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Over the past 30 years, findings in the neurosciences have grown exponentially and have provided a profound understanding of the link between behavior and biology. Although the Social Work community has long taken pride in using a bio-psycho-social-spiritual (BPSS) framework in conceptualization and intervention, the biological aspect of this BPSS framework has been sorely missing. Neuroscience and Social Work Practice provides the critical missing link. Introducing the latest neuroscience research, it gives practitioners essential data-in an easily accessible form-with which to take on the challenges of increasingly complex human problems and diagnoses. Key Features Takes readers on a 'útour of the brain'Ě and makes dense scientific material more engaging¬† Provides a framework for how human service professionals can understand and implement neuroscience clinical data with the use of the Transactional Model Uses case vignettes to explain how neuroscience findings have been applied to specific practice situations Offers a deeper understanding of the links between neuroscience research and social work in such areas as trauma, attachment, psychotherapy, substance abuse, and the effects of psychotropic medicationsIntended Audience This cutting-edge text is indispensable for practitioners in the human services field and is an essential supplement for upper-level undergraduate or graduate students of courses in Human Behavior in the Social Environment and Social Work Direct Practice as well as courses on Interpersonal Practice with Individuals, Children, and Families.
Table of Contents
|Linking to the Neuroscientific Revolution|
|What's Neuroscience, in a Nutshell?|
|Tour of the Brain|
|Selected Geographical Features|
|Neuroscience as Link: Transactional Model|
|Linking to Social Work: Attaching and Bonding|
|Attachment Theory: Bowlby's Missing Link|
|Bonding (and Oxytocin)|
|Linking to Social Work: Trauma|
|Increase Reliance on Science-Based Explanations|
|Incidence and Severity of Problems Linked to Trauma|
|Darryl: The Quest for Better Social Work Practice|
|A Neurodevelopmental View|
|A Multidimensional View|
|Deeper Than It Need Be|
|Linking to Social Work: Psychotherapy|
|Linking to Social Work: Psychotropic Medications and Drugs of Abuse|
|Psychotropic Medications That Help|
|Drugs That Hurt|
|Transactional Model Revisited|
|Appendix: Teaching Suggestions|
|About the Author|
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