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Learning Group Leadership: An Experiential Approach [With DVD]TitoloLearning Group Leadership: An Experiential Approach [With DVD]
AutoreEnglar-Carlson, Matt ; Kottler, Jeffrey A.
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CategoriaPsychology: Psychotherapy - Group
RilegaturaHardcover
Dati524 p.; ill.
Anno2009
EditoreSage Publications (CA)
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This book is a practical and reality-focused textbook on how to conduct and lead groups in a variety of settings.

Indice e argomenti trattati
Acknowledgmentsxv
Introductionxvii
What This Book Will Do and What It will Not Doxviii
Taking an Experiential Journeyxviii
Some Legitimate Concernsxix
A Structure That Goes Beyond Basicsxxii
Meet Your Authorsxxiii
What You Can Expectxxiv
Some Final Advicexxvi
PART I: FOUNDATIONS OF GROUP WORK
The World of Groups
3
The Challenge of Leading Groups
4
The Joys of Leading Groups
6
The World of Groups
7
Kinds of Groups
9
Experiential Groups
9
Task Groups
11
Educational Groups
13
Process Groups
14
Self-Help/Mutual Help Groups
18
Counseling Groups
20
Inpatient Therapy Groups
22
Universal Therapeutic Factors in Groups
24
Do Groups Work?
29
Review of What You Learned
30
Your Behavior in Groups
33
A Lifetime of Group Skills: The Good News
34
More Good News: Group Leadership Training and Personal Growth
38
Now the Bad News
39
Practicing What You Preach
41
The Personal Qualities of Group Leaders
43
Trustworthiness
44
Self-Acceptance
44
Charisma
45
Sense of Humor
46
Flexibility
47
Honesty
49
Compassion
49
Clear-Headedness
50
Guidelines for Group Membership and Participation
51
Review of What You Learned
55
Understanding Group Dynamics and Systems
57
Linear and Circular Causality
58
Systems Theory
60
Family of Origin and Interpersonal Issues
65
Interaction Patterns
71
What to Look For
73
Proxemics
73
Nonverbal Behavior
75
Silences
76
Member Roles
79
For Review: High- and Low-Functioning Groups
83
Review of What You Learned
84
Stages of Group Development
87
What You Should Know About Developmental Theory and Groups
88
So Many Group Stages
91
Stages of Group Evolution
94
Induction
94
Experimental Engagement
97
Cohesive Engagement
101
Disengagement
105
Group Stages in Action
108
What to Look for Over Time
109
Review of What You Learned
111
Multicultural Dimensions of Group Work
113
Helping Those Who Need It the Most
114
What is a Multiculturally Competent Group Leader?
116
Building Strong Multicultural Alliances
118
Until You Have Walked in My Shoes: Exploring Discrimination in Group Settings
121
Understanding the Blood
122
You Got to Stand Up
123
Group Class
124
Ignoring the Obvious
125
Sexism in the Leaders Chair
126
Can I Share Myself?
127
Start With Yourself
128
Common Themes to Consider in Multicultural Group Work
129
Caution
130
Courage
130
Labeling
131
Self-Disclosure
132
Level of Cultural Identification and Acculturation
133
Power
134
Validation
135
Review of What You Learned
135
Theories of Group Intervention
137
Theories and Group Leadership
138
Why Bother With Theories?
141
The Psychoanalytic Approach
143
Review of Basic Assumptions
143
What do You do with This Stuff?
146
The Person-Centered Approach
148
Basic Principles
148
The Existential Approach
152
Basic Philosophy
152
Uses of the Existential Approach
152
Existential Group in Action
155
The Gestalt Approach
156
Gestalt Principles
157
Gestalt Techniques
157
The Cognitive Behavioral Approach
159
Underlying Assumptions
160
Basic Structure
160
Irrational Beliefs
161
Disputing Beliefs
161
A CBT Group in Action
162
The Reality Therapy Approach
163
Some Basic Premises
163
Relational-Cultural Theory
164
The Narrative Approach
168
Narrative Assumptions
168
Narrative Group Techniques
169
Brief Group Structures
172
Planning a Brief Group
172
Other Theories We did Not Get Around To
173
An Integrative Model
174
Review of What You Learned
176
PART II: SKILLS OF THE GROUP LEADER
Assessment and Group Diagnostics
179
Knowing Where to Hit the Pipe
180
What is Assessment and Diagnosis in Groups?
