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Donna Saia Pope, L.C.S.W. is currently an Adjunct Lecturer at New York University’s Silver School of Social Work. She was previously a member of the faculty of the Mercy College Social Work Program, where she developed and taught the Human Behavior and the Social Environment course sequence and served as Coordinator of Field Education. She received her M.S.W. from Hunter College of the City University of New York. Ms. Pope’s varied background in social work practice includes having served as Director of the Social Work Department at an urban health care setting in New York City, and as a private clinical practitioner and consultant. Her experience in clinical practice, social work administration, and program development spans several fields of practice, including substance abuse, eating disorders, developmental disabilities, medical social work and aging.
CHAPTER 2 Neurobiological Underpinnings of Human Development
CHAPTER 3 Theories of Development
CHAPTER 4 Identity Development
CHAPTER 5 The Family in Society
CHAPTER 6 Group-Work Practice
CHAPTER 7 Communities and Organizations
CHAPTER 8 Spiritual Development by Carolyn Jacobs, M.S.W., Ph. D.
CHAPTER 9 Infancy
CHAPTER 10 Early Childhood: The Toddler and Early School Years
CHAPTER 11 Middle Childhood
CHAPTER 12 Adolescence
CHAPTER 13 Early Adulthood
CHAPTER 14 Middle Adulthood
CHAPTER 15 Diversity in Older Adulthood by Ann Roy, Ph. D.
CHAPTER 16 Trauma and Development
CHAPTER 17 Chronic Illness and Disability
CHAPTER 18 Social Policy Through the Life Cycle by Joyce E. Everett, Ph. D.