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Teaching Facilitation of Group Therapy

Processes and Applications

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'In her latest group therapy textbook, Dr. Brown masterfully develops a unique focus on how best to educate and train group therapists. Through the articulation of the developing group therapist’s learning needs and challenges, Dr. Brown provides a road map for teachers, students and practitioners, that promotes the therapists’ capacities to use themselves as fully as possible, as therapeutic agents. This is a well written, very important and timely textbook, responding to the expanding utilization of the group therapies, and the need to ensure group therapists are trained in both the art and science of this demanding and effective model of treatment.'

Molyn Leszcz, MD, FRCPC, CGP, AGPA-DF, Department of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai Hospital; Professor, University of Toronto Department of Psychiatry

'Teaching Facilitation of Group Therapy captures the essence and complexity of skills of effective group leadership. It covers both the basics and essential knowledge, skill and characteristics required to run an array of groups. A must read for aspiring group leaders.'

Gary M Burlingame, PhD, CGP, AGPA-DF, APA-F, Professor & Chair, BYU Psychology Department; Warren & Wilson Dusenberry Professor; President, American Group Psychotherapy Association

'What a treasure to find a book the integrates my two favorite worlds – pedagogy and group psychotherapy. As someone who has taught group courses many times, I was delighted that it both consolidated what I have come to know and unveiled novel content. Both seasoned and brand-new instructors alike will cherish this gift from Nina Brown.'

Noelle Lefforge, Ph.D., ABPP. Clinical Associate Professor; University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology; Associate Dean for Applied Research and Sponsored Programs, Director of the Professional Psychology Clinic, and Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology; President, Society of Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy (APA Division 49); President, Group Specialty Council; Board of Directors, American Board of Group Psychology (ABPP); Board of Directors, International Board for Certification of Group Psychotherapists

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Detaljer

Forlag
Routledge
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
208
ISBN
9781032360058
Utgivelsesår
2023
Format
23 x 15 cm

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'In her latest group therapy textbook, Dr. Brown masterfully develops a unique focus on how best to educate and train group therapists. Through the articulation of the developing group therapist’s learning needs and challenges, Dr. Brown provides a road map for teachers, students and practitioners, that promotes the therapists’ capacities to use themselves as fully as possible, as therapeutic agents. This is a well written, very important and timely textbook, responding to the expanding utilization of the group therapies, and the need to ensure group therapists are trained in both the art and science of this demanding and effective model of treatment.'

Molyn Leszcz, MD, FRCPC, CGP, AGPA-DF, Department of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai Hospital; Professor, University of Toronto Department of Psychiatry

'Teaching Facilitation of Group Therapy captures the essence and complexity of skills of effective group leadership. It covers both the basics and essential knowledge, skill and characteristics required to run an array of groups. A must read for aspiring group leaders.'

Gary M Burlingame, PhD, CGP, AGPA-DF, APA-F, Professor & Chair, BYU Psychology Department; Warren & Wilson Dusenberry Professor; President, American Group Psychotherapy Association

'What a treasure to find a book the integrates my two favorite worlds – pedagogy and group psychotherapy. As someone who has taught group courses many times, I was delighted that it both consolidated what I have come to know and unveiled novel content. Both seasoned and brand-new instructors alike will cherish this gift from Nina Brown.'

Noelle Lefforge, Ph.D., ABPP. Clinical Associate Professor; University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology; Associate Dean for Applied Research and Sponsored Programs, Director of the Professional Psychology Clinic, and Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology; President, Society of Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy (APA Division 49); President, Group Specialty Council; Board of Directors, American Board of Group Psychology (ABPP); Board of Directors, International Board for Certification of Group Psychotherapists

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