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Social Work in Mental Health : An Evidence-Based Approach

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Summary

This new text from the editors of the classic Handbook of Empirical Social Work Practice draws upon the significant advances in research over the last several years. Featuring contributions from leading social work scholars, each chapter examines evidence-based approaches to the full spectrum of mental disorders as classified by the DSM.

Author Biography

BRUCE A. THYER, PHD, is a Professor of Social Work at Florida State University. His research has focused on evidence-based practice, evaluation research, behavior analysis, social work theory, and clinical social work. He has cowritten or coauthored over twenty books, including, most recently, A Social Worker's Guide to Evaluating Practice Outcomes, Program Evaluation: An Introduction, Fourth Edition, and International Perspectives on Evidence-based Practice in Social Work.

JOHN S. WODARSKI, PHD,is Director of Research and Professor of Social Work at the University of Tennessee. He has coedited or coauthored over twenty books, including the Handbook of Violence, Essentials of Child Welfare, and The Social Work and Human Services Treatment Planner, all published by Wiley.

Table of Contents

Contributors xxiii
Preface xxvii
Evidence-Based Social Work: An Overview
1(28)
Bruce A. Thyer
Overview of the Problem
1(6)
First Principles
7(16)
There Is an Objective Reality
7(1)
Psychosocial Phenomena Are a Part of That Reality
8(2)
Knowledge of Psychosocial Phenomena Can Be Arrived At
10(2)
Scientific Inquiry Is the Most Reliable Way to Arrive at Valid Knowledge
12(3)
There Are Some Good Methods to Measure Psychosocial Phenomena
15(2)
There Are Some Empirically Supported Interventions
17(1)
We Have a Professional Obligation to Apply This Knowledge
18(1)
We Have a Professional Obligation to Empirically Evaluate the Outcomes of Our Interventions
19(3)
We Have a Professional Obligation to Promote Evidence-Based Practice
22(1)
Summary
23(1)
Study Questions
24(1)
References
25(4)
Part I Disorders Usually First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence
29(126)
Mental Retardation
31(22)
John Gerdtz
Susan Gerdtz
Overview of the Problem
31(1)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
32(6)
Future Terminology
36(1)
General Characteristics of Persons with Mental Retardation
36(2)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
38(4)
Self-Report Methods
38(3)
Behavioral Assessment
41(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
42(6)
Individual Therapies
42(3)
Family Interventions
45(2)
Community Interventions
47(1)
Summary
48(1)
Study Questions
48(1)
References
49(4)
Autistic Disorder
53(22)
Claire J. Calohan
Colin M. Peeler
Overview of the Problem
53(2)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
55(2)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
57(3)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
60(8)
Individual Therapies
60(5)
Marital, Couple, and Family Therapies
65(3)
Summary
68(1)
Study Questions
68(1)
References
69(6)
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
75(22)
David R. Dupper
Joy B. Musick
Overview of the Problem
75(3)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
78(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
79(3)
Structured Teacher and Student Interviews
80(1)
Rating Scales
80(2)
Direct Observations
82(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
82(6)
Behavioral Parent Training
84(1)
Classroom Applications of Contingency Management Techniques
85(3)
Summary
88(2)
Study Questions
90(1)
Appendix
90(2)
Internet Resources
90(1)
Model Programs
91(1)
Suggested Readings for Professionals
92(1)
Suggested Readings for Parents and Other Caregivers
93(1)
References
94(3)
Conduct Disorder
97(20)
Carolyn Hilarski
Overview of the Problem
97(1)
Operational Definition of the Problem
98(4)
Additional Specifiers
98(1)
Comorbidity
99(1)
Prevalence
100(1)
Cost
100(1)
Implications for Social Work
101(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
102(2)
Person Interviews or Self-Reports
102(1)
Collaterals
103(1)
Family Assessment
103(1)
School Functioning
103(1)
Physiological Evaluation
103(1)
Diagnostic Formulation
104(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
104(6)
Individual Therapy
104(1)
Child- and Parent-Focused and School-Based Interventions
105(1)
Child-Focused and School-Based
105(1)
Group Therapies
106(1)
Family Therapy
107(1)
Multisystemic Therapy
108(1)
Community Interventions
108(2)
Summary
110(1)
Study Questions
110(1)
References
111(6)
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
117(16)
Lisa A. Rapp-Paglicci
