|aDirect social work practice :|btheories and skills for becoming an evidence-based practitioner /|cMary C. Ruffolo, University of Michigan, Brian Perron, University of Michigan, Elizabeth Harbeck Voshel, University of Michigan.
|aLos Angeles :|bSage,|cc2016.
|aLos Angeles :|bSage,|c
|axi, 265 pages ;|c24 cm.
|aSocial work in the new century
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aAn overview of the book -- The evolving social work profession and integrative themes that guide social work practice with individuals, families and small groups -- From evidence-base practice to evidence informed practice -- Professional values, ethics and professional use of self -- Engagement and relationship building skills -- Assessment in social work with individuals and families -- Change planning -- Intervention skills : using cognitive and behavioral approaches in social work practice with individuals, families and groups -- Intervention skills : using problem-solving, psychoeducation and multisystemic intervention approaches and case/care management skills in working with individuals and families -- Additional skills for working with families and groups -- Outcome monitoring -- Lifelong learning and professional development over the life course.
內容簡介top Direct Social Work Practice 簡介 A foundational text for students learning to work with individuals, families and communities, this book covers the basic skills of engagement, assessment, intervention and reflective practice. Through the use of reality-based case examples and sample dialogue, the authors help students apply theory to practice and develop their essential reflective and critical thinking skills.