Table of contents for Self-help and support groups : a handbook for practitioners / Linda Farris Kurtz.


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PART ONE: THE GROUP
Introduction
Helping Characteristics and Change Mechanisms in Self-Help Groups
Ideology, Climate, Structure and Professionalization in Self-Help and Support Groups
PART TWO: THE MEMBER
Beginning Participation
Long-Term Participation
PART THREE: THE PRACTITIONER
Practitioner Roles with Support Groups
Practitioner Relationships with Self-Help Groups
PART FOUR: REPRESENTATIVE GROUPS
Twelve Step Programs
Other Change Oriented Associations: Recovery Inc and Parents Anonymous
Supportive Educational Groups
Telephone and On-Line Self-Help



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Self-help groups.
Group counseling.