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Clinical Social Work Practice : An Integrated Approach

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3rd
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9780205408115

ISBN10:
0205408117
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/2008
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Allyn & Bacon
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Summary

The NEW EDITION of this primary text for advanced clinical practice courses at the core of the MSW curriculum teaches students how to integrate theory and practice on multiple levels. Highlights of the New Edition: Chapters 6-12 present clinical illustrations through the lenses of specific theoretical models, beginning with a detailed discussion of a theory and moving to assessment and treatment within that conceptual framework. Dialogue illustrates how theory guides practice. Models of intervention are covered in seven chapters (Chapters 7-13). Each chapter presents a clinical illustration of an individual, family, or group and examines them using a specific theoretical model. Reviewer reactions to Clinical Social Work Practice: ";I feel the authors do a fine job in the presentation of the material. The book is interesting, well written, and engaging. The authors succeeded in keeping my attention throughout the text."; Robert H. Keefe, Syracuse University ";The core of the various psychologies and their application to clients is presented quite well."; Carole A. Winston, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Don't Miss This Special Value Pack Option: The Career Center Do your students need help transitioning from being a student to becoming a professional? With The Career Center, they can register to receive eight 30-minute career counseling sessions-a total of four hours of career consultant time! The Career Center is designed to address the wide range of preparation and life stages of individuals who are attempting to develop their careers. Qualified career specialists advise students as they establish, or reestablish, themselves in today's competitive global economy. The Career Center-a $25 value-is FREE to your students when you order it packaged with any new Allyn & Bacon Social Work textbook. Visit www.ablongman.com/careercenter for more information. Casebook for Clinical Social Work Practice: An Integrative Approach (ISBN: 0-205-44200-5) -by Dr. Manny Gonzalez, Fordham University. Available Fall 2004! Contact your local Allyn & Bacon representative and request special packaging codes to take advantage of this great offer.

