101 Interventions in Group Therapy, Revised Edition by Scott Simon Fehr

By Scott Simon Fehr

Each clinician seems for the best interventions to use in crew treatment. 101 Interventions in team Therapy provides practitioners precisely what they're searching for - potent interventions in a transparent, uncomplicated, reader-friendly structure. This accomplished but concise advisor offers one hundred and one brief chapters written by means of seventy eight top well-recognized practitioners explaining step by step precisely what to do to supply an efficient intervention while whatever arises in team treatment. each one easy-to-learn intervention is profound in nature and has been proven potent in practice by the writer of the bankruptcy. Foreword via J. Scott Rutan.

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Sean Grover, LCSW, is a columnist for the national Buddhist weekly, The World Tribune, in which he often explores the relationship between Buddhism and psychotherapy. His private practice is one of the largest child and adolescent group therapy practices in New York City. Arnold W. Hammari, MSW, LCSW, is retired from the United States Air Force and has a master’s degree in social work. He is employed as a clinician by the Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections. He has been married thirty-two years, has four children, and ten grandchildren.

Dr. Fehr is an international lecturer in group psychotherapy and has led over 6,000 psychotherapy groups. He is an avid collector of eighteenth-and nineteenth-century antiques and a student of the Spanish language and the Jungian Tarot. Contributors Uri Amit, EdD, is a former chief psychologist (psychologist IV) at the Massachusetts Treatment Center for the Sexually Dangerous Persons, Bridgewater, Massachusetts. He is currently a senior clinician at the Ann Klein Forensic Center-Special Treatment Unit in Avenel, New Jersey.

Steven L. Schklar, BA, CGP, is a clinical member and past president of The Ontario Society of Psychotherapists. He is a certified group psychotherapist in private practice in Toronto, Ontario. His group practice includes psychodynamic long-term mixed-gender groups. He also leads support and psychotherapy groups for The Artists’ Health Center at Toronto Western Hospital. Chana Schneider, BEd, BS, holds a teaching certificate in special education including a certificate in therapeutic interventions in animal assisted therapy, and is in private practice with individuals and groups, Jerusalem, Israel.

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