Groupwork Volume 9

An Interdisciplinary Journal for Working with Groups

Edited by Nuala Lordan, Tara Mistry, Claire Wintram

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Hardback
ISBN: 978-1-861770-63-9
Series: Groupwork Classics
Categories: Groupwork, Health Services, Human Services, Social Work
Published: January 2008
216 x 140 x 21 mm
380 pages
Publisher: Whiting & Birch Ltd
Since its first issue in 1988, much interesting and inspiring material has been published in Groupwork. Most of this still says much of use to today's groupworkers, and there is a steady stream of requests for reprints. We are therefore making back volumes of Groupwork available in book form. Authors in this volume include leading academic figures in the field as well as practitioners working in the field. Any groupworker will find this material of enduring interest.

The first 13 volumes of Groupwork will be available from Summer 2007, and Volume 14 will appear in the Autumn.

All titles in the Groupwork Classics series will also be printed in the United States, and available at 48 to 72 hours notice through the N American booktrade (USA price for volume 1 is US$75.00).
Living with loss: A bereavement support group
Sheila Thompson, School of Social Work, McGill University
A collaborative group approach for urban parents 
Mary McKernan McKay, Teresa Garcia, Joseph Scally and Lori Martinez, Institute for Juvenile Research, University of Illinois, Chicago
Groupwork with male ‘domestic’ abusers: Models and dilemmas
Audrey Mullender, Professor in Social Work, University of Warwick
‘Without the group, I’d still be eating half the Co-op’: An example of groupwork with women who use food
Jill Ball and Annemarie Norman, , Northern Initiative on Women and Food, Newcastle
The use of sculpt in social groupwork education
Nuala Lordan, University College, Cork
Groupwork into the future: Some personal reflections
Allan Brown, formerly University of Bristol
Ethical issues in practice: Participatory social research and groups
George Taylor, Dept of Social and Community Studies, De Montfort University
Enhancing research usefulness with adapted focus groups
Alice M. Home, Professor of Social Work, University of Ottawa
Focus groups and familiar social work skills: Their contribution to practitioner research
Pat Walton, Lecturer in Post-Qualifying Studies (Child Care)
Focusing on groups in social policy research
Paul Swift, Project Researcher, School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol
Exploitation or empowerment? Gaining access to young people’s reflections on crime prevention Strategies
Alan France, Research Fellow, University of Warwick University
A youth and community work approach to practitioner research into sensitive issues
Steve Kenny, Dept of Applied Community Studies, Manchester Metropolitan University
Black community members-as-researchers: Working with community groups in the research process
Simon Dyson and Mark Harrison, Director, Centre for Social Action, de Montfort University,
Empowering research process: Using groups in research to empower the people
Asnarulkhadi Abu-Samah, Doctoral student, University of Nottingham
Storming as transformation: A case study of group relationships
Oded Manor, Middlesex University
An art therapy group for young people with eating difficulties
 Janet Fitzsimmons, Social Worker and Rosemary Levy, Art Therapist, Barnet Social Services Children and Families Health related Social Work Team
Intervention in the decision-making of youth gangs
Francis W L Lee, Dept of Social Work, Chinese University of Hong Kong, T. Wing Lo and Dennis S W Wong, Dept of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong
Support groups for families of confused elders: Issues surrounding open peer-led groups
Elizabeth Hughes Schneewind, Independent Social Worker
Drama and groupwork: Overcoming the ‘double whammy’
Philip Moore, Actor and Groupworker, Cumbria Probation
Psychosocial assistance to refugee and displaced women in Croatia
Nina Pecnik, School of Social Work, University of Zagreb and Mira Miskulin, Programme for Refugee Women, ‘Sunflower’ Centre for Grassroots Relief, Zagreb
Tara Mistry
Tara Mistry is Lecturer in Social Work, University of Bristol and current Co-Editor of Groupwork. ... read more
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