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This text is intended for Methods/Practice with Families (Mezzo) courses in Social Work as a basic primer that introduces students to an overview of practice with families. It can also be used in Generalist Practice courses in which instructors want to emphasize work with families. Likewise, it is appropriate for paraprofessional, two-year human services programs.
1. The Field of Family Social Work. 2. What is Family? 3. Family Systems. 4. Practical Aspects of Family Social Work. 5. The Beginning Phase. 6. Family Strengths and Resilience. 7. Qualitative Family Assessment. 8. Quantitative Family Assessment. 9. Family Development and the Life Cycle. 10. Family Systems Interventions. 11. The Intervention Phase. 12. Interventions at the Child and Parental Levels. 13. Interventions with Couples and Gender Sensitive Practice. 14. The Termination Phase. References.