5 edition of Research on Group Treatment Methods found in the catalog.
October 30, 1996
by Greenwood Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||264|
Years of Groups Research. Special issue of the journal Group Dynamics: Theory, Research and Practice, Vol. 4, No. 1, March Includes articles about group cohesion, leadership, work groups, social influence, intergroup conflict, and group psychotherapy. Research Methods. Future health services research should consider or develop methods for (1) improving care for women who seek help in primary care or mental health settings, (2) increasing the referral of women to specialized addiction treatment, (3) identifying subgroups of women and men who would benefit from gender-specific interventions, and (4) addressing.
One group gets the treatment or program (the X) and the other group is the comparison group and doesn’t get the program (note that this you could alternatively have the comparison group receive the standard or typical treatment, in which case this study would be a relative comparison). Notice that a pretest is not required for this design. research-practice gap is a mismatch in treatment modality: Whereas research efforts have focused on individual therapy, the majority of SUD treatment is in group format. In this mixed-methods three-study dissertation, I aim to narrow this gap by exploring how SUD clinicians facilitate group therapy.
The Static Group Comparison Study. This design attempts to make up for the lack of a control group but falls short in relation to showing if a change has occurred. In the static group comparison study, two groups are chosen, one of which receives the treatment and the other does not. Group Leaders’ Manual and Men’s Workbook Spanish version – professional book: $ ea: Qty: Complete set of handouts and homework for group members to use throughout the treatment program. The program includes: A compact disc included with the manual, of relaxation exercises to be used in group.
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“Group Treatment for Substance Abuse: A Stages-of-Change Therapy Manual” divides group treatment for substance abuse into three (3) main parts: Part I contains explanation of the transtheoretical model (TTM) in detail and review strategies and techniques that will be used to trigger change process in the sessions.
The natural propensity of human beings to congregate makes group therapy a powerful therapeutic tool for treating substance abuse, one that is as helpful as individual therapy, and sometimes more successful.
One reason for this efficacy is that groups intrinsically have many rewarding benefits—such as reducing isolation and enabling members to witness the recovery of others—and these. Introduction. Research on the effectiveness of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is controversial and is subject to widely divergent interpretations.
For example, Research on Group Treatment Methods book Cochrane Group published a review of the AA literature that considered outcome studies of AA and of step facilitation (“TSF,” a form of specialty treatment that introduces clients to the step philosophy and support system).Cited by: The Handbook of Group Counseling and Psychotherapy is a comprehensive reference guide for group practitioners and researchers alike.
Each chapter reviews the literature and current research as well as suggestions for practice in the psycho educational arena, counselling, and therapy groups.
The Handbook encourages the notion that the field is improved through increased collaboration between. This book provides an orientation to the transtheoretical model from one of its originators and outlines group treatment sessions developed by savvy clinicians.
The second edition retains the best-loved features of the first edition while adding new developments from motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and positive s: Research Methods: Information, Systems, and Contexts, Second Edition, presents up-to-date guidance on how to teach research methods to graduate students and professionals working in information management, information science, librarianship, archives, and records and information systems.
It provides a coherent and precise account of current research themes and structures, giving students. Healthcare Research Methods Bernadette Howlett, PhD INTRODUCTION Research methods and statistics are foundational concepts for evidence-based practice (EBP).
This chapter was written with the expectation that you have taken courses at the undergraduate level that address both research methods and statistics. We recommend that you have books. The section of the book on complex correlation was also moved to Chapter 6 and the section on quasi-experiments was moved from Chapter 6 to its own chapter (Chapter 8).
The categories of non-experimental research described in Chapter 6 were change to cross-sectional, correlational, and observational research. doctoral-level class on Research Methods at the University of South Florida. The target audience for this book includes Ph.D. and graduate students, junior researchers, and professors teaching courses on research methods, although senior researchers can also use this book.
This work is a selectively annotated bibliography of research from areas of group therapy, group psychotherapy, group counseling, and psychodrama. The authors present a balanced sampling of empirical research with a wide range of research methods, analytic methods, and instruments so as to facilitate cross-fertilization of research efforts.
A number of group-level factors, including instilling a sense of hope, social learning, disclosure, and self-insight, operate to promote adjustment in psychotherapy groups, and research suggests that this treatment method, when properly administered, is as effective as more individualized treatment.
Drug Utilization Research (DUR) is an eclectic scientific discipline, integrating descriptive and analytical methods for the quantification, understanding and evaluation of the processes of prescribing, dispensing and consumption of medicines and for the testing of interventions to enhance the quality of these processes.
The goal of this type of research is to comprehend the particular group/culture through immersion into the culture or group. Research is completed through various methods but, since the researcher is immersed within the group for an extended period of time, more detailed information is usually collected during the research.
The Masters and Johnson research team, composed of William H. Masters and Virginia E. Johnson, pioneered research into the nature of human sexual response and the diagnosis and treatment of sexual disorders and dysfunctions from until the s.
The work of Masters and Johnson began in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Washington University in St.
Louis and was continued at. Other validated treatment methods include Community Reinforcement and Family Training, or Craft, an approach developed by Robert J. Meyers and described in his book, “Get Your Loved One Sober,” with co-author Brenda L.
Wolfe. This is still the case, although research on group treatment has increased substantially, with 14 RCTs published since Foy et al.–s article. Based on the existing research, group treatment for PTSD appears to be an effective approach, although meta-analytic findings suggest that it.
•Evidence-based group facilitation skills: do not automatically transfer from individual treatment experience •Difference between ^group as therapy and ^group as vehicle –Tension between individual and group –Most groups are open-enrolling •Survey of SUD group therapists in the U.S.: 69% facilitate only open-enrolling groups.
Group Work and Interviews With Teachers, Parents, and Children: Relationships and Parental Involvement in Nursery Education; Methods of Analysis of the Impact of the Internationalization of Work in the Division of Labor; Research for Development.
Focus Group Methodology is an introductory text which leads readers through the entire process of designing a focus group study. One-Group Posttest Only Design. In a one-group posttest only design, a treatment is implemented (or an independent variable is manipulated) and then a dependent variable is measured once after the treatment is implemented.
Imagine, for example, a researcher who is interested in the effectiveness of an anti-drug education program on elementary school students’ attitudes toward illegal drugs. According to researchers at Penn State, a new method for treating acid mine drainage (AMD) could enable the conversion of the environmental pollution issue into a vital domestic source of the critical rare earth elements that are required for the manufacture of technology varying right from smartphones to fighter jets.New Methods of Treatment Efficacy Research Bridging Clinical Research and Clinical Practice KATHLEEN M.
CARROLL, PH.D. A variety of methodological advances are allowing alcoholism treatment researchers to develop effective new treatments and .