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Days in the lives of social workers : 58 professionals tell "real-life" stories from social work practice

Author: Linda May Grobman
Publisher: Harrisburg, PA : White Hat Communications, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 4th edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Linda May Grobman
ISBN: 9781929109302 192910930X
OCLC Number: 745766042
Description: p. 443 ; 22 cm.
Contents: Social work in the ER --
Social work in the neonatal intensive care unit --
Remembering why I became a social worker: lessons learned on internal medicine --
Social work in an infertility clinic --
Working with pregnant women in public health --
Managing in managed care --
Social work in the commissioned corps --
Private practice with urban gay men: with a subspecialty in HIV/AIDS --
A very special nursing home in the South Bronx --
Pediatric HIV research --
Elementary school social work --
An inner-city high school --
Social work in a rural school district --
Urban child protective services --
A neighborhood youth center --
Play therapy and bullying --
Working with gay and lesbian youth --
Child welfare ombudsman --
Employee assistance programs --
Social work goes to summer camp --
Developmental disabilities --
"Us" becoming "them" --
Involuntary admission: a new worker's introduction to the "603" --
Partial hospitalization --
Social work in a clubhouse --
Life as a group home manager --
Disaster mental health services --
Dual diagnosis: substance abuse and mental health in an inpatient setting --
Social work in the Alaskan bush --
Adventure-based practice --
Private practice and the eclectic social worker --
An office to call my own: private practice in the lesbian community --
Prison substance abuse treatment --
A hard day's night: working with assaultive men in prison --
Residential treatment for adolescent sexual offenders --
Forensic social work: mitigating death penalty cases in a capital defense unit --
Victim services --
Social work with survivors of the Holocaust --
Nursing home social work --
Senior adult coordinator --
Hospice social work --
Home health social work --
Geriatric care management: a growing profession --
The daily life of NASW's executive director --
Life as an agency CEO --
Association management --
Family advocacy in the military --
Outreach to homeless veterans --
Life as a BSW educator --
A university counseling center --
Providing continuing education to social workers --
Consulting in Armenia --
Working with unaccompanied minors in Britain --
Working with Raskal gangs in the Highland of Papua New Guinea --
Working with Russian immigrants --
Community organizing for social change --
A day in the life of a policy practitioner --
Mucho gusto en conocerle (I'm pleased to meet you): working with migrant farm families.
Responsibility: Linda May Grobman, editor ; with a foreword by Elizabeth J. Clark.

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