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Clinical social work practice : an integrated approach

Author: Marlene G Cooper; Joan Granucci Lesser
Publisher: Boston, MA : Allyn & Bacon/Pearson, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th edView all editions and formats
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This text addresses assessment within a theoretical framework that considers the use of DSM-IV coding and the mental status exam; it includes a walkthrough of a clinical interview and the stages of treatment and examines models of treatment. The authors have included case studies, drawn from practical experience, integrating them throughout and show how theory is applied to work with individuals, families, groups,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marlene G Cooper; Joan Granucci Lesser
ISBN: 9780205787289 0205787282
OCLC Number: 653483734
Description: xiv, 257 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. An integrated approach to clinical practice. Theoretical base for clinical social work practice --
The integrative model --
2. Key issues in clinical practice. Brief treatment --
Ethics and boundaries --
The suicidal client --
Managed care --
Therapist self-care and self-compassion --
3. The clinical interview : the process of assessment. Beginning, middle, and end stages of treatment --
The therapeutic relationship --
Transtheoretical model : the stages of change --
The middle stage of treatment-moving to completion, preparation, and action --
The ending phase of treatment --
4. The psychosocial study : the product of assessment. Preparing the psychosocial study --
5. Multicultural practice. Cultural competence --
Multicultural clinical practice --
Example of culturally competent practice --
Example of culturally specific practice: research across cultures --
6. Object relations theory : a relational psychodynamic model. The work of Melanie Klein --
The work of Ronald Fairbairn --
The work of Harry Guntrip --
The work of Donald Winnicott --
The interpersonal school --
Eight stages in object relations theory and practice --
Object relations theory and practice --
7. Self psychology : a relational psychodynamic model. Self-psychology as a theoretical framework --
Brief psychology with women --
8. Relational theory --
9. Cognitive theory : a structural approach. History and definition --
Rational emotive therapy --
Constructive perspective --
Beck's model of cognitive therapy --
Schema theory --
Cognitive processing theory --
10. Behavior therapy : a structural approach. The three generations or three waves --
Behavioral assessment --
The therapeutic relationship --
Research perspectives --
11. Narrative therapy. A postmodern approach --
The language of narrative --
The structure of narrative : narrative as metaphor --
The deconstruction of narrative --
Cross-cultural counseling --
Collective narrative practice --
Narrative theater --
Research perspectives --
12. Solution-focused therapy. A postmodern approach --
The editorial reflection --
Postassessment session and self-reflection --
Solution-oriented family assessment --
Crisis intervention --
Research perspectives --
13. Clinical practice with children and adolescents. Developmental assessment --
Child psychopathology --
The clinical interview --
Learning disturbances --
Play therapy --
Case example --
Behavioral therapy --
14. Integrating research and practice. Evidence-based practice --
Research methods for clinical practitioners --
Qualitative research --
Discussion and implications --
Mixed-methods research.
Responsibility: Marlene G. Cooper, Joan Granucci Lesser.

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This text for advanced clinical practice courses at the core of the MSW curriculum teaches students how to integrate theory and practice on multiple levels. Building on the foundation of generalist  Read more...

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