Psychopathology: A Competency-Based Model for Social Work / Edition 1

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Overview

This text applies a competency-based assessment model for understanding psychopathology, based on a biopsychosocial framework. It is unique in its ability to summarize the current state of knowledge about mental disorders. Written by social workers, the text provides a social work perspective that includes detailed, realistic vignettes that are unavailable in other texts.

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Some may be surprised to learn that social workers are the largest group of mental health care providers in the US. Approaching psychopathology from a psychiatric social work perspective, Zide and Gray (social work, Barry U.) explain application of an ecological model encompassing a client's biological, psychological/ cognitive, and social/personal facets within the classification constraints imposed by the latest Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-IV). Includes some 50 realistic case vignettes, "practitioner reflections" exercises, a review test, an overview of selected DSM- IV diagnostic criteria, and a glossary of clinical practice terms. A companion volume on a competency-based treatment model is forthcoming. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780534367664
  • Publisher: Wadsworth
  • Publication date: 11/28/2000
  • Series: Social Work Series
  • Edition description: Canceled - Superceded
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 7.38 (w) x 9.42 (h) x 0.74 (d)

Meet the Author

Marilyn Zide was a professor at Barry University, where she taught full-time. In addition, she maintained a private practice and also provided agency-based consultation and training workshops in her areas of expertise which included solution-focused therapy, cultural diversity/sensitivity, and bereavement group-work.

Susan Gray has been a member of the Barry University faculty since 1980. She earned a BA from Caldwell College for Women, an MSW at Rutgers University, an Ed.D. at Nova Southeastern University, and an MBA and Ph.D. from Barry University. Gray is a licensed clinical social worker and brings to Barry a diverse clinical practice background. Her professional interests include clinical supervision, licensure and professional regulation, community mental health and professional practice in rural areas.

