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Primary Task Response:
Within the Discussion Board area, write 400–600 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas.
Research 1 residential treatment center of your choice and take a position on whether or not you think the particular treatment protocols used there are applicable to recovering addicts. Complete the following:
- Provide details about each of the following:
- Treatment model
- Recovery and relapse prevention model
- Why is or why isn’t this treatment effective for recovering addicts?
- Provide support for your position.
- If you think it is not effective, who do you think would do well with these types of interventions?
- Who do you think would not do well, and why?
- Do you think you can add to these interventions? If so, how?
400-600 words Course of study is human services chosen career is substance abuse counseling
Assess how the readings and assignments in this phase can be applied to your career or your course of study.
This book, like previous editions, examines essential skills required to be an effective worker with groups in multiple settings.
Part 1 of this text (Chapters 1–7) concentrates on types of groups (task/work, psychoeducation, counseling, psychotherapy, and mixed) and how they develop, including their stages and dynamics. Skilled group workers must be aware of and comfortable in dealing with the dynamics and the development of groups over time, from their forming to their adjourning.
Part 2 (Chapters 8–10) focuses on ethics, legal issues, diversity, social justice, creativity, and special kinds of groups. Ethical and legal aspects of working in groups are discussed, along with specialty groups and the influence of culture, social justice, and creativity on groups.