3 edition of Reassessing social work practice with children found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by John T. Pardeck and Martha J. Markward.|
|Series||Special aspects of education,, v. 17|
|Contributions||Pardeck, John T., Markward, Martha J.|
|LC Classifications||HV713 .R43 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 167 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||99526594|
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Book Description. Physical and mental abuse, gang-related violence, homelessness and neglect are just a few of the dangers that a child must face. Reassessing Social Work Practice with Children provides professionals with a dynamic orientation that offers a holistic approach to social work practice with children.
This view encompasses any. Reassessing Social Work Practice with Children - CRC Press Book Physical and mental abuse, gang-related violence, homelessness and neglect are just a few of the dangers that a child must face.
Child welfare officers, school social workers, and family service providers have been the primary line of defense against these hazards, but in order to. Taken from an issue of the journal "Early Child Development and Care", this title provides an holistic approach to social work practice with children.
It encompasses any and all measures of practice designed to protect and promote the bio-psycho-social development of children, including education, protective services, and substitutive services.
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This book offers analysis of both the use and limitations of attachment theory as a basis for decision-making and planning in child welfare practice. It explores controversies relating to the increasing presence of ‘attachment disorder’ diagnoses as part of child welfare assessments and the arguments for and against the use of attachment specific therapies for children in care.
It. This book offers an analysis and summery of the use and limitations of child attachment theory as the basis for decision-making and planning in contemporary child welfare practice.
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This book offers an analysis and summary of the uses, abuses and limitations of attachment theory in contemporary child welfare practice. Analysing the primary science and drawing on the authors’ original empirical work, the book shows how attachment theory can distort and influence decision-making.
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It is refreshing to read such a non-polemical book in this field, which sometimes tends towards emotional rhetoric."―Arlene N. Weisz, professor, School of Social Work, Wayne State University "This book is terrific.
It offers both new research and Cited by: This one-of-a-kind book presents evidence-based coverage of the assessment and treatment of the most common mental health disorders among women, particularly low-income women.
For each disorder depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and trauma (including sexual abuse), generalized anxiety disorder, substance use disorder, and borderline. The book gives the reader a careful analysis of how AT became a construct for explaining what good enough parenting would look like while offering social work the pathway to judge the quality of caregiving.
This air of legitimacy and universality can be linked to the notion that AT constructed a way to link biology and social work decision-making. She co-edited a book entitled Reassessing Social Work Practice with Children and has contributed chapters in six books.
Markward is particularly interested in gender-specific violence prevention research with females who are in the prepubescent stage of development, especially in the the ability of young females to cope with violence.
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Over the last decade, teaching assistants (TAs) have become an established part Brand: Taylor And Francis. This book offers an analysis of the uses, abuses and limitations of attachment theory in contemporary child welfare practice. Drawing on the authors’ original empirical work, the book shows how attachment theory can distort and influence decision-making.
It argues that the dominant view of attachment theory may promote a problematic diagnostic mindset, whilst. John T. Pardeck’s most popular book is Bibliotherapy: A Clinical Approach for Helping Children. Reassessing Social Work Practice with Children by. John T. Pardeck (Editor), Martha Markward.
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