6 edition of Intermediate treatment and social work found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ray Jones, Andrew Kerslake.|
|Series||Community care practice handbooks ;, 3|
|Contributions||Kerslake, Andrew, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HV9145.A5 J66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||80670035|
In addition to presenting students with microskills, this textbook focuses on how to integrate theory with practice and practice skills. Third edition of a classic introduction to interviewing, this book is concise and contains the basics of microskills and the process of interviewing. Brew and Altekruse highlights the importance of learning what types of behaviors to avoid, as well as what types of behaviors that helping professionals should seek to demonstrate when interacting with clients. You May Be Eligible for CE Credit Though we aren't pre-approved to offer CE credit for paraprofessionals, you may still be able to earn credit for watching our modules. Advocacy and Community Organization Advocacy is one of the keystones of social work practice. The social work interview: A guide for human service professionals.
Historically, community organizing and social work were responses to the many forces that created inequality in our society. They may also work for a union and be involved in job counseling or organizing. The community may be called upon to provide the buildings and grounds for such activities; often the services of volunteers and of public groups are utilized; in recent years people living in poverty areas have been employed to work in and direct poverty projects in their own communities. Many social workers specialize in serving a particular population or working in a specific setting.
New York: Social Thinking, Inc. A conceptual framework for practice is developed that allows for systematic eclecticism in theory and technique, providing a framework for evaluating and comparing different methods of social treatment. In the Appendix, a framework for evaluating methods of interpersonal helping is developed and 21 approaches to social treatment are described and resource bibliographies are provided. Historically, community organizing and social work were responses to the many forces that created inequality in our society.
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The book has two principal purposes: To provide an introduction to interpersonal helping in the context of social work practice, and to develop a conceptual framework for interpersonal helping --called social treatment--that will enable the social worker and members of other helping professions effectively to use all the various methods and strategies currently practiced.
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In addition to presenting students with microskills, this textbook focuses on how to integrate theory with practice and practice skills. Belmont, CA: Cengage. Building the relationship: Common errors in helping.
We aren't familiar with the CE requirements of educators in other countries, but you may be able to earn credit for watching our modules. The final chapter explores current trends and future directions in social treatment.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Others work in settings where the focus is on planning, administration, and policy. Companion video demonstrates use of constructive skills as well as interviewing behaviors to avoid, such as asking too-many questions, giving advice, being social instead of therapeutic, and reflecting at a superficial level.
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