- Author:John Jenkinson,Keith Nichols
- Publisher:Open University Press; 1 edition (May 1, 2006)
- Pages:176 pages
- Subcategory:Social Sciences
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Keith Nichols is a consulting clinical health psychologist at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, United Kingdom
Keith Nichols is a consulting clinical health psychologist at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, United Kingdom. John Jenkinson is a group consultant, Cornwall Alcohol and Drugs Agency, United Kingdom.
Presented in a conversational style, the book serves as a tutorial outlining the benefits of support groups and the essential aspects of forming, beginning and then running a support . John Jenkinson, Keith Nichols. Lc Classification Number.
Presented in a conversational style, the book serves as a tutorial outlining the benefits of support groups and the essential aspects of forming, beginning and then running a support group.
Keith Nichols, John Jenkinson. I have a psych background and was interested in creating an online support group for MS'ers. I don't know why, but I thought this book could have translated a bit better than it did in the online realm. Be prepared for a very academic approach
Keith Nichols, John Jenkinson. Be prepared for a very academic approach. It was also quite pricey. I wish someone would author a book that deals with online communities and support groups - this population is certainly growing!
It arises out of another aspect of current attitudes towards groups which might best be described as the burden of lack of confidence. In short, many people who would be quite capable of setting up and running a support group hold back from doing so because they lack the confidence. Often this is in circumstances where a support group is very much needed. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles
Keith Nichols trained in clinical psychology at Leeds University and then became a lecturer at the University of Exeter in 1968, eventually retiring as Senior Lecturer in 2001
Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. Keith Nichols trained in clinical psychology at Leeds University and then became a lecturer at the University of Exeter in 1968, eventually retiring as Senior Lecturer in 2001. From 1970 he also took up a part time appointment as a clinical psychologist in the NHS specialising in applications to physical health and stress related illness where he gained extensive experience of support group work. He is currently Consultant Clinical Health Psychologist at Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.
Leading a Support Group book. Keith Nichols, John Jenkinson.
Authors: Nichols, Keith . Jenkinson, John. ISBN 978-1-5041-2051-7. Leading a Support Group. Digitally watermarked, DRM-free. Included format: ebooks can be used on all reading devices. Springer Science+Business Media New York.
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Leading a Support Group. John Jenkinson, Keith A. Nichols. Why groups? support groups in action preparation - the group leader preparing the members and understanding support the practicalities of starting a group underway - the middle stages of a grou. More). Internationally recognized for her intimate an.
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Support groups are proven to be efficient and effective therapy, but people in health care, education, and therapy rarely offer them due to lack of knowledge and training. Leading a
Support Group explains the benefits of support groups and takes the reader step by step through the process of forming and running one. Written pointedly for the novice, this tutorial concentrates on case studies and the problems typically experienced by beginners.