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A whole-person approach to human problems and social change.
Foundations in Human Services Practice: A Generalist Perspective on Individual, Agency, and Community assists readers with practice essentials for working with clients, agencies, and communities. Readers will explore theories, models, and practices used by human service practitioners. This title exams how helping whole person entails work in many different spheres: direct service (case management theory, case management process, and interviewing), organizational structure (management, supervision, and fundraising), and community (organizing, advocating, and lobbying). Author Judith Herzberg takes a multidisciplinary view examining human services practices in context of social, economic, and political factors.
Standards for Excellence series - Each chapter highlights the national standards set by the Council for Standards in Human Service Education (CSHSE). Critical thinking questions throughout reinforces this integration.
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Judith T. Herzberg holds a PhD in Human Services, an MA in Psychology, and a BA in Business Administration. She began her career as a licensed practical nurse working in hospitals and long-term care facilities. She later served in various administrative roles in nonprofit health and human service organizations. In addition, she served on nonprofit boards and was involved in community programs that served homeless women and children, abused women, and people with HIV/AIDS.
She began her career in higher education in direct service roles to students, then taught at the Rutgers University Multicultural Institute before moving to Brookdale Community College, where she taught both psychology and human services courses. Dr. Herzberg has served as President of the Mid-Atlantic Consortium for Human Services, Vice-President of the New England Organization for Human Services, and as a member of the Board of the National Organization for Human Services. In 2005 she received the NOHS President’s Award for contributions to the field.
Currently, Dr. Herzberg serves on the Commission on Disability of Watertown, Massachusetts. She is also writing two new human services textbooks, one focused on ethical decision-making and the other on multicultural approaches to practice.
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