Advanced Social Work Practice / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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Dr. Joan Dworkin has been a Professor in the Division of Social Work, California State University, Sacramento since 1994. She teaches advanced social work practice and social work practice with HIV and AIDS in the graduate program. Her primary specialty areas are mental health, public health, HIV and AIDS, professional education and divorce mediation, and she has experience in provision of clinical services in community mental health and in development of primary prevention programs.
Multilevel Social Work Practice: A Case Study Manual features over 20 cases, addressing diverse and ethnic clients and groups, so that introductory practitioners can understand the close relationship between their clinical work, which is client-focused, and working for social justice, which most frequently is population-focused. Through the cases, content, and accompanying activities and resources for further research, social workers will develop the ability to fully address the concerns and problems of the people they work with and will be able to act on them simultaneously.
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Table of Contents
1. Guide to Problem-Based Learning and the Case Study Method.
2. Multilevel Work with Individuals and Families.
2-1. Strengths Based and Solution-Focused Narrative Intervention.
2-2. Raul and Nora: A Latino Couple in Transition.
2-3. Clinical Practice in a Rural Community with an Adult Survivor of Sexual Trauma.
2-4. Assessment Challenges With an Adult Homeless Male.
2-5. The Impact of Agency Policy on Intervention with a Family Affected by Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and/or Oppositional Defiant Disorder.
3. Youth and Violence.
3-1. A School-Based Program for Teen Parents.
3-2. Outreach to Homeless Youth at Risk.
3-3. Response to School Violence: A Community Based Approach.
3-4. Community-Based Services For Youth Released on Parole.
4. Family and Community Interventions to Address Violence and Trauma in Adults.
4-1. Multilevel Solutions to Violence with an African American Family Using Oppression and Feminist Theory.
4-2. A Cambodian Woman with Severe Psychological and Social Trauma.
4-3. Saving STOP: A Community-Based Program To Reduce Jail Recidivism.
5. Immigrant and Refugee Families.
5-1. A Vietnamese Family's Struggle with Serious Mental Illness.
5-2. Resettlement of a Jewish Refugee Family from the Former Soviet Union.
5-3. Interventions With Recent Hmong Immigrants.
6. Health Related Interventions.
6-1. Dealing with Endstage Illness: Cultural Issues and the Interdisciplinary Team.
6-2. AIDS in Remission: Reversing Direction.
6-3. Northeast Valley: A Latino Community Overcoming Vulnerability.
7. Multilevel Interventions With Organizations and Communities.
7-1. Primary Prevention to Promote Effective Parenting: The Parent University.
7-2. Integrated Services in American Indian Country.
7-3. Partners in Care: Improving Medical and Psychosocial Care For the Elderly.
7-4. Restoring Organizational Functioning: Challenge for a New Executive Director.
8. Further Reflections on Problem-Based Learning.