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This text examines in depth the roles that techniques play in group counselling and provides direction for counsellors and future counsellors on how to develop and use techniques suitable for their own situations. Many specific examples of techniques are discussed, such as dealing with involuntary groups, creating trust and working with conflict. Examples give readers an idea of how they can create, implement and evaluate their own techniques. End-of-chapter questions and experimental activities are provided, suggested readings have been completely revised and updated, and a further resources section has been added. This book should be of interest to degree and diploma students taking courses in group counselling in departments of psychology and social work.