Table of contents for Group counseling : concepts and procedures / Robert C. Berg, Garry L. Landreth, Kevin A. Fall.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE
CHAPTER 1
RATIONALE AND HISTORY of GROUP COUNSELING
Preventive Environment
Opportunity for Self-discovery
Discovering Others
Redefining Self
Developing Interpersonal Awareness
Reality Testing Laboratory
Experiencing Significant Relationships 
Dynamic Pressure for Growth
Supportive Environment
Types of Growth Groups
Limitations of Group Counseling
Basic Elements of Group Facilitation
History of Group Counseling 
Significant Historical Dates and Events
Current Status
Major Theoretical Approaches
Summary
References
CHAPTER 2
OUR THEORIES OF GROUP COUNSELING
Garry¿s Group Centered Theory
Bob¿s Eclectic Approach
Kevin¿s Adlerian Approach
Developing Your Own Style
References
CHAPTER 3
HOLISTIC LEADERSHIP TRAINING
Group Leadership Styles
Rationale for Interpersonal Skills Training
Interpersonal Skills for the Group Leader
Helping from the Point of View of the Helper
Summary of Helper¿s Strategy
Effective Leadership Training
Ethical Standards for Group Leaders
Two Common Ethical Dilemmas
Summary
References
CHAPTER 4
THE GROUP LEADER¿S INTERNAL EXPERIENCE
The Person of the Group Facilitator
Group Counseling Practicum
Learning About Self
Learning About Group Process
Taosim and Group Process
Encountering Carl Rogers: His View on Facilitating Groups
Summary
References
CHAPTER 5
CO-LEADERSHIP: RATIONALE AND IMPLEMENTATION
Co-leadership Defined
Advantages of Co-Leadership
Disadvantages of Co-Leadership
How to Pick a Co-Leader
Summary
References
CHAPTER 6
INITIATING A GROUP
Research and Decision Making
Pre-Group Interview
Rules for Group Process
Facilitating Responsibility
Patience: A Prerequisite
Group Member Responsibility
Achieving Group Stability in Group Counseling
Daybooks as a Therapeutic Self-exploration Tool
Group Protocol
Summary
References
CHAPTER 7
MAINTAINING A GROUP: PROCESS AND DEVELOPMENT
Stages of Group Development
	Precommitment Stage
	Commitment Stage
	Termination Stage
Other Stage Theories and Concepts
Evaluation
Follow Up Sessions
Summary
References
CHAPTER 8
WORKING EFFECTIVELY WITH RESISTANCE IN GROUPS
What is Resistance?
Group Process Obstacles
Problems Encountered with Group Members
Summary
References
CHAPTER 9
TYPICAL ISSUES IN GROUP COUNSELING
Session Length
Structuring Group Process
Using Behavioral Change Contracts
Effective Use of Silence
Questions and Answers About Common Group Issues
Summary
References
CHAPTER 10
GROUP COUNSELING OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
Group Counseling with Children
Group Counseling for Abused Children
Group Counseling for Children of Divorce
Group Counseling with Adolescents
Summary
References
CHAPTER 11
FILIAL THERAPY, FAMILIES , AND RELATIONSHIP GROUPS
Filial Therapy
Families
Relationship Groups for Couples
Summary
References
CHAPTER 12
GROUP COUNSELING WITH SPECIFIC POPULATIONS
Groups for Women
Older Adults
Self-Help and Support Groups
Personal Growth Groups
Chronic Diseases
Emotional Difficulties
Addictive Behaviors
Summary
References
APPENDICES
A. A Primer of Group Counseling Terminology
B. ASGW: Best Practices Guidelines
C. 	ASGW: Professional Standards for Training of Group Workers
D. 	ASGW: Principles for Diversity Competent Group Workers
E. 	Assessment of Group Counselor¿s Competencies
INDEX
ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Group counseling.