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Readership: Mental health professionals and those training for group specialty practice.
Sally Barlow, Professor of Psychology, Brigham Young University, USA
Sally H. Barlow, PhD, is Professor of Psychology in the Clinical Psychology Program at Brigham Young University and Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Utah School of Medicine.
"How many times have I struggled to find a single resource that addresses the history of group work, the empirical evidence supporting group therapy, and the core group competencies that include supervision and training? Sally Barlow's book addresses all of these and more. It is a must for anyone who etaches psychotherapy to the next generation of clinicians." - Cheri L. Marmarosh, PsychCritiques
About the Series in Specialty Competencies in Professional Psychology
Part I: Introduction to Group Specialty Practice
1. Group Specialty Practice
2. Evidence Bases for Group Practice
Part II: Functional Competency - Assessment
3. Assessment Strategies
4. Group Formulation and Case Conceptualization
5. Cohesion, Interpersonal Relationships, and Attachment
6. Other Therapeutic Factors and Leader Interventions
7. Structured and Unstructured Groups in Various Settings
8. Supervision and Consultation in Group Specialty Practice
9. Teaching and Advocacy in Group Specialty Practice
Part III: Foundational Competencies
10. Ethics, Legalities, and Other Issues in Group Specialty Practice
11. Diversities in Group Specialty Practice
12. Professionalism in Group Specialty Practice
Appendix - Group Benchmarks Competency Table
About the Author
About the Series Editors