Sale!

Direct Social Work Practice: Theory and Skills (10th Edition)

Download Direct Social Work Practice: Theory and Skills (10th Edition) written by Dean H. Hepworth, Ronald H. Rooney, Glenda Dewberry, Kim Strom-Gottfried in PDF format. This book is under the category Social and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1305633806; 1305866290/9781305633803/ 9781305866294. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

$19.99

Specifications

book-author

Dean H. Hepworth, Ronald H. Rooney, Glenda Dewberry, Kim Strom-Gottfried

publisher

Cengage Learning; 10th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

704 pages

language

English

asin

B01F7EHGSC

isbn10

1305633806; 1305866290

isbn13

9781305633803/ 9781305866294


Book Description

Considered the classic source by means of the authors’ proven learning experiences from the field; as well as its excellent balance of theory and application; Direct Social Work Practice: Theory And Skills; 10th edition (PDF) prepares social work students for effective ethical practice. Well organized; authoritative; and written with an appropriate level of rigor; this thorough introduction to practice grounds college students in theory while connecting them through vivid examples and vignettes to real-world applications with clients. Many case examples are drawn from social work practitioners as well as the authors’ own practice situations.

Reviews

 

“This is one of the most comprehensive and detailed practice ebook on the market!”

“This is the most comprehensive ebook we have found that does both the skills sets; interviewing process; and family and group work. It makes a great deal of sense to keep it as our major textbook.”

P.S We also have Direct Social Work Practice: Theory and Skills 10e testbank and other instructor resources for sale.

NOTE: This product only includes the ebook Direct Social Work Practice: Theory and Skills; 10th edition; in PDF. No access codes included.

 

