The Resource 101 interventions in group therapy, Scott Simon Fehr, editor

101 interventions in group therapy, Scott Simon Fehr, editor

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101 interventions in group therapy
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101 interventions in group therapy
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Scott Simon Fehr, editor
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One hundred and one interventions in group therapy
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  • Group psychotherapy
  • Psychotherapy, Group
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101 interventions in group therapy, Scott Simon Fehr, editor
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 13
  • Using Dreams in Group Therapy
  • Robi Friedman
  • Differentiating Between Dreaming and Dreamtelling and Three Ways to Approach Dreams
  • Description of Population
  • Description of Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 14
  • Ranking Task As an In-Vivo Experience of Negotiation Awareness in an Interpersonal Skills Training Group
  • Contraindication
  • Haran Wernik
  • Introduction
  • Client Population
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 15
  • Interventions in Groups with Clients Sharing the Same Critical Fact
  • Ainara Arnoso
  • When Social Regard Needs Adjustment
  • ch. 2
  • Clients
  • Intervention Description
  • Three-Phase Intervention
  • Response of Clients to This Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindication to This Intervention
  • ch. 16
  • Bridging in Group Therapy Using Movement Improvisation
  • Joan Wittig
  • Authentic Movement
  • Process Oriented Group Population
  • Group Therapist As Storyteller
  • Seven-Stage Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 17
  • "What's So Funny?" The Group Leader's Use of Humor in Adolescent Groups
  • Sean Grover
  • They Can Talk About Almost Anything
  • Am I a Hostage in This Group?
  • Intervention
  • Marvin Kaphan
  • Examples of the Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 18
  • Using Grammar to Increase Immediacy and Affect
  • Martha Gilmore
  • Distancing from Emotions
  • Group Members
  • Intervention
  • Typical Responses
  • Making Unconscious Ambivalence Conscious
  • Conclusions and Contraindications
  • ch. 19
  • Hardiness Enhancement: A Pathway to Resilience
  • Justin A. D'Arienzo
  • Hardiness As a Concept
  • U.S. Military Population
  • Intervention of Eight Stages
  • Typical Response
  • Contraindications and Conclusions
  • ch. 20
  • Description of the Groups
  • Group As a Place to Practice New Behaviors
  • Myrna L. Frank
  • Introduction
  • Client Population
  • Intervention Guidelines
  • How This Works and Client Responses
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 21
  • Counterresistance: Its Manifestation and Impact on Group Intervention and Management
  • Carla Penna
  • Interventions
  • Counterresistance
  • Description of the Group and Client Population
  • Resistance and Counterresistance in the Group Setting
  • Intervention
  • Renovated Group
  • Conclusion and Counterindications
  • ch. 22
  • Some Thoughts on Silence in Group Therapy
  • Bennett Roth
  • Silence in an Analytic Group Population
  • Typical Responses
  • Idea of Listening to Silence
  • Therapist Self-Intervention
  • Listening to Oneself in Group
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindication
  • ch. 23
  • "When Boundaries Breathe"
  • Richard Beck
  • Frame or Boundary
  • Population
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • "Will You Do This for Us?": The Intervention
  • Short Description of the Response to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 24
  • You Can Teach an Old Dog New Tricks!
  • Ava J. Kotch
  • Geriatric Major Depression Group Population
  • Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • ch. 3
  • ch. 25
  • Fee Payment As an Aspect of Group Communication
  • Patricia Kyle Dennis
  • Theoretical Rationale
  • Group Description
  • Intervention
  • Responses to Intervention
  • Conclusions and Contraindications
  • ch. 26
  • "What Do You Mean I Should Tell Her What I Think About Her?" Psychoeducation About Interpersonal Process
  • Using Primary Language to Access Primary Affect
  • Anne M. Slocum McEneaney
  • Teaching Tale
  • Slow-Open and Time-Limited Group Populations
  • Psychoeducational Intervention Tale
  • Responses to the Interpersonal Exchange
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 27
  • Masks We Wear
  • Claudia P. Calabrese
  • Using the Concept of the Persona/Mask
  • Jerrold Lee Shapiro
  • Adolescent Population
  • Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 28
  • Using Art Therapy Technique in a Psychodynamic-Oriented Group
  • Haim Weinberg
  • Your Body-Yourself: Draw Your Body and Explore Your Self-image
  • Conditions and Population
  • Description of the Intervention
  • Back, to Roots: An Intervention for Eliciting Greater Emotional Depth
  • Clients' Responses
  • Contraindications
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 29
  • Advice Giving
  • Russell Hopfenberg
  • What Should I Do?
  • Patient Population
  • Intervention
  • Patients' Responses to the Intervention
  • Description of Population
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 30
  • Bridging As a Tool to Avoid Scapegoating
  • Melissa Black
  • Intervention
  • Response to the Intervention
  • Possible Contraindications
  • ch. 31
  • Installation of Hope in Bereavement Groups for the Elderly
  • Mark A. Cohen
  • Five-Step Intervention
  • Profundity in a Word
  • Loss of a Spouse
  • Population Within an Ongoing Group
  • Clients Respond
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 32
  • "I's" Have It!
  • Margaret M. Postlewaite
  • Heighten Awareness and Responsibility
  • Multiple Populations
  • Conclusion
  • Intervention
  • Corollary Intervention
  • Contraindications and Recommendations
  • ch. 33
  • Therapeutic Play Reading
  • Barney Straus
  • Hidden Aspect of Oneself
  • Literate Population
  • Intervention Dialogue and Implementation
  • Responses to Activity
  • ch. 4
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 34
  • Women's Empowerment Group Using Art Therapy
  • Tal Schwartz
  • Emotional Journey
  • Group Description
  • Intervention
  • Typical Responses and Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 35
  • How Can You Not See My Pain?
