9780205956876

Clinical Social Work Practice An Integrated Approach, Enhanced Pearson eText -- Access Card

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  • Edition: 5th
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  • Copyright: 7/3/2014
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Integrates theory and practice on multiple levels.

 

Developed from the authors’ experiences as practitioners and clinical faculty, Clinical Social Work Practice, 5/e provides students with a method for integrating clinical theories and practice with diverse clients. This student-friendly book addresses assessment within a theoretical framework that considers the use of DSM-V and the mental status exam. Richly diverse case studies, drawn from practice experience, are integrated throughout and show how theory is applied to work with individuals, families, groups, and children and adolescents. To better help students understand the field, the authors’ clinical social work is presented authentically, describing both successes as well as their mistakes.

 

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Author Biography

Dr. Joan Granucci Lesser, PhD, LICW is founder and practicing clinician with The Pioneer Valley Professionals a multidisciplinary mental health practice in Holyoke, MA.  She is also Adjunct Associate Professor at Smith College School for Social Work where she was formerly on the full time faculty and chair of social work practice. Dr. Lesser is the co-author of  Human Behavior and the Social Environment: Theory and Practice as well as a number of book chapters and papers. Dr. Lesser has presented locally, nationally and internationally on a variety of clinical topics, including the treatment of trauma in children, adolescents and the elderly; neurobehavioral disorder such as ADHD and the application of theory to clinical practice with multicultural populations.  Dr. Lesser has co-conducted research related to trauma in Kingston, Jamaica and Guangzhou, China.  Dr. Lesser was the 2012 NASW Ma Chapter recipient of  he award for greatest contribution to social work practice.

 

Dr. Marlene Cooper is Associate Professor at Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service, where she is currently co-chair of the curriculum committee and form chair of the clinical area.  She has a private practice for children and families in East Brunswick,NJ. Dr. Cooper has written numerous articles and book chapters on clinical issues and has presented her work  locally, nationally and internationally.  She and Dr.Lesser shared research projects inJ amaica West Indies and Guanzhou China, where Dr. Cooper also presented on suicide risk assessment.  Dr. Cooper will be teaching in Beijing China this summer at China Youth University, as part of a collaboration with Fordham university. She was an invited member at Sun Yat Sen University task force on migrant health policy.  Dr. Cooper is former President of NASWNJ and an active committee member.

Table of Contents

In this Section:

    I) Brief Table of Contents

    II) Detailed Table of Contents

 


I) Brief Table of Contents

 

Chapter 1. An Integrated Approach to Clinical Practice   

Chapter 2. Key Issues in Clinical Practice   

Chapter 3. The Clinical Interview: The Process of Assessment   

Chapter 4. The Psychosocial Study: The Product of Assessment   

Chapter 5. Multicultural Practice   

Chapter 6. Object Relations Theory: A Relational Psychodynamic Model   

Chapter 7. Self-Psychology: A Relational Psychodynamic Model   

Chapter 8. Relational Theory    

Chapter 9. Cognitive Theory: A Structural Approach   

Chapter 10. Behavior Therapy: A Structural Approach   

Chapter 11. Narrative Therapy   

Chapter 12. Solution-Focused Therapy   

Chapter 13. Trauma

Chapter 14. Clinical Practice with Children and Adolescents   

 

 


 

II) Detailed Table of Contents

 

Chapter 1. An Integrated Approach to Clinical Practice   

Theoretical Base for Clinical Social Work Practice   

The Integrative Model   

 

Chapter 2. Key Issues in Clinical Practice   

Brief Treatment   

Ethics and Boundaries   

The Suicidal Client   

Managed Care   

Therapist Self-Care and Self-Compassion   

 

Chapter 3. The Clinical Interview: The Process of Assessment   

Beginning, Middle, and End Stages of Treatment   

The Therapeutic Relationship   

Transtheoretical Model: The Stages of Change   

The Middle Stage of Treatment—Moving to Contemplation, Preparation, and Ac-tion   

The Ending Phase of Treatment   

         

Chapter 4. The Psychosocial Study: The Product of Assessment   

Preparing the Psychosocial Study   

 

Chapter 5. Multicultural Practice   

Cultural Competence   

Multicultural Clinical Practice   

Multiple dimensions of identities.

Example of Culturally Competent Practice   

Example of Culturally Specific Practice: Research across Cultures   

 

Chapter 6. Object Relations Theory: A Relational Psychodynamic Model   

The Work of Melanie Klein   

The Work of Ronald Fairbairn   

The Work of Harry Guntrip   

The Work of Donald Winnicott   

The Interpersonal School   

Eight Stages in Object Relations Theory and Practice   

Object Relations Theory and Brief Treatment   

Research Perspectives   

 

Chapter 7. Self-Psychology: A Relational Psychodynamic Model   

Self-Psychology as a Theoretical Framework   

Brief Psychotherapy with Women   

         

Chapter 8. Relational Theory    

The Therapeutic Relationship   

 

Chapter 9. Cognitive Theory: A Structural Approach   

History and Definition    

The Therapeutic Relationship   

Rational Emotive Therapy   

Constructive Perspective   

Beck’s Model of Cognitive Therapy   

Schema Therapy   

Cognitive Processing Therapy   

 

Chapter 10. Behavior Therapy: A Structural Approach   

The Three Generations or Three Waves   

Behavioral Assessment   

The Therapeutic Relationship   

Research Perspectives   

 

Chapter 11. Narrative Therapy   

A Postmodern Approach   

The Language of Narrative   

The Structure of Narrative: Narrative as Metaphor   

The Deconstruction of Narrative   

Cross-Cultural Counseling   

Collective Narrative Practice   

Narrative Theater   

Research Perspectives   

 

Chapter 12. Solution-Focused Therapy   

A Postmodern Approach   

The Editorial Reflection    

Postassessment Session and Self-Reflection   

Solution-Oriented Family Assessment   

Crisis Intervention   

Research Perspectives   

 

Chapter 13. Trauma

Definition and types of trauma      

Trauma, attachment and development   

Phases and treatment of trauma    

Trauma theory    

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

 

Chapter 14. Clinical Practice with Children and Adolescents   

Developmental Assessment   

Child Psychopathology   

The Clinical Interview   

Learning Disturbances   

Play Therapy   

Behavioral Therapy   

Narrative Therapy

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