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Table of Contents

1. An Introduction To The Competency Based Assessment Model. Introduction. The Multiaxial System. The Competency Based Assessment Model. The Biopsychosocial Framework. The Ecological Perspective. Systems Theory. Understanding the Client. Summary. 2. Cognitive Disorders: Delirium And Dementia. Introduction. Delirium. Prevailing Pattern. The Case of Salvador Cullotto. Assessment Summary. Dementia. The Case of Zelda Jean" Pfohl. Assessment Summary. Amnestic Disorder (Amnesia). Summary. 3. Schizophrenia And Other Psychotic Disorders. Introduction. Understanding Schizophrenia. Cultural Considerations. Prevailing Pattern. Understanding Positive and Negative Symptoms. Differential Assessment. Familial and Biological/Genetic Considerations. The Role of Dopamine. Suicide & Substance Abuse. Schizophrenia: The Five Subtypes Paranoid Type: Schizophrenia. The Case of Rudy Rosen. Assessment Summary. Catatonic Type: Schizophrenia. The Case of Joey Esterson. Assessment Summary. Disorganized Type: Schizophrenia. The Case of Sarah MacDonald. Assessment Summary. Undifferentiated Type: Schizophrenia. The Case of Shayla Patterson. Assessment Summary. Residual Type: Schizophrenia. Understanding Other Psychotic Disorders. Schizophreniform Disorder. The Case of Claudia Benjamin. Assessment Summary. Schizoaffective Disorder. Differential Assessment. The Case of Sydney Sutherland. Assessment Summary. Brief Psychotic Disorder. Delusional Disorder. Shared Psychotic Disorder or Folie a Deux. Summary. 4. Mood Disorders. Introduction. The Major Depressive Disorders. Prevailing Pattern. Complications Associated With Major Depression. The Case of Anita Richards. Assessment Summary. The Case of Alice Jackson. Assessment Summary. Bipolar Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. Variations of Bipolar Disorder. The Case of Carol Bishop. Assessment Summary. The Minor Mood Disorders. Dysthymia. Prevailing Pattern. The Case of Mario Delucca. Assessment Summary. Cyclothymia. Prevailing Pattern. The Case of Othello Prince. Assessment Summary. Summary. 5. Anxiety Disorders. Introduction. Understanding Agoraphobia. Prevailing Pattern. The Case of Matilda Suarez. Assessment Summary. The Case of Jada Wu. Assessment Summary. Understanding Specific Phobia. Animal Type Phobia. Natural Environment Type. Blood-injection/Injury Type. Situational Type. Social Phobia. Prevailing Pattern. The Case of Herb Wilks. Assessment Summary. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. The Case of Maddy Yarborough. Assessment Summary. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. The Case of Buddy Jackson. Assessment Summary. Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. The Case of Barbara Barbie" Chapman. Assessment Summary. Summary. 6. Somatoform, Factitious, And Malingering Disorders. Introduction. The Essential Features of Somatoform Disorders. The Somatization Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. The Case of Helene Martin. Assessment Summary. Conversion Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. Differential Assessment. The Case of Jenny Webber. Assessment Summary. Understanding Pain Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. The Case of Aleta Austin. Assessment Summary. Understanding Hypochondrasis. Prevailing Pattern. The Case of Carl Beacher. Assessment Summary. Understanding Body Dysmorphic Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. Differential Assessment. The Case of Barry Roger. Assessment Summary. Understanding Other Somatoform Disorders. Understanding Undifferentiated Somatoform Disorders. Understanding Somatoform Disorder Not Otherwise Specified. Related Disorders: Fictitious and Malingering. Understanding Malingering Disorder. The Case of Brad Jones. Assessment Summary. Understanding Factitious Disorder. The Case of Nan Finkelhorn. Summary. 7. Dissociative Disorders. Introduction. Cultural Perspectives and Dissociation. Dissociative Identity Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. Differential Assessment. The Case of Emily Samuels. Assessment Summary. Dissociative Amnesia Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. Differential Assessment. The Case of Margarethe Jean-Baptiste. Assessment Summary. Dissociative Fugue Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. Differential Assessment. The Case of Elvis Garfield Lancaster Smith." Assessment Summary. Depersonalization Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. The Case of Jean Redhorse Osceola. Assessment Summary. Summary. 8. Eating Disorders. Introduction. An Overview of Eating Disorders. The Essential Features of Anorexia Nervosa. Prevailing Pattern. Differential Assessment. Biological Factors Associated with Anorexia Nervosa. The Case of Joy Walker. Assessment Summary. The Essential Features of Bulimia Nervosa. Prevailing Pattern. Biological Factors Associated with Bulimia Nervosa. Differential Assessment. The Case of Mary McDaniel. Assessment Summary. The Role of Obesity. The Major Features of Binge Eating Disorder. Summary. 9. The Personality Disorders. Introduction. Understanding Personality Disorders. The Clusters. Cluster A Personality Disorders. Paranoid Personality Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. Differential Assessment. The Case of Ben Rogers. Assessment Summary. Schizoid Personality Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. Differential Assessment. The Case of Tyrone White. Assessment Summary. The Schizotypal Personality Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. Differential Assessment. The Case of Juan Enrique Martinez. Assessment Summary. Cluster B Disorders. Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. The Case of Lawrence Shull. Assessment Summary. Histrionic Personality Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. Differential Assessment. The Case of Tamika Brown. Assessment Summary. Antisocial Personality Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. The Case of Luke Rossey. Assessment Summary. Borderline Personality Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. Differential Assessment. The Case of Suzie Hutchfield. Assessment Summary. Cluster C Disorders. Avoidant Personality Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. Differential Assessment. The Case of Mabel Humphries. Assessment Summary. Dependent Personality Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. Differential Assessment. The Case of Walter Pearson. Assessment Summary. Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder. Prevailing Pattern. Differential Assessment. The Case of Geoffrey Hales. Assessment Summary. Appendix A: The DSM-Iv Classification. Appendix B: Assessing For Competency In Psychopathology. Glossary Of Terms. Name Index. Subject Index.

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