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date: 17 November 2019

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Group interventions exist in a large diversity of settings. This chapter focuses on the variety of settings in which groups can be found. The goal is to provide readers with a sense of the ubiquitous nature of groups. The variety of settings includes a focus on different kinds of groups for clients of different ages with a diversity of clinical issues. Each section provides examples of groups and research to support these groups in particular settings; selected for depth of coverage in this chapter are Veterans Administration programs, behavioral health and medical settings, college/university counseling centers, and schools. The chapter concludes with suggestions for the future of groups in these settings and an extensive reference list.

Keywords: setting, Veterans Administration, schools, behavioral medicine, counseling center

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