book-author

Dean H. Hepworth, Ronald H. Rooney, Glenda Dewberry, Kim Strom-Gottfried

publisher

Cengage Learning; 10th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

704 pages

language

English

asin

B01F7EHGSC

isbn10

1305633806; 1305866290

isbn13

9781305633803/ 9781305866294

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover……Page 1
Title……Page 2
Statement……Page 3
Copyright……Page 4
Brief Contents……Page 5
Contents……Page 7
Preface……Page 15
About the Authors……Page 21
Part 1: Introduction……Page 23
Ch 1: Chapter Overview……Page 24
The Context of Social Work……Page 25
The Mission of Social Work……Page 26
The Purposes of Social Work……Page 27
Social Work Values……Page 28
Epas Competencies……Page 30
Levels of Practice……Page 34
Orienting Frameworks to Achieve Competencies……Page 35
Deciding on and Carrying Out Interventions……Page 39
Ch 1: Competency Notes……Page 43
Domain……Page 45
Roles of Direct Practitioners……Page 50
Ch 2: Summary……Page 55
Ch 2: Competency Notes……Page 56
Common Elements Among Diverse Theorists and Social Workers……Page 57
The Helping Process……Page 59
The Interviewing Process: Structure and Skills……Page 68
Ch 3: Summary……Page 77
Ch 3: Notes……Page 78
The Interaction Between Personal and Professional Values……Page 79
The Cardinal Values of Social Work……Page 80
Challenges in Embracing the Profession’s Values……Page 86
Ethics……Page 89
Understanding and Resolving Ethical Dilemmas……Page 101
Ch 4: Competency Notes……Page 105
Skill Development Exercises in Operationalizing Cardinal Values……Page 106
Skill Development Exercises in Managing Ethical Dilemmas……Page 108
Part 2: Exploring, Assessing, and Planning……Page 111
Ch 5: Chapter Overview……Page 113
Roles of the Participants……Page 114
Communicating About Informed Consent, Confidentiality, and Agency Policies……Page 118
Empathic Communication……Page 119
Developing Perceptiveness to Feelings……Page 121
Affective Words and Phrases……Page 122
Accurately Conveying Empathy……Page 126
Responding with Reciprocal Empathy……Page 131
Authenticity……Page 139
Relating Assertively to Clients……Page 150
Skill Development Exercises in Empathic Communication……Page 154
Skill Development Exercises in Responding Authentically and Assertively……Page 157
Ch 6: Chapter Overview……Page 160
Maintaining Psychological Contact with Clients and Exploring Their Problems……Page 161
Reflection Responses……Page 162
Closedand Open-Ended Responses……Page 165
Seeking Concreteness……Page 169
Providing and Maintaining Focusing……Page 176
Summarizing Responses……Page 183
Answers to Exercises in Identifying Closed- and Open-Ended Responses……Page 188
Ch 6: Note……Page 189
Ch 7: Chapter Overview……Page 190
Identifying and Improving Nonverbal Barriers to Effective Communication……Page 191
Eliminating Verbal Barriers to Communication……Page 194
Gauging the Effectiveness of Your Responses……Page 205
The Challenge of Learning New Skills……Page 206
Ch 7: Note……Page 208
Ch 8: Chapter Overview……Page 209
Defining Assessment: Process and Product……Page 210
Assessment and Diagnosis……Page 212
Culturally Competent Assessment……Page 214
Emphasizing Strengths in Assessments……Page 216
The Role of Knowledge in Assessments……Page 217
The Role of Theory in Assessments……Page 218
Sources of Information for Assessments……Page 219
Questions to Answer in Problem Assessment……Page 223
Assessing Children and Older Adults……Page 233
Ch 8: Competency Notes……Page 236
Ch 8: Note……Page 237
The Interaction of Multiple Systems in Human Problems……Page 238
Intrapersonal Systems……Page 239
Assessing Biophysical Functioning……Page 240
Assessing Cognitive/Perceptual Functioning……Page 246
Assessing Affective Functioning……Page 250
Assessing Behavioral Functioning……Page 256
Assessing Environmental Systems……Page 259
Written Assessments……Page 263
Biopsychosocial Assessments……Page 264
Case Notes……Page 268
Ch 9: Summary……Page 270
Ch 9: Competency Notes……Page 271
Ch 9: Notes……Page 272
Ch 10: Chapter Overview……Page 273
Defining Family and Family Functions……Page 274
Self-Awareness in Family Assessment……Page 275
The Family Systems Framework……Page 276
Assessment Skills and Strategies……Page 292
Ch 10: Competency Notes……Page 299
Skill Development Exercises in Assessing Families……Page 300
Ch 11: Chapter Overview……Page 301
Classification of Groups……Page 302
The Evidence Base for Groups……Page 304
Formation of Treatment Groups……Page 305
Assessing Group Processes……Page 315
Single-Session Groups……Page 323
Formation of Task Groups……Page 325
Cultural Considerations in Forming and Assessing Task or Treatment Groups……Page 327
Ethics in Practice with Task or Treatment Groups……Page 328
Ch 11: Summary……Page 331
Ch 11: Competency Notes……Page 332
Skill Development Exercises in Planning Groups……Page 333
Goals……Page 334
Guidelines for Selecting and Defining Goals……Page 341
Applying Goal Selection and Development Guidelines with Minors……Page 354
The Process of Negotiating Goals……Page 359
Monitoring Progress and Evaluation……Page 364
Contracts……Page 374
Ch 12: Competency Notes……Page 382
Ch 12: Notes……Page 383
Part 3: The Change-Oriented Phase……Page 385
Change-Oriented Approaches……Page 386
Planning Goal Attainment Strategies……Page 387
The Task-Centered Model……Page 391
Procedures of the Task-Centered Model……Page 393
The Crisis Intervention Model……Page 404
Cognitive Restructuring……Page 413
Solution-Focused Brief Treatment Model……Page 425
Case Management……Page 432
Trauma-Informed Care: An Overview of Concepts, Principles, and Resources……Page 438
Ch 13: Competency Notes……Page 442
Skill Development Exercises in Planning and Implementing Change-Oriented Strategies……Page 443
Ch 13: Note……Page 444
Ch 14: Chapter Overview……Page 445
Linking Micro and Macro Practice……Page 446
Macro Practice Intervention Strategies……Page 447
Developing and Mobilizing Resources……Page 453
Engaging in Advocacy and Social Action……Page 456
Engaging in Community Organization……Page 468
Macro Practice Evaluation……Page 473
Ch 14: Competency Notes……Page 474
Skill Development Exercises in Developing Resources, Advocacy, and Organizing as Intervention Strategies……Page 476
Ch 15: Chapter Overview……Page 477
Family Engagement……Page 478
Orchestrating the Initial Family or Couple Session……Page 483
Family Interventions……Page 488
First-Order Change Strategies……Page 489
Second-Order Change Strategies……Page 493
Skill Development Exercises in Enhancing Family Functioning and Relationships……Page 505
Ch 16: Chapter Overview……Page 506
Stages of Group Development……Page 507
The Leader’s Role Throughout the Group……Page 512
Interventions Throughout the Life of the Group……Page 513
Stage-Specific Interventions……Page 516
Variations in Social Work with Groups……Page 528
Interventions with Task Groups……Page 530
Ch 16: Competency Notes……Page 532
Ch 16: Note……Page 533
The Meaning and Significance of Client Self-Awareness……Page 534
Additive Empathy and Interpretation……Page 535
Confrontation……Page 542
Skill Development Exercises in Additive Empathy and Interpretation……Page 551
Skill Development Exercises in Confrontation……Page 553
Ch 17: Note……Page 556
Barriers to Change……Page 557
Relational Dynamics……Page 558
Reactions of Clients: Assessing Potential Barriers and Intervening……Page 565
Motivating Change……Page 578
Ch 18: Competency Notes……Page 585
Skill Development Exercises in Managing Relational Dynamics……Page 586
Skill Development Exercises in Managing Relational Reactions and Opposition……Page 587
Part 4: The Termination Phase……Page 589
Evaluation……Page 590
Termination……Page 594
Consolidating Gains and Planning Maintenance Strategies……Page 602
Ch 19: Competency Notes……Page 605
Ch 19: Notes……Page 606
Bibliography……Page 607
Author Index……Page 647
Subject Index……Page 659
ES2……Page 675
ES3……Page 676
ES4……Page 677
ES7……Page 678

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Direct Social Work Practice: Theory and Skills (10th Edition)”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recent Posts

5 tips for a good business blog

Are you also looking for a good structure for your business blogs? That you finally have a serious and good structure for all your texts that are online? On your website but also on social media. In this review you will find 5 tips from Susanna Florie from her book: How do you…

Study tips from a budding engineer

“Why engineering?” is a question I get often. The answer for me is simple: I like to solve problems. Engineering is a popular field for many reasons. Perhaps this is because almost everything around us is created by engineers in one way or another, and there are always new, emerging and exciting technologies impacting…

How do I study mathematics and pass my exam?

Not sure how best to study math ? Are you perhaps someone who starts studying the day before the exam? Then you know yourself that your situation is not the most ideal. Unfortunately, there is no magic bullet to make you a maths crack or pass your exam in no time . It is important to know that mathematics always builds on…