LGBTQ Counselor Connections
Book Summary: Volume 2 of Group Work Experts Share Their Favorite Activities for Supervision is a follow-up to the first volume of this handy resource. This second volume contains more than 50 additional
activities for the supervision of group work. Activities are organized into four sections: Multicultural and Social Justice Awareness, Supporting Process in Task and Psychoeducational
Groups, Setting and Population Specific interventions, and Developing Skills and the Coleader Relationship in Group Supervision of Group Leaders. Each section begins with a
detailed introduction by an expert who reviews the current literature. The multicultural and
social justice activities identify and address the ways in which identity affects the group as-a-whole
experience, and also provide a model for supervisor competence. The activities in the Supporting Process in Task and Psychoeducational Groups section are designed to help supervisors more effectively develop and intentionally intervene in these types of groups. The Setting and Population Specific section offers activities for supervisors’ use with unique types of groups across varied contexts, and the development skills and coleader relationship activities support both beginning and more advanced group counselors in their work.
Byrd, Rebekah J.; and Robertson, Patricia E.. 2016. LGBTQ Counselor Connections. Group Experts Share Their Favorite Activities for Supervision. Vol.2 Kristopher Goodrich, Eds. Alexandria, VA: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BVWNR82//ref=cm_sw_su_dp ISBN: 9781523905751