Case studies in social work practice / [edited by] Craig Winston LeCroy.

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Other Authors: LeCroy, Craig W.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Belmont, Calif. : Wadsworth Pub., ©1992.
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Table of Contents:
  • Case studies in integrating theory and practice. Overview
  • Ecologically oriented, competence-centered social work practice / Anthony N. Maluccio, Shelley Washitz, and Mary Frances Libassi
  • Social learning theory in the treatment of phobic disorders / Bruce A. Thyer
  • Object relations marital therapy: Engaging the couple / Judith Siegel
  • Toward a multiple perspective in family theory and practice: Social exchange, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory / Craig Winston LeCroy and Mark R. Rank
  • Case studies in child and family welfare. Overview
  • Family therapy and child welfare / Rita DeMaria
  • Challenging the tradition: In some families violence is a way of life / Steven Krugman
  • Clinical social work in a multidisciplinary team: An adolescent inpatient psychiatry case / Catherine Sammons
  • Treatment of denial in families where there is child sex abuse / Mary Jo Barrett and Terry S. Trepper
  • Case studies in family therapy. Overview
  • Completing Brad's dream / David Eddy
  • Homebuilders: Helping families stay together / Nancy Wells Gladow and Peter J. Pecora
  • Solution-focused therapy / Steve de Shazer
  • A family systems approach to the treatment of codependency / Christine Curry
  • Case studies in treating adult dysfunctions. Overview
  • Individual treatment of depression utilizing cognitive therapy / Brent B. Geary
  • Brief treatment of anxiety / Michael Liebman
  • The Win-win bind / Richard G. Whiteside
  • Forensic social work: A case of infidelity, intoxication, and homicide / Jose B. Ashford and Larry Whirl
  • Case studies in preventing problems and developing resourcefulness. Overview
  • The shelter: Every day is a struggle to keep the faith / Lascelles W. Black
  • The multimethod approach to stress management / Randy Magen and Sheldon D. Rose
  • Friends don't really understand: The therapeutic benefit of
  • Social group work for caregivers of older persons / Terry Peak and Ronald W. Toseland
  • Divorce mediation: An application of social work skills and techniques / Ann L. Milne
  • Yonkers: A new tale of two cities / Jacqueline B. Mondros and Neil McGuffin
  • Case studies in group work. Overview
  • A short-term single-parents group / Lawrence Shulman
  • A group for relatives and friends of institutionalized aged / Tony Berman-Rossi and Alex Gitterman
  • A social skills group for children / Craig Winston LeCroy
  • Group work with men who batter / Richard M. Tolman and Larry Bennett
  • Case studies in cross-cultural social work. Overview
  • AIDS and the gay couple / John Patten
  • Counseling an interracial couple / Man-Keung Ho
  • Dropping out: A feminist approach / Sophie Freud
  • Working with the urban poor / Myrtle Parnell and Jo VanderKloot
  • Couple counseling with lesbian women / Natalie Jane Woodman
  • Case studies in using practice evaluation. Overview
  • Evaluating the treatment of a sexually assaulted child / Betty J. Blythe
  • Doing family therapy with an acting-out adolescent: Applying the empirical clinical practice model / Kevin Corcoran
  • Practice evaluation methods: Practical variations on a theme / Paula S. Nurius
  • An intensive case analysis: Application of the Quasi-judicial method / Craig Winston LeCroy and Bian Ismail
  • Preventing substance abuse among native american youth / Steve P. Schinke, Michael S. Moncher, Gary Holden, Mario A. Orlandi, and Gilbert J. Botvin.