Family Systems Application to Social Work: Training and Clinical Practice

Family Systems Application to Social Work: Training and Clinical Practice

Karen Lewis, Editor | More books by this author

Published: 1992
Published by: Routledge
222 pages

Description

The chapters, all by social work and family therapists, provide ideas and techniques for training students and supervising therapists from a systemic perspective and strategies for a variety of clinical issues. For training, issues include Training on the Person of the Therapist for Work with the Poor and Minorities, Training Social Workers in Public Welfare, Teaching Social Work Students,, and a Social Work Dean’s perspective. Clinical issues include Poverty and Race in the African-American Community, Home Based Work with Families, Treatment of Homeless Substance Abusers, Three-Step Plan for African American Families involved with Foster Care; Clinical Social Worker is in Post-Adoption Practice; Shame and Violence in Couples’ Treatment; and Mental Health Services –2001: Servicing a New America.

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