Working with Groups on Family Issues
Structured Exercises for Exploring: Divorce, Balancing Work and Family, Family Problems, Solo Parenting, Boundaries, Intimacy,
Whether you're a clinical therapist or volunteer group leader, Working with Groups on Family Issues gives you tools for teaching people how to cope with
today's family relationships, including divorce, single parenting, stepfamilies, gay and lesbian partners, working partners, and more.
Twenty-five 30-60 minute structured exercises combine the knowledge of 24 marriage and family experts with practical learning activities to help you move
individuals, couples, children, and families toward positive change, regardless of your expertise in addressing family issues.
Teachers, trainers, consultants, counselors, pastors, social workers, EAP coordinators, support group leaders, and community education program developers
will appreciate the innovative assessment tools, mini-lecture outlines, worksheets, and group activities in this valuable and versatile resource.
Learn about family patterns and how to set relationship boundaries;
Assess family health and learn to develop positive relationships;
Attend to family problems, take responsibility for self, remove communication blocks, and forgive past hurts;
Sort out issues of gender, money, and power, and build a shared vision between working partners.