9780534367688

Brief Treatment in Clinical Social Work Practice

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  • ISBN13:

    9780534367688

  • ISBN10:

    0534367682

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2001-05-09
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning

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Summary

Author Maria Corwin offers a text that addresses the current concerns that readers may have regarding shorter treatment programs. As stated in her preface, her goal is to "help readers and clinical workers gain a sense of competency and confidence in doing time-limited work."

Table of Contents

Brief Treatment in Clinical Social Work Practice: Context and Rationale
1(13)
Introduction
1(1)
Organization and Service Delivery Changes
2(3)
Implications of Managed Care for Practice
5(2)
Brief Therapy and Managed Care
7(1)
Rationale for Brief Treatment: Empirical Support
8(1)
Brief Treatment and Culturally Relevant Services
9(1)
Social Work Values and Time-Limited Practice
10(2)
Summary
12(1)
Recommended Reading
12(1)
Brief Treatment Principles and Techniques: Theoretical Foundation
13(14)
Introduction
13(1)
Basic Principles of Brief Treatment
14(2)
Common Brief Treatment Techniques
16(1)
Brief Treatment: A Conceptual Framework
17(1)
Systematic Time-Limited Work: Theoretical Foundation
18(1)
Cognitive-Behavioral Problem-Solving Interventions
19(1)
Constructivism
20(2)
Solution-Focused Therapy
22(1)
Trauma Interventions
23(2)
The Resiliency-Vulnerability Model
25(1)
Summary
26(1)
Recommended Reading
26(1)
Levels of Intervention: The Engagement and Assessment Process
27(28)
Introduction
27(2)
The Levels of Intervention Model
29(3)
Engagement and Assessment
32(2)
Engagement Strategies with Involuntary or Mandated Clients
34(1)
The Stages of Change Model
35(3)
Engagement Issues with Culturally Diverse Clients
38(2)
Summary of Engagement Issues
40(1)
Assessment in Brief Treatment
40(1)
Risk Assessment and Level of Impairment
41(2)
Precipitating Factors and Personal Meaning
43(2)
Assessment Instruments
45(1)
Multisystem Assessment
46(1)
Assessment of Interpersonal Dynamics
47(1)
Culturally Informed Assessment
48(1)
Assessment of Strengths and Resources
49(2)
Focus Selection
51(1)
Summary
52(1)
Assessment Exercise: Donna
53(1)
Recommended Reading
54(1)
Levels of Intervention: Case Conceptualization and Treatment Plan
55(20)
Introduction
55(1)
Case Conceptualization
55(1)
Treatment Plan
56(2)
Levels of Intervention Model
58(3)
Selection of Modality
61(1)
Selection of Time Frame
61(2)
Accountability
63(5)
Contracting
68(1)
Contracting Illustration
68(5)
Problem Definitions
71(1)
Goals and Objectives
72(1)
Interventions
72(1)
DSM-IV Diagnosis
73(1)
Summary
73(1)
Treatment Plan Exercise: Janet
73(1)
Recommended Reading
74(1)
The Intervention Phase
75(35)
Introduction
75(1)
Case Illustration: Doreen, An Adolescent in Crisis---Assessment and Treatment Planning
75(4)
Early Intervention Strategies
79(3)
Homework: Promoting Action
82(2)
Case Illustration: Doreen---Homework Assignment
84(3)
The Middle Phase of Treatment---Maintatinging Treatment Focus
87(1)
Monitoring Treatment Progress---The Working Alliance
88(2)
Lifetime Stress Management Skills
90(2)
Dealing with Obstacles to Change
92(3)
Termination
95(2)
Case Illustration: Doreen---Middle and Final Stages of Treatment
97(10)
Session 4
97(3)
Session 9
100(4)
Session 14
104(3)
Summary
107(1)
Assessment - Intervention Exercise: Mark
108(1)
Recommended Reading
109(1)
Brief Treatment with Children and Families: Family Service Agencies
110(36)
Introduction
110(3)
Changing Paradigms in Child and Family Services---Resiliency and Brief Treatment
113(4)
Implications of Resiliency Studies for Brief Treatment
117(5)
The Collaborative Relationship
122(2)
Brief Treatment with Families and Children
124(4)
Engagement and Assessment Issues with Children and Adolescents
128(4)
Treatment Plan: Selecting Modality and Practice Interventions
132(4)
Individual Intervention with Children and Adolescents
136(3)
Brief Child Therapy
139(5)
First Session: Evaluation (James G)
140(2)
Intake Interview with Parent (Mrs. G)
142(2)
Assessment - Intervention Exercise with a Child: Jessica
144(1)
Summary
145(1)
Recommended Reading
145(1)
Working Briefly with Complex Clinical Problems: Community Mental Health Care
146(35)
Introduction
146(1)
History of Community Mental Health Care
146(2)
Service Delivery and Practice Methods
148(1)
Practice Models
148(2)
Services to Culturally Diverse Groups
150(2)
Ethnically Sensitive Assessment and Intervention
152(2)
Services for Dual-Disordered Clients
154(2)
Brief Treatment of Personality Disorders
156(1)
Brief Treatment of Borderline Clinical Problems
157(5)
Brief Treatment Models
162(4)
Crisis Intervention
162(3)
Psychoeducation and Family Work
165(1)
Combined Treatment Modalities with a Dual-Disordered Client
166(2)
Brief Treatment of Depression
168(1)
Assessment of Depression
169(1)
Intervention Strategies
170(5)
Relapse Prevention
175(1)
Crisis Intervention in a Case of Major Depression
176(3)
Exercise in Selecting a Focus When Working with Severe Mental Illness: John
179(1)
Summary
180(1)
Recommended Reading
180(1)
Brief Social Work Practice in Health Care
181(30)
Social Work and the Health Care Revolution
181(2)
Social Work Roles in the New Health Care Environment
183(1)
Discharge Planning
183(1)
Time-Limited Social Work Practice
184(2)
Case Management
184(1)
Clinical Social Work
185(1)
Single-Session Therapy: Acute and Nonacute Settings
186(6)
Single-Session: Crisis Intervention
187(3)
Single Session: Consultation
190(2)
Brief Treatment of Medical Crises
192(5)
Coping with a Child's Chronic Illness
197(2)
Group Therapy for Medical Crises
199(1)
Caregivers' Group
199(1)
Brief Interventions with Victims of Violence and Abuse
200(8)
Acute Care Settings
200(3)
Nonacute Settings
203(2)
Domestic Violence
205(3)
Case Management Exercise: Duane
208(1)
Summary
209(1)
Recommended Reading
210(1)
Brief Treatment in Health Maintenance Organizations and Employee Assistance Programs
211(26)
HMOs and Managed Mental Health Care
211(2)
HMO Mental Health Services
213(1)
EAPs and Managed Care
214(2)
Individual Counseling
216(1)
Interpersonal Conflict and Depression
217(2)
Substance Abuse Treatment and Managed Care
219(7)
Substance Abuse Assessment Issues
220(2)
Evaluation and Referral
222(2)
Parallel Treatment
224(2)
Motivational Interviewing with an Alcoholic Client
226(3)
Brief Group Therapy: Rationale and Description
229(1)
Types of Brief Therapy Groups
230(1)
Group Structure and Process
231(2)
The Brief Group Therapist's Roles and Functions
233(2)
EAP Assessment - Intervention Exercise: Carolyn
235(1)
Summary
236(1)
Recommended Reading
236(1)
Afterword: Principled Practice 237(4)
Appendix: Answers to Case Exercises 241(6)
References 247(14)
Index 261

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