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|About the Authors||p. ix|
|Introduction to Group Practice||p. 3|
|Developing Group Skills||p. 33|
|Fundamentals of Group Work||p. 35|
|Understanding Group Development||p. 63|
|Theory and Practice of Group Work||p. 99|
|Developing Agency Skills||p. 161|
|... MORE||p. 163|
|Ethical and Legal Issues of Group Work in Agency Settings||p. 215|
|How to Engage in Successful Group Practice within an Agency||p. 259|
|Applying Group and Agency Skills||p. 295|
|Application of Skills: A Lifespan Approach||p. 297|
|Author Index||p. 387|
|Subject Index||p. 397|
|About the CD-ROM||p. 411|
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Lupe Alle-Corliss is a bilingual licensed clinical social worker with experience in a broad range of mental health agencies. She is an instructor in the Human Services program at California State University, Fullerton, where she helped develop the curriculum for a new MSW program. Experienced in program development, she also provides?in-service training on a variety of mental health topics to practitioners, educators, and students.
Randall Alle-Corliss is a licensed clinical social worker with rich experience in a variety of community agencies and?with myriad client populations. He teaches in the Human Services program and has served as the field coordinator at California State University, Fullerton. He currently manages the Psychiatric Department for Kaiser-Permanente in Fontana, California.