Group Psychotherapy with Addicted Populations: An Integration of Twelve-step and Psychodynamic Theory
In this newly revised edition, Philip J. Flores, a highly regarded expert in the treatment of alcoholism and in group psychotherapy, provides you with proven strategies for defeating alcohol and drug addiction through group psychotherapy. For the first time, practical applications of 12-step programs and (ital) psychodynamic groups are jointly explored, jointly explained, and jointly brought into therapeutic use. You'll examine the constructive benefits of group therapy to chemically dependent individuals--opportunities to share and identify with others who are going through similar problems, to understand their own attitudes about addiction by confronting similar attitudes in others, and to learn to communicate their needs and feelings more directly.
Group Psychotherapy with Addicted Populations covers the key areas of group psychotherapy for chemically dependent persons including:
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This is a very elaborative book, which depending on your purpose and desire for knowledge, you will not leave unread. It gives a deeper therapeuctic perspective and actually empowers both the therapists and the clients about what is really affecting them.
It is a very highly recommended book if you want to be in the social services.
Different Models of Group Psychotherapy
Preparing the Chemically Dependent Person
Interactional Group Psychotherapy
Modifications of Yaloms Interactional
and TwelveStep Programs
Diagnosis and Addiction Treatment
Early Stage Treatment Issues