This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Barbara W. White: ForewordPrefaceContributorsPart I: The Context of Social Work Practice1. Cynthia Franklin: Developing Effective Practice Competencies in Managed Behavioral Care2. Barry D. Rock: Social Work in Health Care for the 21st Century: The Biopsychosocial Model3. Margaret Gibelman: Social Work in an Era of Managed Care4. Wallace J. Gingerich: Computer Applications for Social Work Practice5. Jill Doner Kagle: Record-Keeping6. Sarah J. Lewis: Knowledge is Power: Social Work and the Internet7. Carlton E. Munson: The Techniques and Process of Supervisory Practice8. Julie S. Abramson: Interdisciplinary Team Practice9. Dennis L. Poole and V. Nelly Salgado de Snyder: Pathways to Health and Mental Health Care: Guidelines for Culturally-Competent Practice10. Elaine P. Congress: Using the Culturagram with Culturally Diverse FamiliesPart II: Social Work Ethics and Values11. Frederic G. Reamer: Ethical Issues in Social Work12. Frederic G. Reamer: Risk Management13. Sheldon R. Gelman: On Being an Accountable Profession: The Code of Ethics, Oversight by Boards of Directors, and Whistle-Blowers as a Last Resort14. Wallace Gingerich: Online Social Work: Ethical and Practical ConsiderationsPart III: Applications of Treatment Approaches in Clinical Social Work15. Yvonne M. Eaton and Albert R. Roberts: Frontline Crisis Intervention: Step-by-Step Practice Guidelines with Case Applications16. Jan Ligon: Fundamentals of Brief Treatment: Principles and Practices17. William J. Reid and Anne E. Fortune: The Task-Centered Model18. Alex Gitterman: The Life Model19. Francis Turner: Psychosocial Therapy20. Peter De Jong: Solution-Focused Therapy21. M. Elizabeth Vonk and Theresa J. Early: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy22. Patricia Kelley: Narrative Therapy23. Gilbert J. Greene: The Mental Research Institute Approach to Strategic Therapy24. Mary Bricker-Jenkins: Feminist Issues and Practices in Social Work25. Denise Bronson: A Behavioral Approach to Social Work Treatment26. Gilbert J. Greene and Mo-Yee Lee: Using Social Constructivism in Social Work Practice27. Bill P. Panning: Gestalt Therapy28. William Borden: Object Relations Psychology and Psychosocial Intervention29. Jerrold R. Brandell: Using Self Psychology in Clinical Social Work30. Mirian Sruh Weisberg and Irving Weisberg: Guidelines for Using Transactional Analysis in Clinical Social WorkPart IV: Assessment in Social Work Practice: Knowledge and Skills31. Janet B. W. Williams: Using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Text Revision (DSM-IV-TR)32. Carlton Munson: Guidelines for the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-IV-TR) Multiaxial System Diagnosis33. Cathy King Pike: Developing Client-Focused Measures34. James M. Karls: Person-in-Environment System: Its Essence and Applications35. Kevin Corcoran and Jill Boyer-Quick: How Clinicians Can Effectively Use Assessment Tools to Evidence Medical Necessity and Throughout the Treatment Process36. Sonia G. Austrian: Guidelines for Conducting a Biopsychosocial Assessment37. Sarah J. Lewis and Albert R. Roberts: Crisis Assessment Tools38. Craig Winston LeCroy and Scott Kiyoshi Okamoto: Guidelines for Selecting and Using Assessment Tools with Children39. David W. Springer: Assessment Protocols and Rapid Assessment Instruments with Troubled Adolescents40. Charles D. Cowger and Carol A. Snively: Assessing Client Strengths41. Jacqueline Corcoran: Using Standardized Tests and Instruments in Family AssessmentPart V: Working with Couples and Families42. Monica McGoldrick: Using Genograms to Map Family Patterns43. Froma Walsh: A Family Resilience Framework for Intervention and Prevention44. Catheleen Jordan and Cynthia Franklin: Treatment Planning with Families: An Evidence-Based Approach45. Cynthia Franklin and Catheleen Jordan: Effective Family Therapy: Guidelines for Practice46. Harry J. Aponte: Structural Family Therap. Bookseller Inventory #
Synopsis: This comprehensive resource is the first of its kind in the field of social work. Written by leading scholars and practitioners in the field, it covers the full spectrum of social work practice. Each chapter includes up-to-date information, practice guidelines, and treatment plans necessary for success in today's managed-care environment. Social work practitioners and agency administrators are increasingly confronted with having to do more with less, and to make decisions and provide services as quickly as possible. There is a widespread need for ready access to essential information about effective services and treatment approaches--information that is both reliable and highly accessible. The Social Workers' Desk Reference meets this need for an authoritative sourcebook for social work practitioners. This compelling volume focuses on the needs of frontline practitioners in private, non-profit, and public settings--including case managers, clinical social workers, supervisors, and administrators. Each of the 146 chapters provides key tools and resources, such as best practices, program evaluations, step-by-step treatment plans, and validated assessment scales. It addresses the needs of social workers working in a variety of areas--including assessment and diagnosis, clinical social work, marital and family therapy, community practice, case management, helping vulnerable populations and populations at risk, forensic social work, research, and practice evaluation. Written by expert contributors and guided by a prestigious editorial board, the Social Workers' Desk Reference is not only relevant to, but also a vital resource for practitioners. Just as every medical professional must own a Physicians' Desk Reference, this volume is an indispensable reference for every social worker.
About the Author: Albert R. Roberts is at Rutgers University. Gilbert J. Greene is at Ohio State University.
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