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Author Cohen, Marcia
Title Gender and Groupwork
Imprint London : Taylor & Francis Group, 2003
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Descript 1 online resource (223 pages)
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Note Cover -- Gender and Groupwork -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- Chapter 2 Women's group development from a relational model and a new look at facilitator influence on group development -- Chapter 3 Women in groups: the history of feminist empowerment -- Chapter 4 Difference, collective action and women's groups: South Asian women in Britain -- Chapter 5 Critical reflections on profeminist practice in men's groups -- Chapter 6 Gender awareness and the role of the groupworker in programmes for domestic violence perpetrators -- Chapter 7 Developing the capacity to address social context issues: Group treatment with African American men who batter -- Chapter 8 Gendering work with children and youth: Groups for child witnesses of woman abuse -- Chapter 9 Genderbending: Reflections on group work with queer youth -- Chapter 10 Women First: A self-directed group for women with and without learning disabilities - our experiences 1990-99 -- Chapter 11 Intersections of gender, race and ethnicity in groupwork -- Chapter 12 From support to empowerment: Caregiver connections -- Chapter 13 Challenges and issues facing older women: Potential role for empowerment-oriented groups -- Chapter 14 Grouping together for equality in physical health -- Chapter 15 Feminist group work and homelessness -- Chapter 16 Conclusion: where does this leave us? -- Index
Thinking about gender can enrich the work of all groupwork practitioners and can make a real difference in people's lives. Based on practice experience in both the UK and the USA, Gender and Groupwork brings together the best of groupwork knowledge, skills and values in a true transatlantic partnership.The book summarises the history of gender-based groups for both women and men and outlines a wide range of exciting and challenging examples of groups in different contexts. Often moving, and always engrossing, these accounts encompass groups for older women and women facing inequalities in health care. Innovative work with homeless people, with caregivers and lesbian and gay youth is described in detail and there is a particular focus on domestic violence, where groups can often the intervention of choice.Gender and Groupwork demonstrates that, despite the challenges of post-structuralism and postmodernism, the practice of groupwork is alive and well. It provides new ideas and new models to help move practice forward, making it a welcome addition to the groupwork literature
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Cohen, Marcia Gender and Groupwork London : Taylor & Francis Group,c2003 9780415080569
Subject Social work with men
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Alt Author Mullender, Audrey
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