Teaching Facilitation of Group Therapy: Processes and Applications
Teaching Facilitation of Group Therapy explores an extensive range of topics crucial to effective teaching and practice and will be a valuable resource for instructors of group therapy.
With an emphasis on evidence-based methodologies, this book describes proven teaching techniques that foster a dynamic learning environment, facilitate group cohesion, and promote meaningful interventions. The author presents ethical considerations including those that relate to using social media in therapeutic practices, equipping readers with the knowledge to leverage its potential while safeguarding client confidentiality and well-being. This resource presents topics including therapeutic factors and effective interventions, the use of the group leader’s inner development as a guide for therapeutic alliance and group members’ healing, cutting-edge therapeutic AI applications, the role of self-absorption for members and the leader, group dynamics, ethical uses of social media in therapeutic settings, and serves as a comprehensive guide for instructors in the art of teaching group psychotherapy in the modern era.
This is an indispensable resource for educators to elevate their expertise in teaching group psychotherapy and prepare clinicians and students by deepening their understanding of group dynamics, and how to employ effective interventions that promote healing and growth in therapeutic settings. [From the publisher]
New York, NY
Counselor Education | Interpersonal and Small Group Communication | Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy
Brown, Nina W., "Teaching Facilitation of Group Therapy: Processes and Applications" (2023). Counseling & Human Services Faculty Books. 49.