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									RECOMMENDED JOURNAL ARTICLES IN E-JOURNALS:

Aronson, S. M. (2004). Where the wild things are : The power and challenge of
      adolescent group work. The Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, 71(3), 174-180.

Bemak, F. (2005). Reflections on multiculturalism, social justice, and empowerment
      groups for academic success: A critical discourse for contemporary schools.
      Professional School Counseling, 8(5), 401-406.

Bemek, F., Chi-Ying, R., & Siroskey-Sabodo, L. A. (2005). Empowerment groups for
      academic success: An innovative approach to prevent high school failure for at-
      risk, urban African Students. Professional School Counseling, 8(5), 377-389.

Blum, D. J. & Jones, L. A. (1993). Academic growth group and mentoring program for
      potential dropouts. School Counselor, 40(3), 207-218.

Booth, A. & Hayes, A. (2004). What is it about groups? Counseling & Psychotherapy
       Journal, 15(10), 27-29.

Bradley, C. (2001). A counseling group for African-American adolescent males.
       Professional School Counseling, 4(5), 370-374.

Carter, G. S. & Van Dalen, A. (1998). Sibling incest: Time limited group as an
        assessment and treatment planning tool. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group
        Therapy, 8(2), 45-54.

Clark, A. J. (2002). Scapegoating: Dynamics and interventions in group counseling.
       Journal of Counseling and Development, 80, 271- 276.

Daniels, J. (1992). Empowering homeless children through school counseling.
       ElementarySchool Guidance and Counseling, 27(2), 104-113.

Deck, M., Scarborough, J. L., Sferrazza, M. S., & Estill, D. M. (1999). Serving students
      with disabilities: Perspectives of three school counselors. Intervention in School
      & Clinic, 34(3), 150-156.

Fleming, V. M. (1999). Group counseling in the schools: A case for basic training.
      Professional School Counseling, 2(5), 409-414.

Glazer, H. R. & Clark, M. D. (1999). A family-centered intervention for grieving
       preschool children. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 9(4), 161-
       168.

Glodich, A. M. & Allen, J. G. (1998). Adolescents exposed to violence and abuse: A
       review of the group therapy literature with an emphasis on preventing trauma
       reenactment. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 8(3), 135-154.
Glodich, A. M., Allen, J. G., & Arnold, L. (2002). Protocol for a trauma-based
       psychoeducational group intervention to decrease risk-taking, reenactment, and
       further violence exposure: Application to the public high school setting. Journal
       of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 11(2/3), 87-107.

Goodnough, G. E. & Ripley, V. (1997). Structured groups for high school seniors making
      the transition to college and to military service. School Counselor, 44(3), 230-235.

Gossart-Walker, S. & Moss, N. E. (1998). Support groups for HIV-affected children.
       Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 8(2), 55-69.

Grant, D. S. & Berkovitz, I. H. (1999). Values of long-term group counseling in middle
       and high school. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 9(1), 17-25.

Hanselman, J. L. (2001). Coping skills interventions with adolescents in anger
      management using animals in therapy. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group
      Therapy, 11(4), 159-195.

Hansen, S., Meissler, K., & Ovens, R. (2000). Kids together: A group play therapy model
      for children with ADHD symptomalogy. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group
      Therapy, 10(4), 191-211.

Hedges-Goettl, L. & Tannenbaum, M. (2001). Navigating the social landscape: A
      rationale and method for interpersonal group therapy with pre-adolescent boys.
      Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 11(4), 135-146.

Huth-Bocks, A., Schettini, A., & Shebroe, V. (2001). Group play therapy for
      preschoolers exposed to domestic violence. Journal of Child and Adolescent
      Group Therapy, 11(1), 19-34.

Kastner, J. W. (1998). Clinical change in adolescent aggressive behavior: A group
       therapy approach. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 8(1), 23-33.

Kizner, L. R. (1999). Small group counseling with adopted children. Professional School
       Counseling, 2(3), 226-231.

Laselle, K. M. & Russell, T. T. (1993). To what extend at school counselors using
       meditation and relaxation techniques? School Counselor, 40(3), 178-184.

Laursen, E. & Oliver, V. (2003). Recasting problems as potentials in group work.
       Reclaiming Children and Youth, 12(1), 46-48.

Letendre, J. A. (1999). A group empowerment model with alienated, middle class eighth
       grade boys. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 9(3), 113-127.
Livneh, H., Wilson, L., Pullo, R. (2004). Group counseling for people with physical
       disabilities. Focus on Exceptional Children, 36(6), 1-19.

MacLennan, B. W. (1998). Mourning groups for children suffering from expected or
     sudden death of family or friends. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group
     Therapy, 8(1), 13-22.

Nichols-Goldstein, N. (2001). The essence of effective leadership with adolescent
       groups: Regression in the service of the ego. Journal of Child and Adolescent
       Group Therapy, 11(1), 13-17.

Praport, H. (1993). Reducing high school attrition: Group counseling can help. School
       Counselor, 40(4), 309-312.

Ripley, V. V. & Goodnough. G. E. (2001). Planning and implementing group counseling
       in a high school. Professional School Counseling, 5(1), 62-66.

Salloum, A. & Vincent, N. J. (1999). Community-based groups for inner city adolescent
       survivors of homicide victims. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy,
       9(1), 27-45.

Saltzman, W. R., Steinberg, A. M., Layne, C. M., Aisenberg, E., & Pynoos, R. S. (2001).
      A developmental approach to school-based treatment of adolescents exposed to
      trauma and traumatic loss. Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy,
      11(2/3), 43-56.

Schechtman, Z., Hiradin, A., & Zina, S. The impact of culture on group behavior: A
      comparison of three ethnic groups. Journal of Counseling and Development, 81,
      208-218.

Scheidlinger, S. (2001). Mini-treatment groups for children. Journal of Child and
       Adolescent Group Therapy, 11(4), 197-201.

Schnedeker, J. A. (1991). Multistage group guidance and counseling for low-achieving
      students. School Counselor, 39(1), 47-52.

Scott, C. C. (2001). The sisterhood group: A culturally focused empowerment group
        model for inner city African American youth. Journal of Child and Adolescent
        GroupTherapy, 11(2/3), 77-85.

Sonnenshein-Schneider, M. & Baird, K. (1980). Group counseling children of divorce in
      the elementary schools: Understanding process and techniques. The Personnel
      and Guidance Journal, 88-91.

Stroh, H. R. & Sink, C. A. (2002). Applying APA’s learner-centered principles to school-
       based group counseling. Professional School Counseling, 6(1), 71-79.
Sullivan, J. R. & Wright, N. (2002). The collaborative group counseling referral process:
       Description and teacher evaluation. Professional School Counseling, 5(6), 366-
       369.

Tellerman, J. S. (2001). The solutions unlimited now – SUN program: Psychodynamic/
       cognitive structured groups for teens, pre-teens, and families. Journal of Child
       and Adolescent Group Therapy, 11(4), 117-134.

Webb, L. D., Brigman, G. A., & Campbell, C. (2005). Linking school counselors and
      student success: A replication of the student success skills approach targeting the
      academic social competence of students. Professional School Counseling, 8(5),
      407-413.

Webb, L. D. & Myrick, R. D. (2003). A group counseling intervention for children with
      attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Professional School Counseling, 7(2),
      108-115.

Weiland Bowling, S., Schindler Zimmerman, T., & Carlson Daniels, K. (2000).
      Empower: A feminist consciousness-raising curriculum for adolescent women.
      Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 10(1), 3-28.

Yauman, B. E. (1991). School-based group counseling for children of divorce: A review
     of the literature. Elementary School Guidance and Counseling, 26(2), 130-139.

Zinck, K. (2000). Action research shows group counseling effective with at-risk
       adolescent girls. Professional School Counseling, 4(1), 50-60.

								
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