  • Utilizing the Group to Counter Negative Identifications in Patients Finding Their Own Voice
  • David Cantor
  • Unconscious Process of Identification
  • Description of Group and Patient Population
  • Intervention
  • Typical Response to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 36
  • Eliciting Self-Awareness via Existential Fantasy Questions in a Half-Hour Group
  • Arnold W. Hammari
  • Steven L. Van Wagoner
  • Hypothetical Situations
  • Population
  • Guidelines for Intervention and Existential Questions
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 37
  • From Silence to Frenzy: Resistance in the Face of Shame
  • Steven L. Schklar
  • Seeking the "Corrective Emotional Experience" Type of Group Population
  • ch. 1
  • Working with Hidden Fragility in Group Members
  • Intervention Rationale
  • Step-by-Step Guidelines
  • Typical Responses Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 38
  • Degree of Structure in Group Format Toward Facilitation Group Alliances, Empathy, and Cohesion
  • Sharon L. Schwartzberg
  • Introduction
  • Description of Group and Client Population
  • Description of Intervention
  • Typical Response oif the Itervention
  • Population and Problem
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 39
  • Exploring Attachment in a Treatment Group for Men Who Batter
  • Steven Van Wagoner
  • Introduction
  • Type of Group and Population
  • Intervention
  • Group's Response
  • Conclusions and Contraindications
  • ch. 40
  • Intervention and Group Response
  • Use of Group Processes for Alleviating Teachers' Stress Within a School Setting
  • Roberta L. Slavin
  • Introduction
  • Description of Group Population
  • Interventions
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 41
  • Diminishing Dissociative Experiences for War Veterans in Group Therapy
  • Vivien Henderson
  • Theory
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • Description of the Group --
  • ch. 5
  • Animal-Assisted Therapy with a Group of Young Children with Social Problems
  • Chana Schneider
  • Introduction
  • Client Population
  • Therapists
  • Who Owes You an Apology?
  • Description of Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 6
  • "Am I My Mother's Daughter?" Eliciting Self-Awareness in the Transmission of Gender Roles Through Family Role Models
  • Leyla Navaro
  • Influence of the Family Role Model
  • Group Participants
  • Intervention Description
  • Participant Responses
  • Gary L. Sandelier
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 7
  • Living with Dying: How to Keep the Group Alive When the Members Are Dying
  • Toby Ellen Newman
  • Introduction
  • Description of Group and Client Population
  • Four-Stage Intervention
  • Patient Responses to Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • Unforgotten Hurt
  • ch. 8
  • Gambling Chair
  • T. Wing Lo
  • Introduction
  • Client Population
  • Guidelines for the Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 9
  • Bringing a New Member into Group: Marking a New Place in the Cycle
  • Appropriate Population
  • Joshua M. Gross
  • Regression As a Normal Group Process
  • Population
  • Significant or Negative Intervention
  • Effective or Contraindicated
  • ch. 10
  • Crystal and the Stone: Use of Transitional Objects in Groups
  • Shari Baron
  • Transitional Object
  • Client Population
  • Intervention of Dialogue
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Typical Responses to This Intervention
  • Conclusions and Contraindications
  • ch. 11
  • Vicissitudes of Power and Its Relationship to Money
  • Lise Motherwell
  • Money Can Represent Power, Love, Freedom, or Security
  • Description of Group
  • Description of Intervention
  • Typical Responses
  • Surprising Client Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 12
  • Expect the Unexpected: An Intervention in a Psychodynamic Women's Group with Pregnant Women
  • Maria van Noort
  • Introduction
  • Patient Population
  • Situation Before the Intervention
  • Intervention
  • Clients' Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • Description of Group and Client Population
  • Typical Response to the Intervention
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 53
  • Transitional Exercise from the Didactic to the Experiential in a Group Therapy Class
  • Daniel S. Schoenwald
  • Introduction
  • Graduate Student Population
  • Description of Intervention
  • Typical Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Description of Interventions
  • Contraindication
  • ch. 54
  • What and Who Belong in the Group? Managing Early Crises
  • David Glyn
  • Group Develops
  • University Setting
  • Simple Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 55
  • Case Examples
  • Alchemy and Transformation: The Disturber in Group
  • Avraham Cohen
  • Expose the Gold
  • Educational or Psychotherapy Group
  • Description of Intervention
  • Typical Response to the Intervention
  • Contraindications
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 56
  • Family Member Association
  • Typical Response to the Intervention
  • Carol Scott Drury
  • Polite and the Not So Polite
  • Client Population
  • Guidelines for the Intervention
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindication
  • ch. 57
  • Building Self-Esteem Using Assertiveness Training and Props
  • Sheila Sazant
  • Conclusions and Contraindications
  • Equality in Human Relations
  • Intervention: Attention! Attention! Now Hear This!
  • This Client's Response to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 58
  • Horseback Riding Workshop for Increasing Self-Awareness
  • Tal-Li Cohen
  • Horse As a Powerful Therapeutic Modality
  • Professionals and the Group Participants
  • First Stage
  • ch. 43
  • Familiarization
  • Second Stage
  • Developing an Interpersonal Relationship with the Horse
  • Third Stage
  • Middle Phase of Group Processes
  • Fourth Stage
  • Termination
  • Participant Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 59
  • To Err Is Human: Turning Our Mistakes into Useful Interventions
  • Leaving the Room for the Sake of Connecting
  • Uri Amit
  • Alone in a Physical World
  • Sex Offender Client Population
  • Description of Intervention
  • Intervention
  • Response to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 60
  • Poetry As a Projective Technique and Springboard for Dialogue in Group Therapy
  • Dave M. Cooperberg
  • Scott Simon Fehr
  • Language of Emotion
  • Process Oriented Groups
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Instructions for Administration and Dialogue
  • Client Responses
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 61
  • Symbolic Meaning of Money in Group Therapy
  • Gregorio Armananzas Ros
  • Therapist As Human
  • Meaning of Money
  • Patient Population: Who Is Responsible for the Bill?
  • Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 62
  • Visualizing Connections and Disconnections: A Social Diagram of the Group
  • Carol Lark
  • Motivational Fabric
  • Group
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Group Clients
  • Clients Respond
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 63
  • Unexpected Consequences: Maintaining the Boundaries in a Therapy Group for Older Adults
  • George Max Saiger
  • Outside Contact in a Geriatric Psychiatry Group
  • Members Must Be Over Sixty-Five Years of Age
  • Case History
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 64
  • Contents note continued:
  • Intervention
  • Shape: A Kinesthetic Approach to Building Healthy Boundaries
  • Danielle L. Fraenkel
  • Relationship to One's Body
  • Unlimited Patient Population Profiles
  • Kinesthetic Intervention
  • Clients' Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 65
  • Trauma Therapy: An Integrative Approach
  • Norman Claringbull
  • Response to Intervention
  • Life-Threatening Traumatic Situations
  • Descriptions of the Client Population
  • Interventions
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 66
  • Creative Use of the Group Contract in Long-Term Psychotherapy Groups
  • Melissa Black
  • Group Contract
  • Psychodynamic or Insight-Oriented Population
  • Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 67
  • "After the Group Has Ended": Imagery to Vivify Termination
  • Miriam Iosupovici
  • Ending Ritual
  • Population and Conditions
  • Guided-Imagery Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 68
  • Contraindications
  • Angry Outburst: Responding to Aggression
  • Robert A. Berley
  • Introduction
  • Event
  • Components of the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Important Contraindications
  • ch. 69
  • Painting Verbal Images
  • Mary Jago Krueger
  • Using Figurative Language As a Tool in Group Therapy
  • ch. 44
  • General Client Population
  • Timing and Samples of Interventions
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 70
  • Awakening Social Consciousness
  • Chad V. Johnson
  • Integrating Social Justice into Group Therapy
  • Oppressed Client Population
  • 10-Step Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Ability to Verbalize One's Needs Clearly in a Geriatric Population
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 71
  • Empty Chair As a Tool to Promote Self-Awareness and Interaction in Groups
  • Thomas A. Glass
  • Hot Seat
  • Applicability to a Variety of Clients
  • Guidelines for the Interaction
  • Typical Responses: Reconciliation of Contradictory Aspects
  • Conclusions and Contraindications
  • ch. 72
  • Toby Berman
  • Spiritually Informed Approach for the Group Leader
  • Robert L. Weber
  • Spiritual Dimension
  • Long-Term Open-Ended Groups
  • Five-Step Intervention for Eliciting Spiritual Awareness in the Group Leader
  • Clients' Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 73
  • Integrating Cognitive Behavioral with Psychodramatic Theory and Techniques
  • Joseph H. Wright
  • Introduction
  • Client/Patient Population
  • Guidelines and Intervention for a Group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (GCBT) Psychodrama
  • Applying CBT Interventions and Techniques to Psychodrama
  • Client/Patient Responses
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 74
  • Preparing Members to Fully Participate in Group Therapy
  • Rebecca MacNair-Semands
  • Creating Norms for Group Members
  • Description of Group
  • Description of Psychotherapy Groups
  • Pre-Group Intervention
  • Anxiety About the Unknown
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 75
  • What to Do When the Group Is Falling Apart
  • Steven L. Van Wagoner
  • Importance of Resistance
  • Group in Crisis
  • Intervention
  • Patient's Statements Elicit the Type of Intervention
  • Group's Response
  • Conclusions and Contraindications
  • ch. 76
  • Difficult Session
  • Marvin Kaphan
  • Inclusion
  • Group Descriptions and Inclusion
  • Interventions
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • Interventions
  • Group Process
  • ch. 77
  • Nine Basic Steps for a Successful Group
  • Joshua M. Gross
  • Checklist for Starting a Group
  • Description
  • Checklist for Starting a Group
  • ch. 78
  • Effective Precipice Toward Recovery
  • T. Wing Lo
  • Gambling Table
  • Conclusion
  • Client Population
  • Guidelines for the Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 79
  • Inoculation Training for Trauma and Stress-Related Disorders
  • Justin A. D'Arienzo
  • Stress Inoculation Training (SIT)
  • Client Population
  • Intervention Guidelines
  • Contraindications
  • Client Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 80
  • Using Metaphors and Stories to Resolve Impasses and Bridge Resistance
  • Jerrold Lee Shapiro
  • Intervention for Eliciting Greater Emotional Depth and Creative Problem Solving
  • Description of Population
  • Description of Intervention
  • Clients' Experiences and Conclusion
  • ch. 81
  • ch. 45
  • Using Humor to Advance Group Work
  • Dave M. Cooperberg
  • Humor in Theory
  • Clients
  • Intervention
  • Typical Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications --
  • Modeling a Nondefensive and Empathic Acceptance of Group Resistance in a School-Based Anger Management Group with Urban Adolescents
  • Ellen Decker
  • "Other People's Children"
  • Goals of the Group and Group Composition
  • Group Design
  • Intervention
  • Clients' Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 46
  • Saying Goodbye: A Termination Ritual
  • Jondra Pennington
  • Connectedness
  • Client Population
  • Description of the Intervention
  • Variations on a Theme
  • Client Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 47
  • Norm Repair
  • Joseph Shay
  • Theoretical Orientation
  • Description of Groups
  • Intervention
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindication
  • ch. 42
  • ch. 48
  • Using the Group Power for Interpretation
  • Dan Raviv
  • Personal Style of Intervention
  • Client Population
  • Intervention Guidelines
  • Clients' Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 49
  • Values Auction
  • I Am Part of the Group Matrix
  • John Mendez
  • Violating a Core Value
  • Description of the Groups
  • Interventions
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 50
  • Individual Psychotherapy in the Context of a Group: An Intervention
  • Joan Childs
  • Introduction
  • Ben Rippa
  • Group Description
  • Presented Issue
  • Intervention
  • Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 51
  • Rope Exercise to Experience Process in the Group
  • Edward W.C. McAllister
  • Experiencing the Various Stages of Group
  • Theoretical Considerations
