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Individual Change Through Small Groups, 2nd Ed.

About The Book

Individual Change Through Small Groups brilliantly details The University of Michigan’s empirically based, problem-oriented approach to group work practice.

This revised and expanded second edition of a modern classic provides practitioners and students with a systematic description of the various methods used to prevent and change dysfunctional and psychopathological behavior.

Martin Sundel, Professor of Social work at The University of Texas at Arlington, joins original editors Paul Glasser, Rosemary Sarri, and Robert Vinter to present the findings of a wide range of social scientists and help professionals to apply cognitive and behavioral techniques to effect significant change.

About The Author

Martin Sundel is a professor of Social Work at The University of Texes at Arlington. 

Product Details

  • Publisher: Free Press (February 1, 1985)
  • Length: 608 pages
  • ISBN13: 9780029117903

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