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The Social Work Skills Workbook

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780534338756

ISBN10:
0534338755
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/25/1995
Publisher(s):
Brooks Cole

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Summary

Using this practical workbook, you'll get an opportunity to practice all the steps important to social work practice. You'll find case examples and situations that clearly illustrate the essential skill of generalist social work practice, dozens of summaries and skill-building exercises, and much more

Table of Contents

Introduction
1(11)
Social Work Skills
3(2)
Essential Qualities
5(3)
Empathy
6(1)
Respect
7(1)
Authenticity
8(1)
Additional Essential Qualities
8(3)
Self-Understanding
8(1)
Self-Control
9(1)
Understanding of Social Work Values, Ethics, and Obligations
10(1)
Professional Knowledge
10(1)
Responsible Assertiveness
11(1)
Summary
11(1)
Self-Understanding
12(41)
The Family: Context for Development of Self
13(7)
Family Genogram
14(6)
Situational Assessment
20(4)
The Eco-Map
20(4)
Self-Esteem
24(6)
Self-Esteem Rating Scale
25(5)
Acceptance of Others
30(8)
Identification of Prejudiced Attitudes and Discriminatory Behavior
31(2)
Acceptance of Others Scale
33(5)
Responsible Assertiveness
38(6)
Personal Assertion Analysis
38(6)
Self-Control
44(5)
Self-Control Schedule
45(4)
Readiness for Professional Social Work
49(4)
Social Work Readiness Assessment
49(4)
Ethical Decision Making
53(23)
Understanding Your Legal Obligations
54(7)
Duty of Care
58(1)
Duty to Respect Privacy
59(1)
Duty to Maintain Confidentiality
59(1)
Duty to Inform
60(1)
Duty to Report
60(1)
Duty to Warn
60(1)
Understanding the Fundamental Values and Ethics of Social Work
61(3)
Identifying ethical and Legal Implications
64(4)
Ethical Decision Making
68(2)
Loewenberg and Dolgoff's Ethical Principles Screen
68(2)
Summary
70(6)
Ethical Decision Making
70(6)
Talking and Listening: The Basic Interersonal Skills
76(28)
Voice, Speech, and Language
77(6)
Voice, Speech, and Language
79(4)
Body Language
83(6)
Body Language
85(4)
Listening
89(4)
Listening
91(2)
Active Listening
93(4)
Active Listening
95(2)
Summary
97(7)
Summary
97(7)
Preparing
104(27)
Preparatory Reviewing
104(2)
Preparatory Reviewing
105(1)
Preparatory Exploring
106(2)
Preparatory Exploring
107(1)
Preparatory Consulting
108(1)
Preparatory Consulting
108(1)
Preparatory Arranging
109(2)
Preparatory Arranging
110(1)
Preparatory Empathy
111(2)
Preparatory Empathy
113(1)
Preparatory Self-Exploration
113(2)
Preparatory Self-Exploration
114(1)
Centering
115(2)
Centering
116(1)
Preliminary Planning and Recording
117(4)
Preliminary Planning and Recording
119(2)
Summary
121(10)
Summary
121(10)
Beginning
131(28)
Introducing Yourself
132(2)
Introducting Yourself
133(1)
Seeking Introductions
134(3)
Seeking Introductions
135(2)
Describing Initial Purpose
137(6)
Describing Initial Purpose
140(3)
Outlining the Client's Role
143(3)
Outlining the Client's Role
144(2)
Discussing Policy and Ethical Factors
146(4)
Discussing Policy and Ethical Factors
147(3)
Seeking Feedback
150(3)
Seeking Feedback
150(3)
Summary
153(6)
Summary
153(6)
Exploring
159(55)
Probing
162(6)
Probing
165(3)
Seeking Clarification
168(6)
Seeking Clarification
170(4)
Reflecting Content
174(4)
Reflecting Content
175(3)
Reflecting Feelings
178(7)
Reflecting Feelings
180(5)
Reflecting Feeling and Meaning
185(4)
Reflecting Feeling and Meaning
186(3)
Partializing
189(4)
Partializing
190(3)
Going Beyond What Is Said
193(5)
Going Beyond What Is Said
194(4)
Summary
198(16)
Summary
198(8)
Supplemental
206(8)
Assessing
214(32)
Organizing Descriptive Information
217(11)
Organizing Descriptive Information
228(1)
Formulating a Tentative Assessment
228(12)
Formulating a Tentative Assessment
239(1)
Summary
240(6)
Summary
240(6)
Contracting
246(50)
Reflecting a Problem
246(3)
Reflecting a Problem
247(2)
Sharing Your View of a Problem
249(4)
Sharing Your View of a Problem
250(3)
Specifying Problems for Work
253(3)
Specifying Problems for Work
254(2)
Establishing Goals
256(10)
Establishing Goals
261(5)
Developing an Approach
266(4)
Developing an Approach
267(3)
Identifying Action Steps
270(9)
Identifying Action Steps
273(6)
Planning for Evaluation
279(6)
Planning for Evaluation
281(4)
Summarizing the Contract
285(6)
Summarizing the Contract
290(1)
Summary
291(5)
Summary
291(5)
Working and Evaluating
296(64)
Rehearsing Action Steps
298(6)
Rehearsing Action Steps
302(2)
Reviewing Action Steps
304(7)
Reviewing Action Steps
309(2)
Evaluating
311(4)
Evaluating
313(2)
Focusing
315(4)
Focusing
316(3)
Educating
319(5)
Educating
320(4)
Advising
324(4)
Advising
325(3)
Representing
328(7)
Representing
330(5)
Responding with Immediacy
335(2)
Responding with Immediacy
335(2)
Reframing
337(5)
Reframing
339(3)
Confronting
342(3)
Confronting
343(2)
Pointing Out Endings
345(3)
Pointing Out Endings
346(2)
Progress Recording
348(6)
Progress Recording
350(4)
Summary
354(6)
Summary
354(6)
Ending
360(21)
Reviewing the Process
362(2)
Reviewing the Process
362(2)
Final Evaluating
364(3)
Final Evaluating
365(2)
Sharing Ending Feelings and Saying Goodbye
367(3)
Sharing Ending Feelings and Saying Goodbye
368(2)
Recording the Closing Summary
370(5)
Recording the Closing Summary
372(3)
Summary
375(6)
Summary
376(5)
Appendix 1 The Social Work Skills Practice Test 381(7)
Appendix 2 Code of Ethics of the National Association of Social Workers 388(7)
Appendix 3 Canadian Association of Social Workers' Code of Ethics 395(16)
Appendix 4 Alphabetized Vocabulary, of Standard English Feeling Words 411(7)
Appendix 5 Summary Self-Evaluation: Social Work Skills Proficiency 418(7)
Appendix 6 Social Work Skills Interview Rating Form 425(5)
References and Bibliography 430


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