  • Description of the Groups
  • Guidelines for the Intervention
  • Responses to the Intervention
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 52
  • Let's Talk
  • Susan J. Mendelsohn
  • Effective Communication
  • Group
  • Description of Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • Avraham Cohen
  • Creating the Containment Field for Groups
  • Description of Group and Client Population
  • Description of Intervention
  • Typical Response to the Intervention
  • Contraindications
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 95
  • Humor As a Defense Mechanism in War Veterans
  • Vivien Henderson
  • ch. 83
  • Self-Humor and Gallows Humor
  • Description of the Group
  • Intervention
  • Typical Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 96
  • Trauma Therapy As a Community Enterprise
  • Norman Claringbull
  • Most Traumatized Are the Victims of Minor Events
  • Description of the Client Population
  • "Remember Be Here Now"
  • Interventions
  • Redefining Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 97
  • Trouble to Resource
  • Miriam Iosupovici
  • Recognizing Dualities and Resilience
  • Population
  • Intervention: Four Pathways
  • Contraindications
  • Gary L. Sandelier
  • ch. 98
  • Dealing with Anger in Two Different Phases of Group Development
  • Michael P. Frank
  • Encourage a Win/Win Outcome
  • Description of Group and Client Population
  • Early in the Group's Life
  • Description of Intervention
  • Typical Response
  • Later in the Group's Life: The Working Phase
  • Description of Interventions
  • Immediacy: Here and Now---Being in the Moment
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 99
  • Fee: A Clinical Tool in Group Therapy
  • Shoshana Ben-Noam
  • Money: A Taboo Topic
  • Self-Reflective Group Population
  • Interventions
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 100
  • Client Population and Types of Groups
  • Remembering When: Therapist As a Historian
  • Mary Jago Krueger
  • Making the Unconscious Conscious
  • Group Profile
  • Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 101
  • Therapist Self-Disclosure As an Intervention Toward Normalizing and Eliciting Hope
  • Scott Simon Fehr
  • To Feel Alone
  • Interventional Goal and Technique
  • Group Matrix
  • Intervention of the Therapist Self-Search
  • Typical Response
  • Contraindications
  • Clients' Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 84
  • Contents note continued:
  • Highs and Lows: Expressing Gratitude or Grief in Group
  • Arnold W. Hammari
  • Name One Thing
  • Client Population
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 85
  • En Mi Viejo San Juan (In My Old San Juan)
  • ch. 82
  • Richard Beck
  • At What Level Do We Intervene?
  • Inner-City Day Treatment Population
  • Intervention: "Hum Louder"
  • Response to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 86
  • Changing Chairs: Experiential Exercise for Exploration of Interpersonal Boundaries
  • Patricia Kyle Dennis
  • Whose Chair Is This?
  • Directed Eye Contact: Nonverbal Communication
  • Description of the Group
  • Intervention
  • Intervention Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 87
  • Surfing an Unexpected Group's Tide
  • Uri Amit
  • Dispel a Belief
  • Sex Offender Client Population
  • Intervention
  • Shari Baron
  • Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 88
  • Mindfulness in Group Psychotherapy
  • David Cantor
  • Mindful Individual
  • Short- and Long-Term Group Populations
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Contraindication
  • Nonverbal Communication
  • ch. 89
  • "Zoom"
  • Barney Straus
  • Quick Way to Get a Group Playing Together
  • Client Population
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 90
  • Naughty or Nice: A Technique for Exploring the Mischievous in Us
  • Client Population
  • Lise Motherwell
  • Thoughts on Play and Naughtiness
  • Description of Group
  • Description of Intervention
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 91
  • Look at How I Feel: Art-Assisted Affect Expression
  • Carol Lark
  • Emotionally Disconnected Group
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Clients' Responses
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 92
  • Stress Reduction for Students in Elementary and Middle School
  • Roberta L. Slavin
  • Loss of Morale and Motivation
  • Description of Group Population
  • Interventions
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • Typical Responses to This Intervention
  • ch. 93
  • Chair Is Not a Chair Is Not a Chair
  • Joseph Shay
  • Theoretical Considerations
  • Description of the Groups
  • Intervention
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 94
  • Nurturing the Community Development Dimension in Groups As a Preemptive Intervention
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23 cm.
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Rev. ed.
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l, 577 p.
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9780415882170
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(pbk. : alk. paper)
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2010000684
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Presented to the University of Manitoba Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library from the Max and Mollie Shore Medical Library Trust Fund
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101 interventions in group therapy, Scott Simon Fehr, editor
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 13
  • Using Dreams in Group Therapy
  • Robi Friedman
  • Differentiating Between Dreaming and Dreamtelling and Three Ways to Approach Dreams
  • Description of Population
  • Description of Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 14
  • Ranking Task As an In-Vivo Experience of Negotiation Awareness in an Interpersonal Skills Training Group
  • Contraindication
  • Haran Wernik
  • Introduction
  • Client Population
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 15
  • Interventions in Groups with Clients Sharing the Same Critical Fact
  • Ainara Arnoso
  • When Social Regard Needs Adjustment
  • ch. 2
  • Clients
  • Intervention Description
  • Three-Phase Intervention
  • Response of Clients to This Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindication to This Intervention
  • ch. 16
  • Bridging in Group Therapy Using Movement Improvisation
  • Joan Wittig
  • Authentic Movement
  • Process Oriented Group Population
  • Group Therapist As Storyteller
  • Seven-Stage Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 17
  • "What's So Funny?" The Group Leader's Use of Humor in Adolescent Groups
  • Sean Grover
  • They Can Talk About Almost Anything
  • Am I a Hostage in This Group?
