The goal of this book is to clearly describe the underlying theories and basic techniques of each approach in the context of this rapidly changing field. It provides a clear and contemporary description of clinical intervention with individuals, groups and families, as well as explains systems approaches, case management, psychodynamic, behavioral, and cognitive methods.
Table of Contents
PART I: DEFINING CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE.
1. Overview of Contemporary Practice.
2. Beyond Generalist: Clinical Social Work Practice.
PART II: SYSTEMS BASED APPROACHES: SYSTEMS INTERVENTIONS WITH INDIVIDUALS, CASE MANAGEMENT, GROUPS AND FAMILIES.
3. Systems Interventions with Individuals.
4. Case Management.
5. Group Interventions.
6. Family Systems Interventions.
PART III: ADVANCED TECHNIQUES WITH INDIVIDUALS.
7. Psychodynamic Interventions.
8. Behavioral Interventions.
9. Cognitive Interventions.
10. Brief Interventions.
11. Putting It All Together: Documentation, Assessments, and Treatment Plans.