One: Introduction to Group Therapy.
Two: Theoretical Approaches to Group Psychotherapy.
Three: Building a Group.
Four: Therapeutic Factors.
Five: Group Leadership.
Six: Group Development.
Seven: Is Group Therapy an Effective Treatment?
Eight: Ethical, Legal, and Group Management Issues.
Nine: The Diversity Among Members in a Therapy Group.
Ten: Short-Term Group Therapy.
Eleven: Self-Help and Support Groups.
Twelve: Training Group Therapists for Current and Future Practice.
- Perfect companion to any group therapy text for students in psychology, counseling, psychiatric nursing, or social work
- Part of the Essentials of Mental Health Practice series
- Features quick-reference boxes, case examples, and Test Yourself questions
- Viriginia Brabender is the author of Introduction to Group Therapy (Wiley).