Overview of the Problem
117(2)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
119(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
119(3)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
122(5)
Individual Interventions
122(1)
Group Interventions
123(1)
Family Interventions
123(3)
Community and Multifaceted Programs
126(1)
Summary
127(1)
Study Questions
128(1)
References
129(4)
Pica
133(22)
Irma A. Molina
Matthew T. Theriot
Catherine N. Dulmus
Operational Definitions of the Problem
133(1)
Overview of the Problem
134(5)
Prevalence and Characteristics among Children
134(1)
Prevalence and Characteristics among Women
135(3)
Prevalence and Characteristics among the Developmentally and Intellectually Disabled
138(1)
Social and Financial Costs
139(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
139(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
140(8)
Overcorrection Procedure
140(1)
Negative Practice (Mild Punishment)
141(1)
Brief Physical Restraint
142(1)
Noncontingent Reinforcement
143(1)
Differential Reinforcement of Incompatible Behavior
144(1)
Discrimination Training with Punishment Component
145(1)
A Combination of Noncontingent Reinforcement and Differential Reinforcement of Alternative Behavior
145(1)
Simplified Habit Reversal
146(1)
Use of Social Interactions without Aversive Stimuli
146(1)
Use of a Comprehensive Treatment Package
147(1)
Iron Therapy and Vitamin Supplement
148(1)
Summary
148(2)
Study Questions
150(1)
References
150(5)
Part II Substance-Related Disorders
155(94)
Alcohol Abuse
157(26)
Nancy J. Smyth
Charles D. Syms
Operational Definitions of the Problem
157(4)
Moderate and Risky or Heavy Drinking
157(1)
Alcohol-Related Disorders
158(1)
People with Alcohol Problems
159(1)
Prevalence, Incidence, and Social and Financial Costs
159(1)
Relevance of Social Work's Involvement
160(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
161(5)
Structured Clinical Interviews
161(1)
Computerized Assessment Methods
162(1)
Self-Report Methods
162(1)
Screening and Diagnostic Measures
163(3)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
166(9)
Individual Therapies
168(1)
Group Therapies
169(2)
Marital and Family Therapies
171(3)
Community Interventions
174(1)
Summary
175(1)
Study Questions
175(1)
References
176(7)
Cannabis-Related Disorders
183(18)
Melissa Radey
Laura Hopson
Overview of the Problem
183(3)
Prevalence and Incidence
183(1)
Social and Financial Costs
184(1)
Social Work Involvement
185(1)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
186(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
187(5)
The Culture Surrounding Marijuana Use
187(1)
Marijuana Use and Adolescence
188(1)
Overview of Assessment Instruments
188(1)
Diagnostic Interviews
189(1)
Assessment Specific to Cannabis
190(1)
Biological Assessment Measures
191(1)
Computerized Assessment Methods
192(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
192(4)
Individual Therapies
193(1)
Pharmacological Interventions
193(1)
Group Therapies
194(1)
Family Therapies
194(1)
Community Interventions
195(1)
Summary
196(1)
Study Questions
196(1)
References
197(4)
Cocaine-Related Disorders
201(28)
Patrick S. Bordnick
Hilary L. Copp
Bruce A. Thyer
Overview of the Problem
201(2)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
203(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
204(4)
Self-Report Methods
204(2)
Behavioral Assessment
206(1)
Physiological Measures
207(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
208(12)
Individual Therapies
209(9)
Group Therapies
218(1)
Community Interventions
219(1)
Summary
220(2)
Study Questions
222(1)
References
222(7)
Opioid-Related Disorders
229(20)
Laura Hopson
Melissa Radey
Overview of the Problem
229(2)
Prevalence and Incidence
229(1)
Social and Financial Costs
230(1)
Social Work Involvement
230(1)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
231(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
232(6)
Structured Clinical Interviews
233(1)
Screening Questionnaires
234(2)
Assessment Specific to Opioids
236(1)
Physiological Measures
237(1)
Computerized Assessment Methods
238(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
238(5)
Individual Therapies
239(1)
Pharmacological Interventions
240(1)
Group Therapies
241(1)
Couples and Family Therapies
241(1)
Community Interventions
242(1)
Summary
243(1)
Study Questions
243(1)
References
244(5)
Part III Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders
249(38)
Schizophrenia
251(36)
Kia J. Bentley
Joseph Walsh
A. Suzanne Boyd
Melissa Floyd Taylor
Overview of the Problem
251(1)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
252(4)
Prevalence, Incidence, Social and Economic Costs
254(1)
Relevance of Social Work Involvement
