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Homeless narratives & pretreatment pathways : from words to housing

著者: Jay S Levy
出版商: Ann Arbor, MI : Loving Healing Press, ©2010.
丛书: New horizons in therapy series
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所有的著者/提供者: Jay S Levy
ISBN: 9781615990276 1615990275 9781615990269 1615990267
OCLC号码: 642624996
描述: xiii, 145 p. ; 25 cm.
内容: Old Man Ray's narrative: first lessons --
What is pretreatment? --
Tracy's narrative: the rewards of outreach & engagement --
Pretreatment principles: engagement & ecological considerations --
Andrew's narrative: entering the house of language --
Pretreatment principles: common language development --
Butch's narrative: the meaning of loss --
Pretreatment principles: promote safety & facilitate change --
Lacey's narrative: the effects of trauma & homelessness --
Pretreatment applications: advocacy, programs, and supervision --
Conclusion: pretreatment alternatives.
丛书名: New horizons in therapy series
其他题名: Homeless narratives and pretreatment pathways
责任: Jay S. Levy.

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the REACH Housing First Program

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Jay S. Levy, an outreach clinician who worked in New York City and Boston areas shares his precious and result oriented experiences with homeless people in this book. His book will guide professionals on practice and will add great experience for their field. In 2005, the fruits of the hard work became...
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A must for outreach workers, clinicians, administrators, and policy makers

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“Jay Levy has given  us a magnificent gem in his book Homeless Narratives & Pretreatment Pathways: From Words to Housing. Utilizing a rich experience spanning more than two decades as a social worker on the streets and shelters of New York, Boston and Western Massachusetts, Levy has...
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One of the best guides I have read for working with the homeless

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Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (09/10)

This is one of the best guides I have read about working with the underserved and homeless. I wonder why all cities don't put it into place. Quite frankly, I get tired of hearing professionals say they are overworked and underpaid....
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