Groupwork and Mental health

Edited by Oded Manor

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ISBN: 978-1-861771-11-7
Series: Groupwork Monographs
Categories: Groupwork
Published: August 2010
216 x 140 x 12 mm
222 pages
Publisher: Whiting & Birch Ltd
“The journal Groupwork, first published in 1988, has been a specialist reference source for practitioners and, arguably, the principal location within the United Kingdom for the development of groupwork theory, dissemination of groupwork research and evolution of groupwork practice.”
(Professor Michael Preston-Shoot)

This book is the first title in the Groupwork Monographs Series. Each of the books in this series is an anthology of groupwork papers dedicated to one theme within the area of groupwork practice. The books can be used in a number of ways: Practitioners may draw on the ideas when considering their planned and current practice.
  • Students may explore this pool of knowledge when expanding their understanding of groupwork.
  • Teachers and trainers of groupwork may choose papers that direct their students to certain features of this method.
  • Researchers may look for references that are still relevant to their particular area of study.
All are invited to sample a pool of knowledge that has accumulated within the pages of Groupwork over almost two decades.
Gabrielle Richards

Using groupwork in community mental health: Practitioners’ views
Ben Papps, Oded Manor and Jerome Carson

Groupwork with schizophrenia: Clinical aspects
Susan E. Mason

Multi-family group interventions with schizophrenia
Jane Hanvey Phillips and Jacqueline Corcoran

Supporting voices: Groupwork with people suffering from schizophrenia
Lynda Randall and Wendy Walker

Evaluative study of group work for stress and anxiety
Rhona Birrell Weisen

‘Cycling over Everest’: Groupwork with depressed women
Pamela Trevithick

Henderson Hospital: Greater than the sum of its sub-groups
Dr Kingsley Norton

Groupwork fit for purpose? An inclusive framework for mental health
Oded Manor

Strengths and weaknesses of self-help groups in mental health: The case of Grow
Kam-shing Yip
Oded Manor is a leading authority in groupwork, previously Principal Lecturer in Social Work at Middlesex University. ... read more
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