The third edition of this text is expanded and embellished by the addition of chapters by noted group experts. It is logically organized into chapters that present the merits, rationale, dynamics, process and developmental tasks of group counseling. It discusses leader and member dynamics in depth, provides technical guidance for organizing and running groups, and gives special emphasis to the use of structured activities in groups and the relevance of family theory as a resource to group leaders.Readers will not only learn about groups but will learn how to lead groups. The group process model presented is explained clearly using language and diagrams that are easy to follow. The activities at the end of each chapter provide an experiential extension to the content so that readers can internalize and apply concepts. The book is intended to be a hands-on tool that will give credence to groups as a helping process in which clients learn to solve personal and interpersonal problems, learn and grow in personally meaningful ways..
Other author Ebook Library
Subject Group counseling.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781134940103 120.00 (NL),100.00 (3U)