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Generalist Social Work Practice with Groups…

Generalist Social Work Practice with Groups

by Stephen J. Yanca

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Examining all aspects of group work that generalist social workers are likely to encounter, Generalist Social Work Practice with Groups uses a practical and applied approach to show how to effectively form and facilitate groups.


It is the third in a series of generalist texts by Stephen Yanca and Louise Johnson that uses the authors’ generalist model with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.

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