|aStrategies for work with involuntary clients /|cedited by Ronald H. Rooney.
|aNew York :|bColumbia University Press,|cc2009.
|axv, 528 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
|aRev. ed. of: Strategies for work with involuntary clients / Ronald H. Rooney. c1992.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. -505) and index.
|aIntroduction to involuntary practice -- Legal and ethical foundations for work with involuntary clients -- Effectiveness with involuntary clients -- Influencing behaviors and attitudes -- Assessing initial contacts in involuntary transactions -- Initial phase work with individual involuntary clients -- Task-centered intervention with involuntary clients -- Work with involuntary families -- Work with involuntary groups -- Work with substance abusers / James Barber -- Bringing up what they don't want to talk about : use of brief motivational interviewing with adolescents regarding health-related behaviors in opportunistic and other settings / Melinda Hohman and Chris Kleinpeter -- Work with men in domestic abuse treatment / Michael Chovanec -- Involuntary clients in public schools : solution-focused interventions / Cynthia Franklin and Laura Hopson -- Work with involuntary clients in child welfare settings / Julie Altman and Debra Gohagan -- Oppression and involuntary status / Glenda Dewberry Rooney -- Work with involuntary clients in corrections / Chris Trotter -- Involuntary clients and work in the era of welfare reform / Tony Bibus -- Applying the involuntary perspective to supervision / Carol Jud and Tony Bibus -- The nonvoluntary practitioner and the system.
|aSocial service|zUnited States.
|aInvoluntary treatment|zUnited States.
|aRooney, Ronald H.,|d1945-
|3Table of contents only|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy0904/2008035024.html