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Social work practice with groups is a positive and optimistic way of working with people that draws out and affirms the very best in them
Social work practice with groups is a positive and optimistic way of working with people that draws out and affirms the very best in them. In fact, the very act of forming a group is a statement of belief in people's strengths and in the fact that each person has something to offer and to contribute to the lives of others. But effective group work requires a considerable body of ethical principles, knowledge, and professional skill.
1. Groups in Social Work Practice 2. The Knowledge Base for Practice 3. Relationships: The Heart of Practice 4. Intervention in Groups 5. Planning 6. Pregroup Contact: Selection and Preparation of Members 7. Purpose 8. The Problem-Solving Process 9. Conflict 10. Roles of Members 11. The Use of Activity 12. Published by Thriftbooks. I believe this is one of those instrumental texts related to social work. Published by Thriftbooks book was in good shape. A Social Work students/beginners should own. com User, 10 years ago. I love it. It's thick and has great information.
His books have been widely translated and include three novels in English: Silent Day in Tangiers, Corruption, and The Sand Child.
Northen's book is remarkable in the way it organizes and presents the knowledge base as well as the skills for . Northen presents skills for working with diverse populations and discusses the impact of contemporary social problems including AIDS, homelessness, and family violence.
Northen's book is remarkable in the way it organizes and presents the knowledge base as well as the skills for clinical social work practice. Only a superb teacher and practitioner would have been able to organize such a vast amount of information in a way that blends it into a meaningful whole. Free instructor's manual.
SOCIAL WORK WITH GROUPS,byHelen Northen, printed in 1969. This item is a book 6 by 9 1/4" 270 page hardcover with dust jacket copy
SOCIAL WORK WITH GROUPS,byHelen Northen, printed in 1969. This item is a book 6 by 9 1/4" 270 page hardcover with dust jacket copy. This book is in fair conditionwith some soiling and rubbing and small tears of the dust jacket,previous owner’s name is written inside, pages are clean and tight. Chapters include: the nature of social work practice, the group as a unit for social work practice, the role of the social worker: an overview, planning and intake processes, the orientation stage, and much, much more.
Helen Bonnick, practice educator with University of East London: Practice saying: "Of course, that makes perfect sense now; I was just making it too complicated. Not only in respect to which service-user group you hope to work with eventually, but in respect of the values you hold as a practitioner.
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Publisher: Columbia Univ Pr; 4th Printing edition (October 15, 1969)
Pages: 270 pages