Clinical Social Work Practice: An Integrated Approach

Clinical Social Work Practice: An Integrated Approach, 5th edition

  • Marlene G Cooper, 
  • Joan Granucci Lesser

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Overview

Clinical Social Work Practice provides a method for integrating clinical theories and practice on multiple levels with diverse clients. The authors present their clinical social work authentically, describing both successes as well as their mistakes to help you better understand the field of clinical social work.

Published by Pearson (July 25th 2014) - Copyright © 2015

ISBN-13: 9780205956869

Subject: Social Work & Human Services

Category: Practice in Social Work

Table of contents

Brief Table of Contents:

1. An Integrated Approach to Clinical Practice
2. Key Issues in Clinical Practice
3. The Clinical Interview: The Process of Assessment
4. The Psychosocial Study: The Product of Assessment
5. Multicultural Practice
6. Object Relations Theory: A Relational Psychodynamic Model
7. Self-Psychology: A Relational Psychodynamic Model
8. Relational Theory
9. Cognitive Theory: A Structural Approach
10. Behavior Therapy: A Structural Approach
11. Narrative Therapy
12. Solution-Focused Therapy
13. Trauma
14. Clinical Practice with Children and Adolescents

Detailed Table of Contents:

1. An Integrated Approach to Clinical Practice
Theoretical Base for Clinical Social Work Practice
The Integrative Model
2. Key Issues in Clinical Practice
Brief Treatment
Ethics and Boundaries
The Suicidal Client
Managed Care
Therapist Self-Care and Self-Compassion
3. The Clinical Interview: The Process of Assessment
Beginning, Middle, and End Stages of Treatment
The Therapeutic Relationship
Transtheoretical Model: The Stages of Change
The Middle Stage of Treatment: Moving to Contemplation, Preparation, and Action
The Ending Phase of Treatment
4. The Psychosocial Study: The Product of Assessment
Preparing the Psychosocial Study
5. Multicultural Practice
Cultural Competence
Multicultural Clinical Practice
Multiple dimensions of identities.
Example of Culturally Competent Practice
Example of Culturally Specific Practice: Research across Cultures
6. Object Relations Theory: A Relational Psychodynamic Model
The Work of Melanie Klein
The Work of Ronald Fairbairn
The Work of Harry Guntrip
The Work of Donald Winnicott
The Interpersonal School
Eight Stages in Object Relations Theory and Practice
Object Relations Theory and Brief Treatment
Research Perspectives
7. Self-Psychology: A Relational Psychodynamic Model
Self-Psychology as a Theoretical Framework
Brief Psychotherapy with Women
8. Relational Theory
The Therapeutic Relationship
9. Cognitive Theory: A Structural Approach
History and Definition
The Therapeutic Relationship
Rational Emotive Therapy
Constructive Perspective
Beck's Model of Cognitive Therapy
Schema Therapy
Cognitive Processing Therapy
10. Behavior Therapy: A Structural Approach
The Three Generations or Three Waves
Behavioral Assessment
The Therapeutic Relationship
Research Perspectives
11. Narrative Therapy
A Postmodern Approach
The Language of Narrative
The Structure of Narrative: Narrative as Metaphor
The Deconstruction of Narrative
Cross-Cultural Counseling
Collective Narrative Practice
Narrative Theater
Research Perspectives
12. Solution-Focused Therapy
A Postmodern Approach
The Editorial Reflection
Postassessment Session and Self-Reflection
Solution-Oriented Family Assessment
Crisis Intervention
Research Perspectives
13. Trauma
Definition and types of trauma
Trauma, attachment and development
Phases and treatment of trauma
Trauma theory
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
14. Clinical Practice with Children and Adolescents
Developmental Assessment
Child Psychopathology
The Clinical Interview
Learning Disturbances
Play Therapy
Behavioral Therapy
Narrative Therapy

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