Table of Contents

Preface xv
Acknowledgments xix
1 An Integrated Approach to Clinical Practice
1(13)
Theoretical Base for Clinical Social Work Practice
1(1)
The Integrative Model
2(10)
The Practice Class as Laboratory
2(1)
The Integrative Journal
2(6)
Clinical Supervision: The Learning Alliance
8(2)
Faculty Field Advisement
10(1)
Evidence-Based Practice
11(1)
Summary
12(1)
Learning Assignment
12(1)
References
13(1)
2 Key Issues in Clinical Practice
14(14)
Brief Treatment
14(3)
Research Perspectives
14(1)
Models of Brief Treatment
15(1)
The First Meeting
15(1)
The Working Relationship
16(1)
Selection Criteria
16(1)
Ethics and Boundaries
17(1)
Sexual Relationships with Clients
17(1)
Other Dual Relationships
17(1)
The Suicidal Client
18(3)
Guidelines for Assessing Suicide
19(1)
Providing Safety
20(1)
Child and Adolescent Suicide
20(1)
Managed Care
21(2)
Ethical Dilemmas under Managed Care
21(1)
Confidentiality and Technology: HIPAA
22(1)
Opportunities under Managed Care
23(1)
Therapist Self-Care
23(2)
Summary
25(1)
Learning Assignments
25(1)
References
25(3)
3 The Clinical Interview: The Process of Assessment
28(17)
Beginning, Middle, and End Stages of Treatment
28(3)
The First Meeting
28(1)
Introductions
29(1)
Why Is the Client Here?
29(1)
Confidentiality
30(1)
Answering Personal Questions
30(1)
The Therapeutic Relationship
31(3)
Transference and Countertransference
32(1)
The Real Relationship and the Working Alliance
32(1)
Resistance
33(1)
Using These Concepts in Practice
33(1)
The Case of Dan-The Beginning
34(3)
The Middle Stage of Treatment
37(4)
Middle Phase Treatment Issues
39(2)
The Ending Phase of Treatment
41(2)
Ending with Dan
42(1)
Summary
43(1)
Learning Assignments
44(1)
References
44(1)
4 The Psychosocial Study: The Product of Assessment
45(19)
Preparing the Psychosocial Study
45(8)
A Psychosocial Model Outline
45(8)
A Sample Psychosocial Study: The Case of Vincent, Age 7, a Traumatized Child
53(8)
Summary
61(1)
Learning Assignments
62(1)
References
62(2)
5 Cross-Cultural Practice
64(18)
Racial Identity Development
64(1)
Which Psychotherapeutic Models Work Best?
65(1)
Cross-Cultural Assessment
66(12)
Ten Elements of Cross-Cultural Practice
66(1)
Clinical Example of Culturally Competent Practice
67(5)
Clinical Example of Culturally Specific Practice
72(6)
Summary
78(1)
Learning Assignments
79(1)
References
79(3)
6 Object Relations Theory: A Relational Psychodynamic Model
82(16)
The Work of Melanie Klein
82(2)
The Internal Object: The Subjective Experience
82(1)
Splitting and Projective Identification
83(1)
The Internal Object and Child Abuse
83(1)
The Internal Object and Internalized Oppression
83(1)
The Work of Ronald Fairbairn
84(1)
The Internalized Bad Object: The Environmental Influence
84(1)
Introjection and Self-Blame
84(1)
Trauma Bonding
84(1)
The Work of Harry Guntrip
85(1)
The Internalized Good Object
85(1)
Object Loss and Ego Weakness
85(1)
The Work of Donald Winnicott
86(1)
The Internal Object(s) and Interpersonal Relationships
86(1)
The Transitional Object
86(1)
The Interpersonal School
86(1)
The Significance of the Therapeutic Relationship
86(1)
Object Relations Theory and Brief Treatment
87(8)
Case Example: Object Relational Therapy
87(8)
Research Perspectives
95(1)
Summary
95(1)
Learning Assignments
96(1)
References
96(2)
7 Self Psychology: A Relational Psychodynamic Model
98(15)
Self Psychology as a Theoretical Framework
98(2)
Empathy
99(1)
The Role of the Therapist in Self Psychology
99(1)
Self Psychology and Brief Treatment
100(11)
Case Example: Brief Treatment of an Individual from a Self Psychological Perspective
101(10)
Summary
111(1)
Learning Assignments
111(1)
References
111(2)
8 The Psychology of Women
113(15)
Historical Perspective
113(2)
Self-in-Relation Theory
115(2)
Mutual Empathy
115(1)
Relationship Authenticity
116(1)
Relationship Differentiation
116(1)
Self-Empathy
117(1)
The Therapeutic Relationship
117(2)
Self-in-Relation Theory and Women's Groups
119(6)
Group Example: Women's Support Group-New Connections
120(5)
Summary
125(1)
Learning Assignments
125(1)
References
125(3)
9 Cognitive Theory: A Structural Approach
128(21)
History and Definition
128(1)
The Therapeutic Relationship
128(3)
Client Characteristics
129(1)
A Structured Approach
130(1)
Rational Emotive Therapy
131(2)
The ABCs of RET
131(1)
Frequent Disturbances in Thinking
132(1)
Beck's Model of Cognitive Therapy
133(6)
Testing of Automatic Thoughts
136(3)
Techniques in Practice
139(7)
Case Example: Cognitive Treatment for Anxiety
139(7)
Summary
146(1)
Learning Assignments
146(1)
References
147(2)
10 Behavior Therapy: A Structural Approach 149(13)
Definition
149(1)
Behavioral Assessment
150(1)
The Therapeutic Relationship
150(10)
Cognitive Behavior Therapy
151(5)
Case Example: A Behavioral Approach to Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
156(4)
Summary
160(1)
Learning Assignments
160(1)
References
160(2)
11 Narrative Therapy: A Postmodern Approach 162(18)
Constructivism as a Conceptual Framework for Narrative Therapy
162(1)
The Language of Narrative
163(1)
The Structure of Narrative: Narrative as Metaphor
163(1)
The Deconstruction of Narrative
164(1)
Externalizing Conversations
165(1)
Therapeutic Strategies
165(4)
Reauthoring
166(1)
Positions
167(1)
Definitional Ceremony
168(1)
Therapeutic Documents
168(1)
Cross-Cultural Counseling
169(7)
Case Example: The G. Family
169(7)
Research Perspectives
176(1)
Summary
176(1)
Learning Assignments
177(1)
References
178(2)
12 Solution-Focused Therapy: A Postmodern Approach 180(13)
The Editorial Reflection
182(1)
Post-Assessment Session and Self-Reflection
182(1)
Solution-Oriented Family Assessment
183(7)
Interdisciplinary Collaboration
185(1)
Solution-Focused Strategies
185(1)
Case Example: Initial Meeting with the Drew Family
186(4)
Research Perspectives
190(1)
Summary
191(1)
Learning Assignments
191(1)
References
191(2)
13 Clinical Practice with Children and Adolescents 193(14)
Developmental Assessment
193(1)
Child Psychopathology
194(1)
The Clinical Interview
195(1)
With the Parent(s)
195(1)
With the Child or Adolescent
195(1)
Learning Disturbances
196(1)
Play Therapy
197(3)
Case Example
198(2)
Behavioral Therapy
200(1)
Case Examples
200(4)
Summary
204(1)
Learning Assignments
205(1)
References
205(2)
14 Integrating Research and Practice 207(22)
Quantitative Research Methods for Clinical Practitioners
207(5)
Single-System Design Methodology
207(5)
Qualitative Research
212(1)
How Knowledge Is Constructed
213(8)
The Researcher as Instrument
213(1)
Data Collection and Data Analysis
214(1)
Case Example
214(7)
Summary
221(1)
Learning Assignments
222(1)
References
222(7)
Index 229


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