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Evidence-based Interventions in Social Work [electronic resource] : a Practitioner's Manual.

By: Wodarski, John S.
Contributor(s): Feit, Marvin D.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Springfield : Charles C Thomas Publisher, LTD, 2009Description: 1 online resource (318 p.).ISBN: 9780398085704 (electronic bk.); 0398085706 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Psychiatric social work | Evidence-based social work | Social service -- Psychological aspects | Health | Social Science | MEDICAL -- Mental Health | PSYCHOLOGY -- Mental Health | PSYCHOLOGY -- Mental IllnessGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Evidence-based Interventions in Social Work : A Practitioner's ManualDDC classification: 362.204251 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
CONTENTS; I. CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS; Chapter 1: EVIDENCE-BASED INTERVENTIONS INSOCIAL WORK: A PRACTITIONER'SMANUAL; Chapter 2: DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES; Chapter 3:CONDUCT DISORDER; Chapter 4: ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER; Chapter 5: OPPOSITIONAL DEFIANT DISORDER; Chapter 6: ENURESIS AND ENCOPRESIS; Chapter 7: SEPARATION ANXIETY DISORDER; Chapter 8: BULIMIA NERVOSA; Chapter 9: ANOREXIA NERVOSA; II. ADULTS; Chapter 10: GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER; Chapter 11: ALCOHOL ABUSE; Chapter 12: POLYSUBSTANCE ABUSE; Chapter 13: SCHIZOPHRENIA.
Chapter 14: MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER ANDDYSTHYMIC DISORDERChapter 15: BIPOLAR DISORDER; Chapter 16: PANIC DISORDER WITH AGORAPHOBIA; Chapter 17: SPECIFIC AND SOCIAL PHOBIAS; Chapter 18: OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER; Chapter 19: POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER; Chapter 20: BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER; III. BRIEF CASES; Chapter 21: TEEN PREGNANCY; Chapter 22: OPIATE ABUSE; Chapter 23: POLYSUBSTANCE ABUSE IN TEENAGERS; Chapter 24: CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE; Chapter 25: TE.
Summary: Evidence-based Interventions in Social Work: A Practitioner's Manual centers on the factorial complexity of planning interventions with major client groups. Monumental economic and political forces are reshaping the way medical, mental health, and social services are delivered in the United States. By focusing on the role of the social worker in the evolving systems of care, the book addresses the following critical questions that have been generated by the empirical practice research: Who should deliver the intervention to whom? What intervention is the most effective with which clients? Wher.
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CONTENTS; I. CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS; Chapter 1: EVIDENCE-BASED INTERVENTIONS INSOCIAL WORK: A PRACTITIONER'SMANUAL; Chapter 2: DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES; Chapter 3:CONDUCT DISORDER; Chapter 4: ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER; Chapter 5: OPPOSITIONAL DEFIANT DISORDER; Chapter 6: ENURESIS AND ENCOPRESIS; Chapter 7: SEPARATION ANXIETY DISORDER; Chapter 8: BULIMIA NERVOSA; Chapter 9: ANOREXIA NERVOSA; II. ADULTS; Chapter 10: GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER; Chapter 11: ALCOHOL ABUSE; Chapter 12: POLYSUBSTANCE ABUSE; Chapter 13: SCHIZOPHRENIA.

Chapter 14: MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER ANDDYSTHYMIC DISORDERChapter 15: BIPOLAR DISORDER; Chapter 16: PANIC DISORDER WITH AGORAPHOBIA; Chapter 17: SPECIFIC AND SOCIAL PHOBIAS; Chapter 18: OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER; Chapter 19: POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER; Chapter 20: BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER; III. BRIEF CASES; Chapter 21: TEEN PREGNANCY; Chapter 22: OPIATE ABUSE; Chapter 23: POLYSUBSTANCE ABUSE IN TEENAGERS; Chapter 24: CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE; Chapter 25: TE.

Evidence-based Interventions in Social Work: A Practitioner's Manual centers on the factorial complexity of planning interventions with major client groups. Monumental economic and political forces are reshaping the way medical, mental health, and social services are delivered in the United States. By focusing on the role of the social worker in the evolving systems of care, the book addresses the following critical questions that have been generated by the empirical practice research: Who should deliver the intervention to whom? What intervention is the most effective with which clients? Wher.

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