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Evidence-based group work in community settings / edited by David E. Pollio, Mark Macgowan
London ; New York : Routledge, c2011
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  HV715 .E94 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Social group work
Evidence-based social work
Community-based social services
Physical Description xii, 182 p. 24 cm
Contents Introduction to evidence based group work in community settings / David E. Pollio and Mark J. Macgowan -- Real groups: the design and immediate effects of a prevention intervention for Latino children / Flavio F. Marsiglia, Verónica Peña, Tanya Nieri, and Julie L. Nagoshi -- Implementing evidence-based multiple family groups with adolescent substance abusers / Douglas C. Smith and James A. Hall -- "I'm not lazy, it's just that I learn differently": development and implementation of a manualized school-based group for students with learning disabilities / Faye Mishna, Barbara Muskat, and Judith Wiener -- Releasing the steam: an evaluation of the Supporting Tempers, Emotions and Anger Management (STEAM) program for elementary and adolescent-age children / Bruce A. Bidgood, Heather, Wilkie, and Annette Katchaluba -- Autism spectrum disorders: building social skills in group, school. and community settings / Amie W. Duncan and Laura Grofer Klinger -- The andragogy of evidence-based group work: an integrated educational model / David E. Pollio and Mark J. Macgowan -- Finding and integrating the best available evidence into the group work field practicum: examples and experience from MSW students / Mark J. Macgowan -- "We may not like it but we guess we have to do it:" bringing agency-based staff on board with evidence-based group work / Barbara Muskat, Faye Mishna, Fataneh Farnia, and Judity Wiener -- Teaching evidence-based practice to administrative groups: the professional academy of evidence-based practice / Stephanie Krauss and Barbara Levin -- Motivating clients in treatment groups / Sheldon D. Rose and Hee-Suk Chang
Alternate Author Pollio, David E
Macgowan, Mark J

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