  • Intervention
  • Marvin Kaphan
  • Examples of the Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 18
  • Using Grammar to Increase Immediacy and Affect
  • Martha Gilmore
  • Distancing from Emotions
  • Group Members
  • Intervention
  • Typical Responses
  • Making Unconscious Ambivalence Conscious
  • Conclusions and Contraindications
  • ch. 19
  • Hardiness Enhancement: A Pathway to Resilience
  • Justin A. D'Arienzo
  • Hardiness As a Concept
  • U.S. Military Population
  • Intervention of Eight Stages
  • Typical Response
  • Contraindications and Conclusions
  • ch. 20
  • Description of the Groups
  • Group As a Place to Practice New Behaviors
  • Myrna L. Frank
  • Introduction
  • Client Population
  • Intervention Guidelines
  • How This Works and Client Responses
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 21
  • Counterresistance: Its Manifestation and Impact on Group Intervention and Management
  • Carla Penna
  • Interventions
  • Counterresistance
  • Description of the Group and Client Population
  • Resistance and Counterresistance in the Group Setting
  • Intervention
  • Renovated Group
  • Conclusion and Counterindications
  • ch. 22
  • Some Thoughts on Silence in Group Therapy
  • Bennett Roth
  • Silence in an Analytic Group Population
  • Typical Responses
  • Idea of Listening to Silence
  • Therapist Self-Intervention
  • Listening to Oneself in Group
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindication
  • ch. 23
  • "When Boundaries Breathe"
  • Richard Beck
  • Frame or Boundary
  • Population
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • "Will You Do This for Us?": The Intervention
  • Short Description of the Response to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 24
  • You Can Teach an Old Dog New Tricks!
  • Ava J. Kotch
  • Geriatric Major Depression Group Population
  • Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • ch. 3
  • ch. 25
  • Fee Payment As an Aspect of Group Communication
  • Patricia Kyle Dennis
  • Theoretical Rationale
  • Group Description
  • Intervention
  • Responses to Intervention
  • Conclusions and Contraindications
  • ch. 26
  • "What Do You Mean I Should Tell Her What I Think About Her?" Psychoeducation About Interpersonal Process
  • Using Primary Language to Access Primary Affect
  • Anne M. Slocum McEneaney
  • Teaching Tale
  • Slow-Open and Time-Limited Group Populations
  • Psychoeducational Intervention Tale
  • Responses to the Interpersonal Exchange
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 27
  • Masks We Wear
  • Claudia P. Calabrese
  • Using the Concept of the Persona/Mask
  • Jerrold Lee Shapiro
  • Adolescent Population
  • Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 28
  • Using Art Therapy Technique in a Psychodynamic-Oriented Group
  • Haim Weinberg
  • Your Body-Yourself: Draw Your Body and Explore Your Self-image
  • Conditions and Population
  • Description of the Intervention
  • Back, to Roots: An Intervention for Eliciting Greater Emotional Depth
  • Clients' Responses
  • Contraindications
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 29
  • Advice Giving
  • Russell Hopfenberg
  • What Should I Do?
  • Patient Population
  • Intervention
  • Patients' Responses to the Intervention
  • Description of Population
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 30
  • Bridging As a Tool to Avoid Scapegoating
  • Melissa Black
  • Intervention
  • Response to the Intervention
  • Possible Contraindications
  • ch. 31
  • Installation of Hope in Bereavement Groups for the Elderly
  • Mark A. Cohen
  • Five-Step Intervention
  • Profundity in a Word
  • Loss of a Spouse
  • Population Within an Ongoing Group
  • Clients Respond
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 32
  • "I's" Have It!
  • Margaret M. Postlewaite
  • Heighten Awareness and Responsibility
  • Multiple Populations
  • Conclusion
  • Intervention
  • Corollary Intervention
  • Contraindications and Recommendations
  • ch. 33
  • Therapeutic Play Reading
  • Barney Straus
  • Hidden Aspect of Oneself
  • Literate Population
  • Intervention Dialogue and Implementation
  • Responses to Activity
  • ch. 4
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 34
  • Women's Empowerment Group Using Art Therapy
  • Tal Schwartz
  • Emotional Journey
  • Group Description
  • Intervention
  • Typical Responses and Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 35
  • How Can You Not See My Pain?
  • Utilizing the Group to Counter Negative Identifications in Patients Finding Their Own Voice
  • David Cantor
  • Unconscious Process of Identification
  • Description of Group and Patient Population
  • Intervention
  • Typical Response to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 36
  • Eliciting Self-Awareness via Existential Fantasy Questions in a Half-Hour Group
  • Arnold W. Hammari
  • Steven L. Van Wagoner
  • Hypothetical Situations
  • Population
  • Guidelines for Intervention and Existential Questions
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 37
  • From Silence to Frenzy: Resistance in the Face of Shame
  • Steven L. Schklar
  • Seeking the "Corrective Emotional Experience" Type of Group Population
  • ch. 1
  • Working with Hidden Fragility in Group Members
  • Intervention Rationale
  • Step-by-Step Guidelines
  • Typical Responses Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 38
  • Degree of Structure in Group Format Toward Facilitation Group Alliances, Empathy, and Cohesion
  • Sharon L. Schwartzberg
  • Introduction
  • Description of Group and Client Population
  • Description of Intervention
  • Typical Response oif the Itervention
  • Population and Problem
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 39
  • Exploring Attachment in a Treatment Group for Men Who Batter
  • Steven Van Wagoner
  • Introduction
  • Type of Group and Population
  • Intervention
  • Group's Response
  • Conclusions and Contraindications
  • ch. 40
  • Intervention and Group Response
  • Use of Group Processes for Alleviating Teachers' Stress Within a School Setting
  • Roberta L. Slavin
  • Introduction
  • Description of Group Population
  • Interventions
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 41
  • Diminishing Dissociative Experiences for War Veterans in Group Therapy
  • Vivien Henderson
  • Theory
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • Description of the Group --
  • ch. 5
  • Animal-Assisted Therapy with a Group of Young Children with Social Problems
  • Chana Schneider
  • Introduction
  • Client Population
  • Therapists
  • Who Owes You an Apology?
