Intended for anyone who runs or participates in group sessions, this manual offers almost 100 practical activities. It takes the user through a broad range of exercises, ideas, pitfalls and descriptions. This is an ideal companion to the "Creative Activities in Groupwork" series. The book covers every kind of group from social to community groups and from encounter to therapeutic groups. Activities include transforming sound, singing questions, name paint, ritual teambuilding, ears, eyes and mouth, survival, my favourite words, improvisations, sharing, jungle, musical hoops, space walk and interviews.
Andy Hickson has worked in Europe, Africa, and Asia, including an 18 month stay in the Malaysian rainforest. He also specialises in using action methods to solve difficulties in a variety of settings, such as workplaces, academic institutions, hospitals, schools, youth clubs and community settings. He is a founder member of Tie Tours and a member of the International Society for Interculturual Education (SIETAR).
140 pages Wire-o-bound 297 x 210mm ISBN 978-0-86388-408-5 ORDER CODE D11-002-2615 GBP32.50 Why do we work in groups?; Principles & procedures; The voice; Methods, techniques & presentation; Working with people with learning difficulties; Optimum conditions; Casework anecdotes.