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PART 1: RESEARCH AND HISTORY OF RESILIENCE. 1. "Risk and Resilience Theory: Social Work Practice in a Changing World," Roberta R. Greene. 2. "A Risk and Resilience Perspective: Current Practice," Roberta R. Greene. PART 2: THE REM. 3. "The REM Model: Phase I Assessment," Roberta R. Greene. 4. "The REM Model: Phase II - Practice Strategies," Roberta R. Greene and Kathy Armenta. PART 3: APPLICATIONS OF THE REM: A LIFESPAN APPROACH. 5. "Child Welfare, Resilience, and Kinship Care," Rowena Fong and Nancy Kropf. 6. "At-Risk Youth: Preventing and Retrieving High School Drop Out," Cynthia Franklin, Joann Garner, and Insoo Kim Berg. 7. "Parenting Skills among African-American Mothers and Grandmothers: A Resiliency Perspective," Tamara Estes and Robert Blundo. 8. "Survivorship in the Face of Traumatic Events and Disasters Implications for Social Work Practice," Robert Blundo and Roberta R. Greene. 9. "Resilience in Recovery: How Individuals and Families Address Substance Use Disorders," Mary Margaret Just and Diana M. DiNitto. 10. "WorkPlace Stressors: A Preventive Resilience Approach," Colleen Galambos, Nancy Livingston, and Roberta Greene. 11. "Cultural Narratives, Older Adults, and Resilient Communities," Roberta R. Greene, Harriet L. Cohen, John Gonzalez, Youjung Lee, & Margaret Evans. 12. "Caregiving: A Risk and Resilience Perspective," Joyce G. Riley. 13. "Fostering Resiliency in the Aftermath of Violent Death," Marilyn Armour.

Table of Contents

PREFACE xv
PART I RESEARCH AND HISTORY OF RESILIENCE 1(40)
CHAPTER 1 Risk and Resilience Theory: Social Work Practice in a Changing World
3(22)
Roberta R. Greene
The Risk and Resilience Approach
5(3)
Person-in-Environment: A Changing View
8(2)
Risk and Resilience: A Revolution in Worldview to Evidence-based Education Movement
10(4)
Prevention Science Movement
11(1)
Positive Psychology Movement
12(1)
Health and Wellness Movement
12(2)
The Strengths-based Social Work Movement
14(1)
Resilience: Accompanying Schools of Thought
14(6)
Psychodynamic School
16(1)
Existential Theory
16(3)
Cognitive Theory
19(1)
Systems Theory
19(1)
Social Construction Theory
19(1)
Conclusion
20(1)
Risk and Resilience CD-ROM
20(1)
CASE STUDY: DOMESTIC ABUSE
21(1)
References
21(4)
CHAPTER 2 A Risk and Resilience Perspective: Current Practice
25(16)
Roberta R. Greene
Variable- and Person-Focused Research
26(1)
Three Waves of Resilience Research
26(2)
First Wave Resiliency Research and Practice
28(1)
Second Wave Resiliency Research and Practice
29(6)
Individual Interventions
29(1)
Family Interventions
30(1)
Group Interventions
31(2)
School Interventions
33(1)
Workplace Interventions
34(1)
Community Resilience
35(1)
Third Wave Resiliency Research and Practice
35(1)
Conclusion
36(1)
Risk and Resilience CD-ROM
37(1)
CASE STUDY: WORKING WITH THE HOMELESS
38(1)
References
38(3)
PART 2 THE RESILIENCE-ENHANCING MODEL 41(50)
CHAPTER 3 The REM: Phase I—Assessment
43(24)
Roberta R. Greene
Risk and Resilience Defined
44(1)
Risk
44(1)
Protective Factors
45(1)
Resilience
45(1)
Assessing Risk and Resilience
45(2)
Assessing Stress
47(1)
Assessing Person-in-Environment Fit
48(3)
Assessing Competence Across the Life Span so Assessing Biopsychosocial and Spiritual Functioning
51(5)
Psychological Assessment
51(2)
Social Network Assessment
53(1)
Spiritual Assessment
54(2)
Biological Assessment
56(1)
Assessing Resilience from a Diversity Perspective
56(2)
Assessing Resilience: a Systemic View
58(4)
Family Resilience
58(2)
Schools
60(1)
Workplaces
61(1)
Communities and Societies
61(1)
Societal Resilience
61(1)
Conclusion
62(1)
Risk and Resilience CD-ROM
62(2)
CASE STUDY: ASSESSMENT
63(1)
References
64(3)
CHAPTER 4 The REM: Phase II—Practice Strategies
67(24)
Roberta R. Greene and Kathy Armenta
A New Practice Model: The REM
68(1)
A Resilience-Enhancing Intervention Philosophy
68(1)
REM: Core Social Work Elements
69(2)
Abiding by the Social Work Code of Ethics
69(1)
Adopting the NASW Standards for Cross-Cultural Practice
70(1)
REM: Empirically Based Common Healing Factors
71(1)
Exploring Extratherapeutic Factors
72(1)
