Working with groups

  • Lily BECKER Social Work


This valuable addition to the group work literature focuses on the integration of theory andpractice of group work in the South African context. The communication network that is set upin groups, be it be conflict resolution groups, therapeutic groups or support groups, becomes avital channel through which the work of the group is done. The important facet of group workpractice, namely the interface between individuals, families, communities and the broadersociety, also receives attention in this book. The learning objectives formulated for everychapter give an indication of what can be expected in a particular chapter, and this can beregarded as an excellent way of adding to the scientific value of the book