Clinical Social Work: Research and Practice / Edition 1
A comprehensive social work education presumes knowledge of pertinent research. Clinical Social Work is designed to provide an overview of that research. Spanning two decades, it provides a summary of the existing empirical base for clinical practice. The book begins with a description and discussion of the basic principles regarding practice research. Subsequently each stage of clinical social work practice is examined in the light of the research foundations for the work done at that stage. The book will prove essential for those who wish to be totally up-to-date with current research.
Research and Clinical Social Work Characteristics of Clients and their Problems Characteristics of Clinicians Clinical Environments Clinical Process Outcome in Individual Intervention Outcome in Group Intervention Outcome in Couple and Family Interventions Educating Clinical Social Workers