Establishing a Professional Relationship
73(1)
Fostering Positive Expectations
74(1)
Selecting Generative Techniques
74(1)
Putting REM Interventions Into Action
74(9)
Acknowledging Client Loss, Vulnerability, and the Future
75(1)
Identifying the Source of and Reaction to Stress
76(1)
Stabilizing or Normalizing the Situation
77(1)
Helping Clients Take Control
78(1)
Providing Resources for Change
78(1)
Promoting Self-Efficacy
78(1)
Collaborating in Self-Change
78(1)
Strengthening Problem-Solving Abilities
79(1)
Addressing Positive Emotions
79(1)
Achieving Creative Expressions
79(1)
Listening to Client Stories
80(1)
Making Meaning of Events
80(1)
Finding the Benefits of Adverse Events
80(1)
Attending to Client Spirituality
81(2)
Transcending the Immediate Situation
83(1)
Interventions With the Family
83(1)
Focusing on the Collective
83(1)
Adopting Culturally Sensitive Adaptive Strategies
83(1)
Building on the Family's Prior Success
84(1)
Developing a Shared View of the Situation
84(1)
Working Out a Shared Solution
84(1)
Evaluating Client Progress or Nonintervention
84(1)
Conclusion
84(2)
Risk and Resilience CD-ROM
86(1)
CASE STUDY: INTERVENTION
86(1)
References
87(4)
PART 3 APPLICATIONS OF THE REM: A LIFE-SPAN APPROACH 91(196)
CHAPTER 5 Child Welfare, Resilience, and Kinship Care
93(22)
Rowena Fong and Nancy Kropf
Theoretical Frameworks
95(2)
Strengths and Resiliency Perspectives
95(1)
Ecological Approach: The Person-in-Environment
96(1)
Systems Theory
96(1)
An Overview of Custodial Grandparents
97(5)
Who Are Grandparents Raising Grandchildren?
97(1)
The Experience of Raising Grandchildren
98(4)
Assessment Issues
102(2)
Resilience and Older Adults
102(1)
Risk Situations
103(1)
Interventions
104(3)
Group Approaches
104(2)
Case Management
106(1)
Institutional Churches
106(1)
Cultural Competence Issues
107(2)
Familial Problems
108(1)
Institutional Problems
108(1)
Culture and Socialization
109(1)
Conclusion
109(1)
Risk and Resilience CD-ROM
109(1)
CASE STUDY: GRANDPARENTS RAISING GRANDCHILDREN
110(1)
References
110(5)
CHAPTER 6 At-Risk Youth: Preventing and Retrieving High School Dropouts
115(23)
Cynthia Franklin, Joann Garner, and Insoo Kim Berg
Assessment
116(3)
Reasons for Dropping Out
117(1)
Protective Factors
118(1)
Alternative Schools
119(4)
Effective Alternative Schools
119(2)
Assumptions That Guide Solution-Focused Alternative Schools
121(2)
Interventions
123(2)
Solution-Building Conversation in a School
123(1)
Establishing Helping Relationships
124(1)
Stages of Solution Building
125(8)
Establishing Rapport and Describing the Problem
126(3)
Developing Well-Formed Goals and Exploring Exceptions
129(2)
Evaluating Progress Through Feedback and Homework
131(2)
Conclusion
133(1)
Risk and Resilience CD-ROM
134(1)
CASE STUDY: SCHOOL DROPOUT
135(1)
References
135(3)
CHAPTER 7 Parenting Skills Among African American Mothers and Grandmothers: A Resiliency Perspective
138(22)
Tamara Estes and Robert Blundo
Assessment Issues of Race, Class, Oppression, and Poverty
140(3)
Traditional Models of Parenting and the Lack of Relevance
143(3)
Resiliency-based Practice with Parents
146(1)
Strengths Perspective
147(1)
A Strengths-based Parenting Group in Public Housing
148(4)
Establishing the Strengths-based Parenting Program
149(1)
Group Structure and Process
149(1)
Implementation of the Group Process and Outreach
150(2)
Results of the Arts and Crafts and Parenting Group From the Perspective of the Group Members
152(1)
The Group's Resiliency-based Model
153(2)
Conclusion
155(1)
Risk and Resilience CD-ROM
156(2)
CASE STUDY: PARENTING
157(1)
References
158(2)
CHAPTER 8 Survivorship in the Face of Traumatic Events and Disasters: Implications for Social Work Practice
160(17)
Robert Blundo and Roberta R. Greene
The Focus of Trauma Work and Conflict in the Field
162(2)
Children and Families in War-Torn or Violent Communities
164(1)
Survivorship: A Philosophy of Intervention
165(3)
Assessment
168(1)
Practitioner Orientation
168(1)
Mutual Helping
168(1)
Patterns of Neglect
168(1)
Cultural Solutions
169(1)
Intervention
169(3)
Strengths-based Solution-Focused Practice
169(2)
Interventions at Various Systems Levels
171(1)
