Group work

An international conversation highlighting diversity in practice

Gregory J Tully, Jean Bacon, Georgianna Dolan-Reilly, Alexandra Lo Re

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ISBN: 978-1-861771-34-6
Series: AASWG Proceedings
BIC Categories: Psychology, Central government policies, Social welfare & social services, Social work
Categories: Counselling, Groupwork, Health Services, Human Services, Social Work
Published: May 2013
234 x 156 x 12 mm
220 pages
Publisher: Whiting & Birch Ltd

Papers from the 2012 International Symposium on Social Work with Groups, Long Island, 2012.
Diversity in group work practice: An obstacle or opportunity?
William Pelech & Robert Basso
Examining the relationship between leader behavior and group climate for aggressive adolescents in group intervention: A pilot study
Marisa D. Mahler & Eva Feindler
Recovering together: multiple family group therapy in work with adolescent chemical abusers
Loretta Hartley-Bangs & Colleen Egan
Effects of peer group intervention on sexual addiction treatment in Iran
Masoomeh Maarefvand & Maryam Sadat Mirmalek Sani
Under the influence of Katy: Foundational contributions of Dr. Catherine P. Papell and other greats
Reverend Judith A.B. Lee
Walking the talk: Utilizing group work in social work education gatekeeping
Mary Wilson
Developing a white anti-racism identity: A psycho-educational group model
Kathryn K. Berg & Shirley Simon
De Wallonie et du Québec : réflexions sur les stratégies de formation visant à développer une culture de l’intervention de groupe chez les étudiants en travail social
Ginette Berteau & Louise Warin
Group work with KEG Cards: Keys to emotional growth
W. J. Casstevens, L. Cloninger, & E. Avinor
Understanding the refugee experience: Culturally sensitive group work with resettled Burmese male refugees
P. Matthew Lozano
Group based parental skills training: Parents’ view
Jorūnė Vyšniauskytė-Rimkienė
Tuckman goes backpacking: Training outdoor student leaders in group work theory and practice
Emily Wilk
Homicide survivors: Supporting victims’ loved ones through groups
Lauren Phillips
Roots and Wings: Reflections on AASWG
Dr. Ellen Sue Mesbur
Jean Bacon
Jean Bacon, Ph.D., is currently the Executive Director at Butterfly, a community mental health agency. She served on the faculty at Stony Brook University’s School of Social Welfare for fifteen years. She has experience teaching practice, group work, and treatment of children and adolescents. Dr. Bacon’s research areas include bereavement, grief ... read more
Georgianna Dolan-Reilly
Georgianna Dolan-Reilly, LMSW, is Chief Editor, Board Member, and a Staff Writer at Social Justice Solutions. Georgianna received her master’s in Social Welfare from Stony Brook University in 2012. As a student, she interned as a School Social Worker and School Health Policy Specialist. Georgianna has research experience in the areas ... read more
Alexandra Lo Re
Alexandra Lo Re, LMSW, received her master’s degree in social work from Adelphi University in May, 2012. Before entering Adelphi, Alexandra worked as an assistant editor for a curriculum-based publishing company in Manhattan. As a student in her social work graduate program, she interned at an early-elementary school and a pediatric ... read more
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