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

"Social work practitioners share their fascinating real-life experiences in this thoroughly updated new edition, filled with interesting and relevant case studies. You'll learn what these professionals actually experience in their day-to-day encounters!" "In this new edition, you...

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Other Authors: LeCroy, Craig W.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Pacific Grove, Calif. : Brooks/Cole Pub., ©1999.
Edition:2nd ed.
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505 0 |a Structural supports : a generalist perspective -- Using the ecological model in generalist practice : life transitions in late adulthood -- Finding resources : case management with childhood chronic illness -- A strengths-focused approach to community development -- Ecologically oriented, competence-centered social work practice -- Social learning theory in the treatment of phobic disorders -- Object relations marital therapy : engaging the couple -- Toward a multiple perspective in family theory and practice : social exchange, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory -- Family therapy and child welfare -- Challenging the tradition : in some families, violence is a way of life -- Clinical social work in a multidisciplinary team : an adolescent inpatient psychiatry case -- Treatment of denial in families where there is child sex abuse -- Humanizing the impossible case : engaging the power of a family-larger systems intervention -- Completing Brad's dreams -- Homebuilders : helping families stay together -- Solution-focused therapy -- A family systems approach to the treatment of codependency -- Nightshift -- Individual treatment of depression using cognitive therapy -- The win-win bind -- Forensic social work : a case of infidelity, intoxication, and homicide -- Jasmika, the docs, and me : a short story with a happy ending about partnership, collaboration, social work, and psychiatric medication -- The shelter : every day is a struggle to keep the faith -- The multimethod approach to stress management -- Friends don't really understand : the therapeutic benefit of social group work for caregivers of older persons -- Mediation : an alternative to the adversarial process of conflict resolution -- Girls together : a social skills training program for early adolescent girls -- Yonkers : a new tale of two cities -- A short-term single-parents' group -- A group for relatives and friends of institutionalized aged -- A social skills group for children -- Group work for men who batter -- AIDS and the gay couple -- Counseling an interracial couple -- Dropping out : a feminist approach -- Working with the urban poor -- Couple counseling with lesbian women -- Empowering adolescent girls in foster care : a short-term group record -- Evaluating the treatment of a sexually assaulted child -- Doing family therapy with an acting-out adolescent : applying the empirical clinical practice model -- Practice evaluation methods : practical variations on a theme -- An intensive case analysis : application of the quasi-judicial method. 
520 1 |a "Social work practitioners share their fascinating real-life experiences in this thoroughly updated new edition, filled with interesting and relevant case studies. You'll learn what these professionals actually experience in their day-to-day encounters!" "In this new edition, you'll find: new and revised cases addressing cutting-edge topics, a new topic area guide to help you target salient cases for coursework, case management studies of chronic childhood illnesses, examples of a strengths-focused approach to community development, an entirely new section with a broadened view of generalist practice, and helpful overviews and critical thinking questions for each case study."--Jacket. 
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