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Examining social identities and diversity issues in group therapy : knocking at the boundaries

By: Ribeiro, Michele D. (Oregon State University, USA)(Edited by)

036707723X / 9780367077235
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616.89152
22/05/2020
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England
23 cm 260 pages : illustrations (black and white)
Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly  Learn More

A unique blend of theory and practice within the world of group psychotherapy, this text discusses diversity issues in group contexts within the realm of teaching, consulting, and facilitating psychotherapy groups. Chapters present a unique perspective on diversity issues within certain populations, such as prisoners, elite athletes, and high-risk youth, and examine questions around race, language, ability, gender, and the similarities and differences between the leader and their clients.

Such examples provide an intricate look into the psychological dynamics that arise within these populations and the skill of group therapists in honoring their clients' humanity. Readers will appreciate the practical examples of how to navigate difficult dynamics such as microaggressions and the role of compassion as a foundational principle of practice for group therapists.

BIC:

JKSN2 Counselling & advice services, JMH Social, group or collective psychology

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