ABSTRACT

This important book focuses on the subject of gender as a factor to be considered in forming and managing groups in social work practice.

chapter |2 pages

EDITORIAL

part |76 pages

BASIC ISSUES

chapter |14 pages

GUEST EDITORIAL: Gender Issues in Social Group Work: An Overview

ByCharles D. Garvin, Beth Glover Reed

chapter |14 pages

Transcending the Effects of Sex Composition in Small Groups

ByPatricia Yancey Martin, Kristin A. Shanahan

chapter |8 pages

Women in Authority: Psychodynamic and Interactional Aspects

ByTeresa Bernardez

chapter |16 pages

Gender Issues Related to Group Social Skills Training

ByEileen Gambrill, Cheryl A. Richey

part |68 pages

PRACTICE WITH WOMEN

chapter |14 pages

The Distinctive Attributes of Feminist Groups

ByNaomi Gottlieb, Dianne Burden, Ruth McCormick, Ginny Nicarthy

chapter |10 pages

Managing Conflict in All-Women Groups

ByBeverly Hartung Hagen

chapter |12 pages

Re-Examining Women's Roles: A Feminist Group Approach to Decreasing Depression in Women

ByMonika J. Haussmann, Judith H. Halseth

chapter |14 pages

A Self-Help Group for Women in Abusive Relationships

BySusan Hartman

part |49 pages

PRACTICE WITH MEN

chapter |14 pages

An Overview of Men's Groups

ByTerry S. Stein

chapter |14 pages

Searching for the Hairy Man

ByJack Kaufman, Richard L. Timmers

chapter |10 pages

A Toronto Model

ByDavid W. Currie

chapter |7 pages

A Windsor Model

ByLola Beth Buckley, Donna Miller, Thomas A. Rolfe