  • Description of Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 6
  • "Am I My Mother's Daughter?" Eliciting Self-Awareness in the Transmission of Gender Roles Through Family Role Models
  • Leyla Navaro
  • Influence of the Family Role Model
  • Group Participants
  • Intervention Description
  • Participant Responses
  • Gary L. Sandelier
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 7
  • Living with Dying: How to Keep the Group Alive When the Members Are Dying
  • Toby Ellen Newman
  • Introduction
  • Description of Group and Client Population
  • Four-Stage Intervention
  • Patient Responses to Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • Unforgotten Hurt
  • ch. 8
  • Gambling Chair
  • T. Wing Lo
  • Introduction
  • Client Population
  • Guidelines for the Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 9
  • Bringing a New Member into Group: Marking a New Place in the Cycle
  • Appropriate Population
  • Joshua M. Gross
  • Regression As a Normal Group Process
  • Population
  • Significant or Negative Intervention
  • Effective or Contraindicated
  • ch. 10
  • Crystal and the Stone: Use of Transitional Objects in Groups
  • Shari Baron
  • Transitional Object
  • Client Population
  • Intervention of Dialogue
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Typical Responses to This Intervention
  • Conclusions and Contraindications
  • ch. 11
  • Vicissitudes of Power and Its Relationship to Money
  • Lise Motherwell
  • Money Can Represent Power, Love, Freedom, or Security
  • Description of Group
  • Description of Intervention
  • Typical Responses
  • Surprising Client Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 12
  • Expect the Unexpected: An Intervention in a Psychodynamic Women's Group with Pregnant Women
  • Maria van Noort
  • Introduction
  • Patient Population
  • Situation Before the Intervention
  • Intervention
  • Clients' Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • Description of Group and Client Population
  • Typical Response to the Intervention
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 53
  • Transitional Exercise from the Didactic to the Experiential in a Group Therapy Class
  • Daniel S. Schoenwald
  • Introduction
  • Graduate Student Population
  • Description of Intervention
  • Typical Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Description of Interventions
  • Contraindication
  • ch. 54
  • What and Who Belong in the Group? Managing Early Crises
  • David Glyn
  • Group Develops
  • University Setting
  • Simple Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 55
  • Case Examples
  • Alchemy and Transformation: The Disturber in Group
  • Avraham Cohen
  • Expose the Gold
  • Educational or Psychotherapy Group
  • Description of Intervention
  • Typical Response to the Intervention
  • Contraindications
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 56
  • Family Member Association
  • Typical Response to the Intervention
  • Carol Scott Drury
  • Polite and the Not So Polite
  • Client Population
  • Guidelines for the Intervention
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindication
  • ch. 57
  • Building Self-Esteem Using Assertiveness Training and Props
  • Sheila Sazant
  • Conclusions and Contraindications
  • Equality in Human Relations
  • Intervention: Attention! Attention! Now Hear This!
  • This Client's Response to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 58
  • Horseback Riding Workshop for Increasing Self-Awareness
  • Tal-Li Cohen
  • Horse As a Powerful Therapeutic Modality
  • Professionals and the Group Participants
  • First Stage
  • ch. 43
  • Familiarization
  • Second Stage
  • Developing an Interpersonal Relationship with the Horse
  • Third Stage
  • Middle Phase of Group Processes
  • Fourth Stage
  • Termination
  • Participant Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 59
  • To Err Is Human: Turning Our Mistakes into Useful Interventions
  • Leaving the Room for the Sake of Connecting
  • Uri Amit
  • Alone in a Physical World
  • Sex Offender Client Population
  • Description of Intervention
  • Intervention
  • Response to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 60
  • Poetry As a Projective Technique and Springboard for Dialogue in Group Therapy
  • Dave M. Cooperberg
  • Scott Simon Fehr
  • Language of Emotion
  • Process Oriented Groups
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Instructions for Administration and Dialogue
  • Client Responses
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 61
  • Symbolic Meaning of Money in Group Therapy
  • Gregorio Armananzas Ros
  • Therapist As Human
  • Meaning of Money
  • Patient Population: Who Is Responsible for the Bill?
  • Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 62
  • Visualizing Connections and Disconnections: A Social Diagram of the Group
  • Carol Lark
  • Motivational Fabric
  • Group
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Group Clients
  • Clients Respond
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 63
  • Unexpected Consequences: Maintaining the Boundaries in a Therapy Group for Older Adults
  • George Max Saiger
  • Outside Contact in a Geriatric Psychiatry Group
  • Members Must Be Over Sixty-Five Years of Age
  • Case History
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 64
  • Contents note continued:
  • Intervention
  • Shape: A Kinesthetic Approach to Building Healthy Boundaries
  • Danielle L. Fraenkel
  • Relationship to One's Body
  • Unlimited Patient Population Profiles
  • Kinesthetic Intervention
  • Clients' Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 65
  • Trauma Therapy: An Integrative Approach
  • Norman Claringbull
  • Response to Intervention
  • Life-Threatening Traumatic Situations
  • Descriptions of the Client Population
  • Interventions
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 66
  • Creative Use of the Group Contract in Long-Term Psychotherapy Groups
  • Melissa Black
  • Group Contract
  • Psychodynamic or Insight-Oriented Population
  • Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 67
  • "After the Group Has Ended": Imagery to Vivify Termination
  • Miriam Iosupovici
  • Ending Ritual
  • Population and Conditions
  • Guided-Imagery Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 68
  • Contraindications
  • Angry Outburst: Responding to Aggression
  • Robert A. Berley
  • Introduction
  • Event
  • Components of the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Important Contraindications
  • ch. 69
  • Painting Verbal Images
  • Mary Jago Krueger
  • Using Figurative Language As a Tool in Group Therapy
  • ch. 44
  • General Client Population
  • Timing and Samples of Interventions
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 70
  • Awakening Social Consciousness
  • Chad V. Johnson
  • Integrating Social Justice into Group Therapy
  • Oppressed Client Population
  • 10-Step Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Ability to Verbalize One's Needs Clearly in a Geriatric Population
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 71
  • Empty Chair As a Tool to Promote Self-Awareness and Interaction in Groups
  • Thomas A. Glass
  • Hot Seat
  • Applicability to a Variety of Clients
  • Guidelines for the Interaction
  • Typical Responses: Reconciliation of Contradictory Aspects
  • Conclusions and Contraindications
  • ch. 72
  • Toby Berman
  • Spiritually Informed Approach for the Group Leader
  • Robert L. Weber
  • Spiritual Dimension
  • Long-Term Open-Ended Groups
  • Five-Step Intervention for Eliciting Spiritual Awareness in the Group Leader
  • Clients' Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 73
  • Integrating Cognitive Behavioral with Psychodramatic Theory and Techniques
  • Joseph H. Wright
  • Introduction
  • Client/Patient Population
  • Guidelines and Intervention for a Group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (GCBT) Psychodrama
  • Applying CBT Interventions and Techniques to Psychodrama
  • Client/Patient Responses
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 74
  • Preparing Members to Fully Participate in Group Therapy
  • Rebecca MacNair-Semands
  • Creating Norms for Group Members
  • Description of Group
  • Description of Psychotherapy Groups
  • Pre-Group Intervention
  • Anxiety About the Unknown
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 75
  • What to Do When the Group Is Falling Apart
  • Steven L. Van Wagoner
  • Importance of Resistance
  • Group in Crisis
  • Intervention
  • Patient's Statements Elicit the Type of Intervention
  • Group's Response
  • Conclusions and Contraindications
  • ch. 76
  • Difficult Session
  • Marvin Kaphan
  • Inclusion
  • Group Descriptions and Inclusion
  • Interventions
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • Interventions
  • Group Process
  • ch. 77
  • Nine Basic Steps for a Successful Group
  • Joshua M. Gross
  • Checklist for Starting a Group
  • Description
  • Checklist for Starting a Group
  • ch. 78
  • Effective Precipice Toward Recovery
  • T. Wing Lo
  • Gambling Table
  • Conclusion
  • Client Population
  • Guidelines for the Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 79
  • Inoculation Training for Trauma and Stress-Related Disorders
  • Justin A. D'Arienzo
  • Stress Inoculation Training (SIT)
  • Client Population
  • Intervention Guidelines
  • Contraindications
  • Client Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 80
  • Using Metaphors and Stories to Resolve Impasses and Bridge Resistance
  • Jerrold Lee Shapiro
  • Intervention for Eliciting Greater Emotional Depth and Creative Problem Solving
  • Description of Population
  • Description of Intervention
  • Clients' Experiences and Conclusion
  • ch. 81
  • ch. 45
  • Using Humor to Advance Group Work
  • Dave M. Cooperberg
  • Humor in Theory
  • Clients
  • Intervention
  • Typical Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications --
  • Modeling a Nondefensive and Empathic Acceptance of Group Resistance in a School-Based Anger Management Group with Urban Adolescents
  • Ellen Decker
  • "Other People's Children"
  • Goals of the Group and Group Composition
  • Group Design
  • Intervention
  • Clients' Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 46
  • Saying Goodbye: A Termination Ritual
  • Jondra Pennington
  • Connectedness
  • Client Population
  • Description of the Intervention
  • Variations on a Theme
  • Client Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 47
  • Norm Repair
  • Joseph Shay
  • Theoretical Orientation
  • Description of Groups
  • Intervention
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindication
  • ch. 42
  • ch. 48
  • Using the Group Power for Interpretation
  • Dan Raviv
  • Personal Style of Intervention
  • Client Population
  • Intervention Guidelines
  • Clients' Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 49
  • Values Auction
  • I Am Part of the Group Matrix
  • John Mendez
  • Violating a Core Value
  • Description of the Groups
  • Interventions
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 50
  • Individual Psychotherapy in the Context of a Group: An Intervention
  • Joan Childs
  • Introduction
  • Ben Rippa
  • Group Description
  • Presented Issue
  • Intervention
  • Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 51
  • Rope Exercise to Experience Process in the Group
  • Edward W.C. McAllister
  • Experiencing the Various Stages of Group
  • Theoretical Considerations
  • Description of the Groups
  • Guidelines for the Intervention
  • Responses to the Intervention
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 52
  • Let's Talk
  • Susan J. Mendelsohn
  • Effective Communication
  • Group
  • Description of Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • Avraham Cohen
  • Creating the Containment Field for Groups
  • Description of Group and Client Population
  • Description of Intervention
  • Typical Response to the Intervention
  • Contraindications
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 95
  • Humor As a Defense Mechanism in War Veterans
  • Vivien Henderson
  • ch. 83
  • Self-Humor and Gallows Humor
  • Description of the Group
  • Intervention
  • Typical Responses to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 96
  • Trauma Therapy As a Community Enterprise
  • Norman Claringbull
  • Most Traumatized Are the Victims of Minor Events
  • Description of the Client Population
  • "Remember Be Here Now"
  • Interventions
  • Redefining Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 97
  • Trouble to Resource
  • Miriam Iosupovici
  • Recognizing Dualities and Resilience
  • Population
  • Intervention: Four Pathways
  • Contraindications
  • Gary L. Sandelier
  • ch. 98
  • Dealing with Anger in Two Different Phases of Group Development
  • Michael P. Frank
  • Encourage a Win/Win Outcome
  • Description of Group and Client Population
  • Early in the Group's Life
  • Description of Intervention
  • Typical Response
  • Later in the Group's Life: The Working Phase
  • Description of Interventions
  • Immediacy: Here and Now---Being in the Moment
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 99
  • Fee: A Clinical Tool in Group Therapy
  • Shoshana Ben-Noam
  • Money: A Taboo Topic
  • Self-Reflective Group Population
  • Interventions
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 100
  • Client Population and Types of Groups
  • Remembering When: Therapist As a Historian
  • Mary Jago Krueger
  • Making the Unconscious Conscious
  • Group Profile
  • Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 101
  • Therapist Self-Disclosure As an Intervention Toward Normalizing and Eliciting Hope
  • Scott Simon Fehr
  • To Feel Alone
  • Interventional Goal and Technique
  • Group Matrix
  • Intervention of the Therapist Self-Search
  • Typical Response
  • Contraindications
  • Clients' Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 84
  • Contents note continued:
  • Highs and Lows: Expressing Gratitude or Grief in Group
  • Arnold W. Hammari
  • Name One Thing
  • Client Population
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 85
  • En Mi Viejo San Juan (In My Old San Juan)
  • ch. 82
  • Richard Beck
  • At What Level Do We Intervene?