255(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
256(7)
Instruments Used in Research Studies
256(1)
Symptom Measures for Use in Clinical Settings
257(2)
Scales Measuring Quality of Life
259(1)
Social Functioning Scales
260(1)
Assessing the Adverse Effects of Medication
261(2)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
263(15)
Individual Interventions
264(3)
Family Approaches and Group Therapies
267(2)
Community Interventions
269(9)
Summary
278(1)
Study Questions
279(1)
References
280(7)
Part IV Mood Disorders
287(42)
Major Depressive Disorder
289(18)
Michael J. Holosko
Nansy Jean-Baptiste
Trang Le
Allison Eaton
Lisa Power
Overview of the Problem
289(3)
Gender Differences
290(1)
Ethnic Minority Issues
291(1)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
292(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
293(2)
Self-Report Methods and Other Administered Interview Guides
293(1)
Self-Report Interviews and Self-Administered Methods
294(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
295(7)
Biological and Biochemical Interventions
295(1)
Combination Therapies
296(1)
Individual Therapies
296(2)
Group Therapies
298(2)
Marital, Couple, and Family Therapies
300(1)
Community Interventions
301(1)
Summary
302(1)
Study Questions
302(1)
References
303(4)
Dysthymic Disorder
307(22)
Michael J. Holosko
Trang Le
Nancy Jean-Baptiste
Lisa Power
Allison Eaton
Overview of the Problem
307(4)
Prevalence
308(1)
Social Impairment
309(1)
Lost Productivity and Economic Costs
310(1)
Treatment Costs
310(1)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
311(2)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
313(3)
Self-Report Instruments
314(1)
Observer-Rating Scales
314(1)
Semistructured Interviews
315(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
316(7)
Individual Interventions
316(5)
Couples Therapy
321(1)
Group Interventions
322(1)
Community Interventions
322(1)
Summary
323(1)
Study Questions
323(1)
References
324(5)
Part V Anxiety Disorders
329(72)
Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia
331(20)
Joseph A. Himle
Daniel J. Fischer
Laura M. Lokers
Overview of the Problem
331(2)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
333(2)
Clinical Interview
333(1)
Clinician-Rated and Self-Report Measures
334(1)
Behavioral Avoidance Test
335(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
335(9)
Real-Life Exposure to External Cues
335(1)
Exposure to Internal Cues (Interoceptive Exposure)
336(2)
Cognitive Therapy
338(2)
Anxiety Management Techniques
340(4)
Summary
344(2)
Study Questions
346(1)
References
346(5)
Agoraphobia without History of Panic Disorder
351(26)
Bruce M. Hyman
Overview of the Problem
352(1)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
352(4)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
356(2)
Semistructured Diagnostic Interviews
356(1)
Unstructured Clinical Interviews
357(1)
Self-Report Measures
358(1)
Behavioral Avoidance Tests
358(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
358(10)
In Vivo Exposure: Overcoming Fear of External Situations
359(2)
Interoceptive Exposure: Overcoming Fear of Internal Sensations
361(1)
Typical Problems
362(1)
Cognitive Strategies
363(3)
Self-Regulation Strategies Reconceptualized
366(1)
Spouse or Significant Other Involvement in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
367(1)
Summary
368(3)
Study Questions
371(1)
References
372(5)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
377(24)
Barbara Van Noppen
Joseph A. Himle
Gail Steketee
Overview of the Problem
377(3)
Prevalence
377(1)
Financial and Social Costs
378(2)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
380(2)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
382(4)
Structured Clinical Interviews
383(2)
Self-Report Measures
385(1)
Observational Measures
386(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
386(6)
Individual Behavioral Treatment
386(2)
Cognitive Interventions
388(2)
Biological Interventions
390(1)
Group Interventions
391(1)
Family Interventions
391(1)
Summary
392(1)
Study Questions
393(1)
References
393(8)
Part VI Sexual Disorders
401(56)
Sexual Desire and Arousal Disorders
403(24)
Sophia F. Dziegielewski
Barbara F. Turnage
Gary Dick
Cheryl Resnick-Cortes
Operational Definitions of the Problem
403(4)
Sexual Desire Disorders
405(2)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
407(7)
Assessment Scales and Methods
411(3)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
414(8)
Sexual Desire Disorders
415(2)
Sexual Arousal Disorders
417(3)
Combination Approaches
420(1)
Sexual Dysfunction among Gay Men
421(1)
Summary
422(1)
Study Questions
423(1)
References
423(4)
Orgasmic Disorders
427(30)
Sophia F. Dziegielewski
George Jacinto
Gary Dick