Planning and Community Organizing for Response to Disastrous Events
172(1)
Conclusion
173(1)
Risk and Resilience CD-ROM
174(1)
CASE STUDY: SURVIVING NATURAL DISASTERS
174(1)
References
175(2)
CHAPTER 9 Resilience in Recovery: How Individuals and Families Address Substance Use Disorders
177(19)
Mary Margaret Just and Diana M. DiNitto
Developing Chemical Dependency
178(4)
Chemical Dependence: The Extent of the Risk
179(2)
Getting Clean and Sober
181(1)
Engagement
182(1)
Assessment
183(1)
Planning and Intervention
184(8)
Prevention and Brief Interventions
184(2)
Residential Treatment
186(1)
Self-Help Programs
187(1)
Approaches for Women
188(1)
Help for Families and Friends
188(1)
Medications and Treatment for Co-occurring Problems
189(1)
Spirituality in Recovery
190(1)
Culture, Race, and Ethnicity
191(1)
Conclusion
192(1)
Risk and Resilience CD-ROM
192(2)
CASE STUDY: SUBSTANCE ABUSE
193(1)
References
194(2)
CHAPTER 10 Workplace Stressors: A Preventive Resilience Approach
196(21)
Colleen Galambos, Nancy Livingston, and Roberta Greene
Scope of Occupational Social Work Practice
197(1)
Workplace Stressors: A Historical Perspective
198(2)
Assessment
200(4)
Ecological Perspective and Multisystemic Stressors
200(1)
Meaning of Work
201(1)
Wellness in the Workplace
202(2)
Workplace Stressors and Work—Family Role Strain
204(1)
Resilience-Enhancing Interventions
204(9)
Preventive Interventions
204(1)
Family-Friendly Policy Interventions
205(1)
Outreach Programs
206(1)
The Point of Entry
206(3)
The Relationship
209(1)
Trauma on the Job
210(1)
Recovery Programs
211(1)
Systems Difficulties and Administrative Interventions
211(2)
Conclusion
213(1)
Risk and Resilience CD-ROM
213(1)
CASE STUDY: WORKPLACE STRESS
214(1)
References
214(3)
CHAPTER 11 Cultural Narratives, Older Adults, and Resilient Communities
217(22)
Roberta R. Greene, Harriet L. Cohen, John Gonzalez, Youjung Lee, and Margaret Evans
The Narrative: A Source of Community History
219(5)
Structural Dimensions of Resilience
220(1)
Sociocultural Dimension of Resilience
221(1)
Interpersonal Dimensions of Resilience
222(1)
Personal Dimensions of Resilience
223(1)
Using the Narrative Approach
223(1)
Older Adults: People who make a difference
224(1)
Community Perspectives
225(3)
Community Characteristics
226(1)
Social Work and Community Building
227(1)
Community Assessment
228(5)
Older Adults as Community Assets
229(2)
Gathering Information About a Community
231(2)
Interventions for Community Building
233(1)
Conclusion
234(1)
Risk and Resilience CD-ROM
235(1)
CASE STUDY: OVERCOMING OPPRESSION
235(1)
References
236(3)
CHAPTER 12 Caregiving: A Risk and Resilience Perspective
239(24)
Joyce G. Riley
Caregiving: A Social Health Issue
242(2)
Assessing Risks and Well-Being in Caregiving
244(2)
Individual Concerns
244(2)
Family Issues
246(1)
Interventions to Foster Resiliency Among Primary Caregivers
246(2)
Discovering Benefits
246(1)
Exploring Spirituality
247(1)
Tapping Positive Emotions
248(1)
Making Meaning
248(1)
Interventions to Foster Resiliency Among Family Caregivers
248(7)
Family Systems Approaches
249(2)
Family Stress Theory
251(4)
Group and Community-based Interventions
255(2)
Group Interventions
255(1)
Respite Care
256(1)
Adult Day Care
257(1)
Conclusion
257(1)
Risk and Resilience CD-ROM
258(2)
CASE STUDY: CAREGIVING
259(1)
References
260(3)
CHAPTER 13 Fostering Resiliency in the Aftermath of Violent Death
263(24)
Marilyn Armour
Scope of the Issue
264(1)
Recognizing and Assessing Complicated Bereavement
265(3)
Assessing Obstacles to Overcoming Violent Death
268(6)
Motor Vehicle Fatalities
268(2)
Suicide
270(3)
Homicide
273(1)
The Meaning of Resilience
274(1)
Interventions to Increase Resilience
275(5)
Early Trauma Interventions
275(1)
Self-Soothing Techniques
276(1)
Cognitive Techniques
277(1)
Normalizing Responses
277(1)
Meaning-Making Interventions
277(2)
Social Support Interventions
279(1)
Family Interventions
279(1)
Community Support
280(1)
Conclusion
280(1)
Risk and Resilience CD-ROM
281(1)
CASE STUDY: SURVIVORS OF VIOLENCE
281(1)
References
282(5)
NAME INDEX 287(6)
SUBJECT INDEX 293


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