An Experiential Approach to Group Work, Second Edition
Rich Furman, Kimberly Bender, and Diana Rowan
Rich Furman (MSW, University of Pennsylvania; PhD, Yeshiva University) is professor of social work at the University of Washington, Tacoma. He has published many books on social work including Navigating Human Service Organizations, third edition, Practical Tips for Publishing Scholarly Articles, second edition, and Social Work Practice with Latinos (Lyceum Books).
Kimberly Bender (PhD, University of Texas at Austin, MSW, Colorado State University) is associate professor at the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work, where she studies methods for improving services and developing empirically based interventions for adolescents at risk of problem behavior. She has published peer-reviewed articles on youth with co-occurring disorders, runaway/homeless youths, and maltreated adolescents. Professor Bender has provided group treatment to youths in a variety of clinical settings including residential treatment, inpatient units, and outpatient mental health centers.
Diana Rowan (MSW, Our Lady of the Lake University at San Antonio, PhD, University of Texas at Arlington) is assistant professor of social work at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She is an experienced psychotherapist in multiple areas of practice including HIV and AIDS, substance abuse, anxiety and depression, sexual therapy, and Christian counseling. She is the author of Social Work with HIV and AIDS (Lyceum Books).