<> Filled with practical information and an abundance of case examples and exercises, Groups in Social Work: A Workbookaddresses the common problems and issues that typically come up in groups. It shows how social workers can effectively use a strengths-based approach to both prevent and correct problems that may occur within the group. Features - " Case vignettes, examples, and questionsare posed throughout the workbook " Strengths-based approach throughout, with one chapter completely devoted to it (Ch.11) " An abundance of examples from diverse settings(e.g., clubhouse settings) and different types of groups (e.g. psychoeducational) " An Appendix dedicated to evidence-based practicecoincides with Chapter 2 to help students learn how to find evidence-based curriculums What reviewers are saying? “[This textbook] fills a need and void in clinical social work education.” -- Thomas A. Atilt, University of Georgia, Athens “The workbook provides an exceptional collection of dialogued case examples.” - Dina M. Kassler, University of Texas, Austin “When I began reading the workbook I found myself answering the questions and was both curious and excited about what was next!” -- J. Camille Hall, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Instructors: You can order this special package option for your students: Get a special reduced package price if you use Groups in Social Work: A Workbookalong with the best-selling text- Toseland/Rivas: An Introduction to Group Work Practice 6/e. Please contact your local Pearson rep for more details. www.pearsonhighered.com/replocator.Jacqueline Corcoran is the author of 'Groups in Social Work: A Workbook', published 2008 under ISBN 9780205542727 and ISBN 0205542727.