Could you please help me find a group therapy techniques workbook for the aging population?


Answered By: Linda Kern
Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016     Views: 21


The best strategy for finding books is to search the library's catalog at . You will be asked to log in with your 6 digit student ID and your email username (the part of your Brenau email address before the @ symbol).

I tried two searches. The first term was "group therapy". Be sure to include the quotation marks to focus your results. The first two items listed are Essentials of Group Therapy and the Group Therapy Homework Planner. Geriatric clients are mentioned in these. Both are eBooks and can be viewed by clicking the "view now" button. A number of other books are articles are listed. If you don't want to wait until the university reopens on Tuesday after the Labor Day holiday to get one of the print books, you can scroll down the left side of the results page and limit the results to only eBooks.

The second search was "group therapy" AND (geriatric OR elderly). As before, include the quotation marks and parentheses to focus your results. After limiting the results to eBooks, the best result seems to be Play Therapy with Adults.

Good luck with your project!

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