Skills for Group Practice Responding to Diversity

ISBN-10: 0205610056
ISBN-13: 9780205610051
Edition: 2011
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Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 1/7/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 208
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.144

Normal 0 false false false Stephen ldquo;Archrdquo; Erich, Ph.D., LCSWis currently an Associate Professor and the Program Director of the Bachelor of Social Work program at the University of Houston- Clear Lake. His research, practice, and advocacy interests are subsumed under the umbrella of strengthening diverse family structures. With over 28 years of social work experience, Dr. Erich has worked withnbsp; many different types of families, including those who have children with autism,nbsp; as well as families experiencing other developmental challenges. He also spent a number of years working with adoptive families who had adopted children with special needs. Dr. Erich has published numerous scholarly articles. His research and advocacy have centered on two primary themes: adoptive families and especially those with lesbian and gay parents and transgender persons and their families. Dr. Erich has served as a consulting editor and reviewer for several academic journals and most recently served as the Guest Editor for a special issue of the journalAdoption Quarterlydedicated to the topic of ldquo;Gay and Lesbian Issues in Adoption.rdquo; Normal 0 false false false Heather Kanenberg, Ph.D., LMSWis currently Director of Field Education and Assistant Professor with the University of Houston-Clear Lake Bachelor of Social Work Program.nbsp;nbsp; Heather also serves as an active member of the Womenrsquo;s Studies Faculty at UHCL. She obtained her BSW from Murray State University and her MSW and Ph.D. from the University of Houston.nbsp; Dr. Kanenberg has taught at the graduate and undergraduate level for 8 years, her teaching includes courses such as:nbsp; Womenrsquo;s Issues, Ethics, Introduction to Social Work, Policy Analysis, and Field Seminar.nbsp; Throughout her career as a professional social worker she has worked as an advocate on behalf of many oppressed and disenfranchised populations, with a primary focus on Childrenrsquo;s Health, Womenrsquo;s Health, and Public Policy.nbsp; Examples of Dr. Kanenbergrsquo;s professional experiences include working with county health departments and as a public policy analyst, and experience working with advocacy organizations and in academia.nbsp; Heatherrsquo;s research agenda includes a focus on feminist policy analysis and frameworks. She is concerned with underrepresented populations, such asnbsp; access to healthcare for women and girls, adoptive families with gay and lesbian parents, and issues specific to the transgender community.

Preface
Acknowledgments
Contributor Notes
Using the Text
Introduction & What to Expect
The Chapters: Deconstructed
The Joker(s)
Reflection/Process Prompts
Theory Review
Person in Environment Perspectives
System Theories
The Ecological Model
Ecological Perspective
Field Theory
Structural Functionalism
Feminist Theories
Queer Theory
Strengths Perspective
Empowerment Perspective
Cognitive/Behavioral Theories
Psychodynamic Theory
Skills
Chart: Group and Individual Skills
Stages of Group Development
Brief Checklist of Items to Remember When Facilitating a Group
Open Membership Treatment Groups
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Instersex, Queer/Questioning (LGBTIQ) Adolescents "Coming Out" group
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principles
Web Resources
School-based Social Worker and At Risk Adolescents
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principles
Web Resources
Social, Economic, and Cultural Context of African Americans living with HIV/AIDS in the Open Community
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principles
Web Resources
Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principles
Web Resources
Younger and Older Adolescents in Residential Treatment
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principles
Web Resources
Closed and Time Limited Treatment Groups
Single Mothers who Have Experienced Episodic Homelessness
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principles
Web Resources
Bi-Racial Couples
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principles
Web Resources
Post-Adoption Family Group
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principles
Web Resources
Adults With Substance Abuse Disorders
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principles
Web Resources
Demonstrating the Use of Group Supervision
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principles
Web Resources
Hospice Planning for Loss: Children With a Parent Who Has a Terminal Illness
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principle
Web Resources
Couples Who have One Partner With a Terminal Form of Cancer
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principle
Web Resources
Adult Parolees
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principle
Web Resources
Task Groups
A Social Action Committee Addressing Neighborhood Gang Violence
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principle
Web Resources
A Social Work Political Action Committee
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principle
Web Resources
A Community Health Coalition
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principle
Web Resources
An Intra-Agency Grant Writing Team
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principle
Web Resources
A Community Council in a Refugee Camp in an Unnamed Country in Southern Africa
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principle
Web Resources
Promotion and Support of the Practice of Self Care and Social Work
Before You Begin
Scenario
Group Facilitator Tasks
Roles for Group Members
Observer Tasks
Reflecting on the Group Session
Summary, Key Concepts and Principle
Web Resources
Appendices
Sample Treatment Group Agenda
Sample Task Group Agenda
Central State Voting Guide (For use in Chapter 16)
References

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