Cheryl Resnick-Cortes
Overview of the Problem
427(1)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
428(7)
Sexual Development
428(2)
Defining Sexual Dysfunctions
430(1)
Prevalence Estimates of Sexual Dysfunction
430(1)
Prevalence Estimates of Male Orgasmic Disorders
431(1)
Prevalence Estimates of Female Orgasmic Disorders
432(1)
Categories of Orgasmic Disorders
432(1)
Anorgasmia
433(1)
Premature Ejaculation
434(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
435(6)
Assessment Scales
437(3)
Special Considerations in Assessment
440(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
441(9)
Anorgasmic Disorders
442(5)
Premature Ejaculation
447(3)
Summary
450(2)
Study Questions
452(1)
References
452(5)
Part VII Eating Disorders
457(26)
Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge Eating Disorder
459(24)
Laura L. Myers
Overview of the Problem
459(1)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
460(5)
Bulimia Nervosa
460(1)
Anorexia Nervosa
461(1)
Atypical Eating Disorder
462(1)
Binge Eating Disorder
463(1)
Prevalence
463(1)
Prognosis
464(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
465(3)
Structured Clinical Interviews
465(1)
Self-Report Questionnaires
466(1)
Computerized Assessment Methods
467(1)
Observational Methods
468(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Treating Bulimia Nervosa
468(4)
Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment
468(1)
Advanced Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Research
469(1)
Interpersonal Psychotherapy
470(1)
Nutrition Therapy
470(1)
Pharmacological Treatment
471(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Treating Anorexia Nervosa
472(4)
Behavior Therapy
472(1)
Behavioral Family Therapy
473(1)
Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment
473(1)
Pharmacological Treatment
474(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Treating Binge Eating Disorders
474(1)
Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment
474(1)
Interpersonal Psychotherapy
475(1)
Behavioral Weight Loss Treatment
475(1)
Pharmacological Treatment
476(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Treating Atypical Eating Disorders
476(1)
Summary
476(1)
Study Questions
477(1)
References
477(6)
Part VIII Personality Disorders
483(42)
Antisocial Personality Disorder
485(18)
Carolyn Hilarski
Overview of the Problem
485(2)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
487(2)
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders IV Criteria
487(1)
Prevalence
488(1)
Cost
488(1)
Implications for Social Work
488(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
489(2)
Self-Report Methods
489(1)
Semistructured Assessment
490(1)
Multidimensional Structured Interview
491(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
491(5)
Treatment Prognosis
491(1)
Pharmacological Treatments
492(1)
Individual Therapies
493(1)
Group Therapies
493(1)
Community Prevention and Intervention Models
494(1)
Family Therapies
494(2)
Summary
496(1)
Study Questions
496(1)
References
497(6)
Borderline Personality Disorder
503(22)
Andre Ivanoff
Jennifer Manuel
Henry Schmidt III
Overview of the Problem
503(1)
Operational Definitions of the Problem
504(2)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Assessment
506(3)
Self-Report Methods
506(3)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
509(9)
Psychopharmacological Treatments
509(1)
Individual Therapies
510(5)
Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytic Therapies
515(1)
Cognitive Therapy
516(1)
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
516(1)
Marital/Couple/Family Therapies
517(1)
Summary
518(1)
Study Questions
518(1)
References
519(6)
Part IX Conclusions
525(20)
The Role for Social Workers in the Managed Health Care System: A Model for Evidence-Based Practice
527(18)
Kimberly J. Long
Lindsay Homesley
John S. Wodarski
Overview of the Problem
527(1)
Managed Health Care
528(1)
Psychosocial Treatment Configuration
529(3)
Worker and Client Characteristics
530(1)
Professionals versus Paraprofessionals
531(1)
Worker Characteristics
531(1)
Treatment Components
532(1)
Length of Therapy
532(1)
Behavior Acquisition
533(1)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Intervention
533(2)
Evidence-Based Approaches to Treatment
535(1)
Implementation of Change Strategy: Level of Intervention
536(2)
Macrolevel Intervention
537(1)
Relapse Prevention
538(1)
Analysis of Social Work Practice: Economic Perspective
539(1)
Cost Analysis
539(1)
Cost Benefits
539(1)
Cost Effectiveness
540(1)
Evaluation Summary
540(1)
Profiling the Clinical Social Worker
541(1)
Study Questions
541(1)
References
542(3)
Author Index 545(32)
Subject Index 577


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