181
Individual Assessment
182
Group Assessment
183
Self-Assessment
184
An Example of Diagnosis in Action
186
Models of Assessment and Diagnosis
190
Diagnostic Models and Their Use in Groups
191
Sample Progress Notes
192
Alternative Diagnostic Models
193
Developmental Assessment
194
Behavioral Assessment
195
Interpersonal Assessment
197
Systemic Assessment
199
Theoretical Models of Assessment
200
Review of What You Learned
202
Specialized Leadership Skills
205
Helping Skills in Groups
206
Soliciting Honest Feedback
208
Skills Adapted for Groups
211
Rephrasing
212
Reflecting Feelings
212
Interpreting
213
Questioning
214
Reframing
215
Confronting
217
Self-Disclosing
218
Suggesting
219
Summarizing
221
Group Skills
222
Linking
223
Cuing
224
Blocking
225
Supporting
227
Energizing
230
Review of What You Learned
233
When to Intervene in Groups
235
It is Not Always What You do but When and How You Do It
237
Differences of Opinion
237
When You must do Something
239
Lack of Group Cohesion, Trust, and Intimacy
240
Disrespect and Abusive Behavior
242
Rambling
243
Withdrawal and Passivity
245
Apprehension and Anxiety
245
Feedback
246
Threat to Harm
248
Boredom
249
Lack of Direction
251
Lights. Camera. Action
252
Manipulation and Attention Seeking
254
Coercion and Peer Pressure
255
Closure
256
The Power of Language and What to Say: Group Leaders as Langauge Coaches
259
Self-Defeating and Distancing Language
259
Words to Avoid in Therapeutic Groups
261
Fair
261
Platitude
262
Need
262
Can't
262
Never
263
Expect
263
Must
263
Problem
264
I'm
264
Maybe
264
Made
265
Wrong
265
Some Closing Words on Words Themselves
266
Review of What You Learned
266
Group Techniques and Structures
267
Ways to Prepare a Group
268
Questions to Consider During Screening
270
Ways to Begin a Group
272
Ways to Build Cohesion and Intimacy
278
Ways to Promote Risk Taking
280
Fear of Consequences
281
Fear of Failure
282
Degree of Comfort
284
Selling Risk Taking
286
Risk-Taking Interventions
288
Ways to Solve Problems
289
Ways to Facilitate Task Completion
291
Ways to Rehearse New Behaviors
293
Ways to Work Briefly
297
Ways to End a Group
298
Review of What You Learned
302
PART III: APPLICATIONS AND SIGNIFICANT ISSUES
Coleadership and Supervision
305
Power of the Coleadership Model
306
Greater Coverage
307
Exert More Control
309
Model a Good ``Marriage''
310
Double the Expertise, Resources, and Personality
311
Coleaders Support Each Other
313
Opportunities for Identification
314
Mentoring of Beginners
316
Some Dangers and Limitations
318
Realities to Consider
318
Basics to Keep in Mind
321
Coleader Matching
321
Choose a Partner Wisely: If You Have a Choice
322
Preplanning With Your Coleader
323
Sit Opposite From One Another
325
Develop a Signal System
326
Talk Across the Group to Your Coleader
327
Balance Your Contributions
329
Cue One Another
329
Guest Coleaders
330
How to Debrief a Coleader and Get the Most From These Sessions
331
Tell Your Partner What You Are Working On
333
Ask for What You Need
334
Remember Points of Confusion
334
Compare Notes on Critical Incidents
336
Work on Your Relationship
336
Review of What You Learned
338
Critical Incidents and Difficult Group Members: Challenges and Obstacles
339
Common Critical Incidents
340
First Impressions
342
Unequal Participation
343
Statement of Superficial Concerns
345
Small Talk
345
Collective Silence
346
First Angry Outburst
348
Giving Advice
350
Power Struggles
350
Acute Anxiety
351
Prejudicial Incidents
352
Setbacks
353
Boredom
354
Interpersonal Conflict
355
Strategies for Handling Critical Incidents
361
Review of What You Learned
364
Ethical Issues Unique to Group Work
365
Special Challenges
365
Major Ethical Issues in Group Leadership
367
Confidentiality Cannot Be Guaranteed
368
Coercion and Peer Pressure
370
Multiple Relationships Become More Complex
372
Training is Often Insufficient
374
Slightly Unethical Behaviors That Create Deception and Moral Conundrums
376
Little White Lies
376
You Don't have to Say or do Anything in Here Unless You Want to
376
This is a Safe Place to Work on Yourself
377
I Neither Like nor Dislike You; You're a Client
378
I Remember a Time When
378
I Know We Can Help You
379
What I Think Does Not Matter
379
Everybody in This Group Will Be Treated Equally
380
What can You do About all These Issues?
380
Making Sound Ethical Decisions
381
Becoming an Ethical Group Leader
383
Review of What You Learned
384
PART IV: ADVANCED GROUP STRUCTURES
Advanced Group Leadership: Creative Interventions and Difficult Members
387
The Role of Techniques for More Experienced Leaders
388
Personal and Physical Considerations
390
Personal Control
390
Mastery of Space
391
Subgrouping
392
Using Time
392
Bridging
393
Creating Homogeneous Groups
394
Using Psychodramatic Structures
395
Using Metaphors in Group Settings
398
Types of Metaphors
399
The Structure and Characteristics of Metaphors
401
Difficult Group Members
401
Manipulation and Hidden Agendas
403
Self-Centered and Entitled Behavior
403
The Silent Group Member
406
The Distracting and Diverting Member
408
The Argumentative and Abusive Group Member
409
The Resistant Group Member
410
Why People Create Difficulties and What can be Done
412
Set Boundaries and Limits
413
Look at Your Own Contributions to the Problem
415
Challenges of Group Leadership
416
Confront of Group Leadership
416
Confront Failures, Reframe Them, and Apply What You Learned
416
A Summary of Management Principles
418
Review of What You Learned
419
Adjunct Structures to Group Work
421
Therapeutic Writing
422
Journal Writing
425
Catharsis
426
Introspection
426
Self-Intimacy
427
Processing Insights
428
Dialogue with Group Leader
429
Self-Discipline
430
Creative Expression
430
Some Dangers of Journal Writing
432
Homework
434
Questionnaires and Logs
436
Using Videos and Films
437
Bibliotherapy and Printed Handouts
439
Field Trips
443
Review of What You Learned
445
Group Leadership Applied to Social Justice and Social Action
447
Empowered to Make a Difference
448
Social Justice in Group Leadership
449
A Point and Counterpoint
451
The Role of Altruism
453
Expand Your Vision: Social Justice on the Global Stage
454
Social Justice in Action: Several Case Examples
455
Shoot for Bigger Goals
459
The End of Our Journey: Where to Go Next?
459
Review of What You Learned
462
References465
Index489
About the Authors523

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