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Social Work Diagnosis In Contemporary Practice.

Author: Francis J Turner
Publisher: Cary : Oxford University Press, 2004.
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The unifying theme of this broad-reaching volume is that responsible, ethical, and effective social work practice rests on the diagnostic skills of the practitioner. Social work diagnosis refers to the conscious formulation of an ongoing set of decisions about the client and his or her situation, which serve as the basis for intervention - decisions for which the practitioner must be prepared to take responsibility.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Turner, Francis J.
Social Work Diagnosis In Contemporary Practice.
Cary : Oxford University Press, ©2004
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Francis J Turner
ISBN: 9781433700187 1433700182
OCLC Number: 935262130
Notes: Chapter 32 smoking cessation: increasing practice understanding and time-limited intervention strategy.
Description: 1 online resource (849 pages)
Contents: Foreword; Preface; Contents; PART I: WHO IS THE CLIENT FROM A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE; CHAPTER 1 PRECURSORS OF MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS FOR LOW BIRTH WEIGHT CHILDREN: THE SALIENCE OF FAMILY ENVIRONMENT DURING THE FIRST YEAR OF LIFE; CHAPTER 2 RESILIENT CHILDREN: WHAT THEY TELL US ABOUT COPING WITH MALTREATMENT; CHAPTER 3 FIVE IMAGES OF MATURITY IN ADOLESCENCE: WHAT DOES "GROWN UP" MEAN?; CHAPTER 4 PARENT-CHILD SYNCHRONY AND ADOLESCENT ADJUSTMENT; CHAPTER 5 PARENTING EXPECTATIONS AND CONCERNS OF FATHERS AND MOTHERS OF NEWBORN INFANTS; CHAPTER 6 PARENTING STRESS AND EXTERNALIZING CHILD BEHAVIOR. Chapter 7 parental divorce and young adult children's romantic relationships: resolution of the divorce experiencechapter 8 envisioning fatherhood: a social psychological perspective on young men without kids; chapter 9 the function of fathers: what poor men say about fatherhood; chapter 10 "undeserving" mothers? practitioners' experiences working with young mothers in/from care; chapter 11 redefining motherhood: adaptation to role change for women with aids; chapter 12 the long-term outcome of reunions between adult adopted people and their birth mothers; chapter 13 adoption as a family form. Chapter 14 the trouble with foster care: the impact of stressful "events" on foster carerschapter 15 the importance of partners to lesbians' intergenerational relationships; chapter 16 the evolution of homoerotic behavior in humans; chapter 17 heterosexual masculinity and homophobia: a reaction to the self?; chapter 18 from grandparent to caregiver: the stress and satisfaction of raising grandchildren; chapter 19 grandparents raising grandchildren: families in transition; chapter 20 later-life transitions into widowhood. CHAPTER 21 UNDERSTANDING THE AGEING PROCESS: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE OF THE PSYCHOSOCIAL AND SPIRITUAL DIMENSIONSCHAPTER 22 VALUES UNDERLYING END-OF-LIFE DECISIONS: A QUALITATIVE APPROACH; PART II: THE PROBLEM AS A COMPONENT OF DIAGNOSIS; A. Problems with a Mental Illness Basis; CHAPTER 23 A NEW UNDERSTANDING OF ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER: ALTERNATE CONCEPTS AND INTERVENTIONS; CHAPTER 24 WHEN SHE WAS BAD: BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER IN A POSTTRAUMATIC AGE; CHAPTER 25 CLINICAL FEATURES OF SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL ABUSE WITH MAJOR DEPRESSION. CHAPTER 26 PANIC DISORDER AND SELF STATES: CLINICAL AND RESEARCH ILLUSTRATIONSCHAPTER 27 OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE SYMPTOMATOLGY: A GOAL-DIRECTED RESPONSE TO ANTICIPATED TRAUMATIZATION?; CHAPTER 28 EARLY-ONSET SCHIZOPHRENIA: A LITERATURE REVIEW OF EMPIRICALLY BASED INTERVENTIONS ; B. Problems of a Psychosocial Nature; CHAPTER 29 DOMESTIC VOLENCE IN LATER LIFE: AN OVERVIEW FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS; CHAPTER 30 HOMELESS PERSONS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS AND THEIR FAMILIES: EMERGING ISSUES FROM CLINICAL WORK; CHAPTER 31 SHYNESS AND SOCIAL PHOBIA: A SOCIAL WORK PERSPECTIVE ON A PROBLEM IN LIVING.

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The unifying theme of this broad-reaching volume is that responsible, ethical, and effective social work practice rests on the diagnostic skills of the practitioner. Social work diagnosis refers to the conscious formulation of an ongoing set of decisions about the client and his or her situation, which serve as the basis for intervention - decisions for which the practitioner must be prepared to take responsibility. Diagnostic skill development is an ongoing process principally enhanced by a continuous commitment to remain at the cutting edge of the profession's body of knowledge contained in.

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