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This book provides a refreshing approach to clinical intervention for use with clients who experience a variety of emotional problems related to their biology, psychology, social life, and meaning and purpose issues. The book focuses on the realities of short-term intervention and the effects limited contact between clients and treatment providers has on successful intervention.
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Joseph Walsh (PhD, MSW, The Ohio State University) is professor of social work at Virginia Commonwealth University. He has been a direct services practitioner in the field of mental health since 1974. He continues to provide direct services to clients at the university counseling center. Professor Walsh was the 1998 recipient of the National Mental Health Association s George Goodman Brudney and Ruth P. Brudney Social Work Award, given annually to recognize significant contributions to the care and treatment of persons with mental illness.
Jim Lantz (PhD, MSW, the Ohio State University) (d. 2003) was a professor and counselor educator at the Ohio State University College of Social Work. He published extensively in the areas of existential family therapy and cross-cultural social work practice. Professor Lantz was elected graduate teacher of the year by the students at the Ohio State University College of Social work eight times, and in 2000 was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Ohio Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers.
"This book offers a rewarding approach that encourages discussion with clients about fundamental dilemmas of existence."
--Michael E. Sherr, Baylor University
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