Published May 2003
by Intl Universities Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Lena Blanco Furgeri (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||413|
This TIP, Substance Abuse Treatment: Group Therapy, presents an overview of the role and efficacy of group therapy in substance abuse treatment planning. The goal of this TIP is to offer the latest research and clinical findings and to distill them into practical guidelines for practitioners of group therapy modalities in the field of substance abuse treatment. The Technique of Psychotherapy provides one of the most remarkably comprehensive discussions of specifically what to do in psychotherapy that is currently available. The range and specificity of the topics covered is truly astounding. The topics covered deal with almost every conceivable question that the beginning therapist might ask an expert. The role of the group leader carries with it a risk of the irresponsible exercise of authority. Conflicts that erupt among group members can all too easily re-create the dynamics of the traumatic event, with group members assuming the roles of perpetrator, accomplice, bystander, victim, and rescuer. and Group Treatment •Essentially the goals of group and individual treatment are the same •Both are trying to motivate and activate change of substance use or other problematic behavior •Groups often have specific change targets: domestic violence, posttraumatic stress, mindfulness stress reduction, relapse prevention.
potential barriers to practicing the techniques outside of group treatment; 5) in-group discussion of barriers encountered by Veterans; and 6) a Relaxation Log (RL)/wallet card to reinforce improvement in anxiety by the Veteran and to track use of strategies for the group File Size: 2MB. audience. The workbook can be used on its own or as an adjunct to individual or group therapy, as outlined in the second edition of the treatment manual. Second Edition of Mindfulness and Acceptance-Based Group Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder: A Treatment Manual. The second edition of the manual covers the same ACT concepts as the first. The book covers the approach’s history, philosophical underpinnings, techniques, and applications. It can be utilized in organizations, coaching, leadership, school-based work, and even in families. The work is useful for any practitioner seeking to learn the approach and bring it into practice. Available on Amazon. The manual describes a week cognitive behavioral anger management group treatment. Each of the 12 minute weekly sessions is described in detail with specific instructions for group leaders, tables and figures that illustrate the key conceptual components of the treat ment, and homework assignments for the group participants.
Because a group facilitator generally is part of the larger substance abuse treatment program, it is recommended that the group facilitator take a practical approach to exceptions. This practical approach is to have the group facilitator discuss the potential application of the exceptions with the program director or member of the program staff who is the lead on the . tent refers to the “what” of group therapy (topics and is- sues discussed in sessions), while group process refers to the “how” or the “style” with which you will do it. The group will benefit from a balance of three key elements: the individual member; the topics and issues discussed; and the group as a Size: KB. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ormont, Louis R. Technique of group treatment. Madison, Conn.: Psychosocial Press, © (OCoLC) The Technique of Group Treatment is a collection of his journal articles and records his insights into resistance, countertransference, conjoint therapy, bridging, aggression, emotional isolation, conjoint therapy and immediacy in groups Pages: