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Working with Families : An Integrative Model by Level of Need

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Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780205360086

ISBN10:
0205360084
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2003
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon

Summary

The fourth edition of Working with Families presents an innovative model for choosing specific intervention methods that meet the discriminate level of need of a particular family. Thomas P. Holland has been added as a second author to help update and maintain the most current text possible.

Table of Contents

Foreword xi
Preface xiii
Authors xvii
Contributors xviii
Outline of Approaches xx
PART ONE Theory Base and Contextual Practice: Metatheories for Working with Families at Four Levels of Need 1(68)
Levels of Family Need
1(13)
Allie C. Kilpatrick
Level I
2(2)
Level II
4(3)
Level III
7(1)
Level IV
8(1)
Intervention Criteria
9(2)
Summary
11(1)
Discussion Questions
12(1)
Suggested Readings
12(1)
References
13(1)
An Ecological Systems-Social Constructionism Approach to Family Practice
14(19)
Thomas P. Holland
Allie C. Kilpatrick
Ecological Systems Perspective
14(4)
Applications to Family Practice
18(3)
Caveats in Using the Ecosystems Metatheory
21(1)
Social Constructionist Perspective
22(2)
Applications to Family Practice
24(1)
Caveats in Using the Social Constructionist Metatheory
25(1)
Comparing and Integrating the Metatheories
26(3)
Summary
29(1)
Discussion Questions
29(1)
Suggested Readings
30(1)
References
30(3)
Contexts of Helping: Commonalities and Human Diversities
33(16)
June G. Hopps
Allie C. Kilpatrick
The Helping Relationship/Therapeutic Alliance
34(2)
Client Diversity
36(9)
Summary
45(1)
Discussion Questions
46(1)
Suggested Readings
46(1)
References
47(2)
Ethically Informed and Spiritually Sensitive Practice
49(20)
Allie C. Kilpatrick
Dorothy S. Becvar
Thomas P. Holland
Ethically Informed Practice
49(9)
Spiritually Sensitive Practice
58(7)
Summary
65(1)
Discussion Questions
66(1)
Suggested Readings
66(1)
References
67(2)
PART TWO First Level of Family Need: Basic Survival 69(35)
Interventions to Meet Basic Needs in High-Risk Families with Children
69(16)
R. Kevin Grigsby
Typical Needs of Level I Families
70(1)
Assessing the Level I Family: The Case of Ms. W
70(3)
Treatment Goals
73(1)
Treatment Approach
74(5)
Evaluation of Effectiveness
79(1)
Application to Families on Levels II, III, and IV
80(1)
Summary
81(1)
Discussion Questions
81(1)
Suggested Readings
82(1)
References
83(2)
A Family Case Management Approach for Level I Needs
85(19)
Roberta R. Greene
Nancy P. Kropf
Family Needs
85(1)
Family Case Assessment
86(2)
Treatment Goals
88(1)
Treatment Approach: A Generalist Model of Case Management
89(8)
Evaluation
97(2)
Application to Families at Other Levels of Need
99(1)
Summary
99(1)
Discussion Questions
100(1)
Suggested Readings
100(1)
References
101(3)
PART THREE Second Level of Family Need: Structure, Limits, and Safety 104(70)
Structural Family Interventions
104(12)
Harry J. Aponte
Levels of Family Need
104(1)
Assessment
105(2)
Goals
107(1)
Intervention Approach
108(3)
Evaluation
111(1)
Application to Families on Levels I, III, and IV
112(1)
Summary
112(1)
Discussion Questions
113(1)
Suggested Readings
113(1)
Suggested Videotapes
114(1)
References
114(2)
Social Learning Family Interventions
116(15)
Arthur M. Horne
Thomas V. Sayger
Family Needs
116(3)
Assessment and Treatment Goals
119(2)
Social Learning Family Interventions
121(6)
Evaluation of Effectiveness
127(1)
Application to Families on Levels I, III, and IV
128(1)
Summary
128(1)
Discussion Questions
129(1)
Suggested Readings
129(1)
References
130(1)
PART FOUR Third Level of Family Need: Boundaries and Control
Solution-Focused Family Interventions
131(20)
Jeffrey J. Knob
Assumptions
131(1)
Typical Needs of Level III Families
132(1)
Assessment
133(1)
Theory Base and Basic Tenets
134(2)
Treatment Goals
136(2)
Application
138(4)
Application to Spirituality
142(1)
Interventions
143(3)
Evaluation
146(2)
Application to Families on Levels I, II, and IV
148(1)
Summary
148(1)
Discussion Questions
148(1)
Suggested Readings
148(1)
References
149(2)
Family Systems Interventions
151(23)
Joseph Walsh
Needs Presented by Level III Families
152(1)
Assessment
152(6)
Goals of the Intervention
158(1)
Intervention Approaches
158(3)
Applications
161(6)
Evaluation of Effectiveness
167(2)
Application to Families at Other Levels of Need
169(1)
Summary
169(1)
Discussion Questions
170(1)
Suggested Readings
171(1)
References
171(3)
PART FIVE Fourth Level of Family Need: Family and Personal Growth 174(44)
Narrative Family Interventions
174(22)
Nancy R. Williams
P. David Kurtz
Theory of Problems/Needs
176(1)
Assessment and Goals
177(1)
Treatment Goals
178(1)
Intervention Approach
178(11)
Evaluation of Effectiveness
189(1)
Application to Families at Other Levels of Need
190(1)
Postscript
190(1)
Summary
191(1)
Discussion Questions
191(1)
Suggested Readings
192(1)
References
193(3)
Object Relations Family Interventions
196(22)
Allie C. Kilpatrick
Elizabeth O. Trawick
Family Needs
197(3)
Family Case Assessment
200(4)
Treatment Goals
204(1)
Intervention Approach: Theory Base and Major Tenets
204(4)
Application to Families on Level IV
208(1)
Interventions and Techniques
209(2)
Evaluation of Effectiveness
211(2)
Application to Families Functioning at Other Levels
213(1)
Summary
214(1)
Discussion Questions
214(1)
Suggested Readings
215(1)
References
215(3)
PART SIX The Family in the Community: Ecosystem Implications 218(12)
The Family in the Community
218(12)
John B. Turner
Ray H. MacNair
The Case of Mrs. Y
219(1)
Dual Focus
219(1)
Definition of Community
220(1)
Family Practitioner and Agency Helping Function in Community
221(3)
A Model of a Community Human Services Networking System
224(2)
Summary
226(1)
Discussion Questions
227(1)
Suggested Readings
227(2)
References
229(1)
Appendix A The NASW Code of Ethics 230(18)
Appendix B Ethics Cases and Commentaries 248(6)
Glossary 254(5)
Name Index 259(4)
Subject Index 263


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