  • Inner-City Day Treatment Population
  • Intervention: "Hum Louder"
  • Response to the Intervention
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 86
  • Changing Chairs: Experiential Exercise for Exploration of Interpersonal Boundaries
  • Patricia Kyle Dennis
  • Whose Chair Is This?
  • Directed Eye Contact: Nonverbal Communication
  • Description of the Group
  • Intervention
  • Intervention Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 87
  • Surfing an Unexpected Group's Tide
  • Uri Amit
  • Dispel a Belief
  • Sex Offender Client Population
  • Intervention
  • Shari Baron
  • Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 88
  • Mindfulness in Group Psychotherapy
  • David Cantor
  • Mindful Individual
  • Short- and Long-Term Group Populations
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Contraindication
  • Nonverbal Communication
  • ch. 89
  • "Zoom"
  • Barney Straus
  • Quick Way to Get a Group Playing Together
  • Client Population
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Client Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 90
  • Naughty or Nice: A Technique for Exploring the Mischievous in Us
  • Client Population
  • Lise Motherwell
  • Thoughts on Play and Naughtiness
  • Description of Group
  • Description of Intervention
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindication
  • ch. 91
  • Look at How I Feel: Art-Assisted Affect Expression
  • Carol Lark
  • Emotionally Disconnected Group
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Guidelines for Intervention
  • Clients' Responses
  • Contraindications
  • ch. 92
  • Stress Reduction for Students in Elementary and Middle School
  • Roberta L. Slavin
  • Loss of Morale and Motivation
  • Description of Group Population
  • Interventions
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • Typical Responses to This Intervention
  • ch. 93
  • Chair Is Not a Chair Is Not a Chair
  • Joseph Shay
  • Theoretical Considerations
  • Description of the Groups
  • Intervention
  • Typical Responses
  • Conclusion and Contraindications
  • ch. 94
  • Nurturing the Community Development Dimension in Groups As a Preemptive Intervention
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Rev. ed.
Extent
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9780415882170
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2010000684
Note
Presented to the University of Manitoba Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library from the Max and Mollie Shore Medical Library Trust Fund
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    75B Chancellors Circle (Engineering Building E3), Room 361, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2N2, CA
    49.809053 -97.133292
  • E.K. Williams Law LibraryBorrow it
    224 Dysart Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 5V4, CA
    49.811829 -97.131017
  • Eckhardt-Gramatté Music LibraryBorrow it
    136 Dafoe Road (Taché Arts Complex), Room 257, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2N2, CA
    49.807964 -97.132222
  • Elizabeth Dafoe LibraryBorrow it
    25 Chancellors Circle, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2N2, CA
    49.809961 -97.131878
  • Fr. H. Drake Library (St. Paul's College)Borrow it
    70 Dysart Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2M6, CA
    49.810605 -97.138184
  • J.W. Crane Memorial Library (Deer Lodge Centre)Borrow it
    2109 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3J 0L3, CA
    49.878000 -97.235520
  • Libraries Annex (not open to the public; please see web page for details)Borrow it
    25 Chancellors Circle (in the Elizabeth Dafoe Library), Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2N2, CA
    49.809961 -97.131878
  • Neil John Maclean Health Sciences LibraryBorrow it
    727 McDermot Avenue (Brodie Centre), 200 Level, Winnipeg, MB, R3E 3P5, CA
    49.903563 -97.160554
  • Sciences and Technology LibraryBorrow it
    186 Dysart Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2M8, CA
    49.811526 -97.133257
  • Seven Oaks General Hospital LibraryBorrow it
    2300 McPhillips Street, Winnipeg, MB, R2V 3M3, CA
    49.955177 -97.148865
  • Sister St. Odilon Library (Misericordia Health Centre)Borrow it
    99 Cornish Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3C 1A2, CA
    49.879592 -97.160425
  • St. John's College LibraryBorrow it
    92 Dysart Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2M5, CA
    49.811242 -97.137156
  • Victoria General Hospital LibraryBorrow it
    2340 Pembina Highway, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2E8, CA
    49.806755 -97.152739
  • William R Newman Library (Agriculture)Borrow it
    66 Dafoe Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2R3, CA
    49.806936 -97.135525
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