Ronald W. Toseland, Robert F. Rivas
Pearson; 8th edition global
An overview of the practice of group work that is consistent, well-organized, and comprehensive from the standpoint of generalist practice.
Utilized extensively by academics, practitioners, and students enrolled in advanced and foundational levels of social work programs in schools located all across the United States and the rest of the world; The eighth global edition of An Introduction to Group Work Practice provides a clear, well-organized, and thorough review of group work practice from the point of view of generalist practice. The revised Eighth Edition maintains the inclusion of typologies depicting group work practice at the meso-, micro-, and macro-levels with task and treatment groups. The new 8th edition (global version) has been thoroughly updated throughout, and it now includes research on virtual groups, as well as updated and deeper content on practice with task and treatment groups, the most recent literature on working with reluctant and resistant group members, updated and expanded sections on working with individuals who have difficulty engaging in and sustaining work in groups, updated material on diversity and leadership, as well as thoroughly updated reference material and new content.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE That the only edition of An Introduction to Group Work Practice that is included in this deal is the global PDF version of the 8th edition. We also have the eighth version for the United States (see below). There are no access codes provided.