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Groups: Process and Practice

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Learn to blend theory with practice in group work with GROUPS: PROCESS AND PRACTICE, International Edition, the respected book that so many helpers ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.715
Olavi P

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by Olavi P on Jul 19, 2012

Well, I am a specialist working with therapy groups. This book written by Marianne Schneider Corey is a very good one when one want to study what are central group processes ja how group therapist work. Very nice!

linoleot
by linoleot on Oct 1, 2009

The book is a good text for those that desires to go into process group of any type.

OnlineStudent

Group therapy text

by OnlineStudent on Apr 11, 2009

This was a prescribed purchase for my major, mental health counseling. In addition to that, it's a good book for the topic. However, the above picture is NOT the cover of my book.

Dave93035

Liked it -- trustable approach

by Dave93035 on Oct 9, 2008

While I have little to compare it to because of my limited exposure to other materials, it certainly has won the hearts and minds of the mentors at my university, and it and other materials from the Corey collection seem to be the new platform of choice for teaching psychotherapy where I am.

Forfine

Check the edition

by Forfine on Aug 6, 2007

The book was delivered at the promised time in good condition...yet I don't know if it was probably an oversight on my part, but it was the wrong edition! What a mistaka to make. I am still supportive of Alibris just a little wary. Cheap books fast delivery, who can beat that!

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