Treating criminal justice clients in a group setting is a completely different experience than treating a client on a one-on-one basis. The approaches to take when treating a variety of clients are discussed including the various stages that groups inevitably go through. There are discussions on how to deal with a difficult client while not disrupting the entire group. In addition, a number of homework assignments are given that therapists can hand out to their own clients. If, as a therapist, you are interested in conducting group therapy, this book can help you get started to see what steps need to be emphasized and how to effectively treat the clients as a group and get the desired results.I was experiencing my usual withdrawal, going in and out of a strange kind of consciousness. ... So I got up and peeked out of that little 4a x 12a window and saw the Death Row women making a Christmas tree out of paper and a radio beside itanbsp;...
|Title||:||Group Therapy Approaches for Working with Criminal Justice Clients|
|Author||:||Francis J. Deisler|
|Publisher||:||American Book Publishing - 2010-01-01|