Practice Skills in Social Work and Welfare

More Than Just Common Sense

Author: Jane Maidment

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

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Category: Social Science

Page: 318

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Human service workers need more than just common sense. This book offers a comprehensive introduction to practice skills required across the human service sector. The authors use critical analysis to systematically outline the key stages of interaction with clients.

Practice Skills in Social Work & Welfare

More Than Just Common Sense

Author: Ronnie Egan

Publisher:

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Category: Public welfare

Page: 348

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Offers a model of integrated practice for the human service sector, covering skills needed for working with clients in a variety of contexts. This second edition has been fully revised and updated.

Social Work in Rural Australia

Enabling Practice

Author: Jane Maidment

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

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Category: Social Science

Page: 275

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Social work practice in a country town or small remote community several hours' drive from the nearest centre is very different from practice in the city. Social Work in Rural Australia offers an introduction to the challenges and rewards of professional practice in rural and remote areas. The authors explore the practical implications for social workers in non-urban regions, including teamwork with professionals from other fields, working with various sub-groups in communities and across distance with other social work colleagues, the diversity of rural livelihoods and lifestyles, and increasingly pressing environmental issues. Social work theories and case studies demonstrate how enabling practice can promote clients' and communities' ability to deal with some of the challenges of housing, youth unemployment, child protection, ageing, mental health, disability, and the obstacles faced by Indigenous, migrant and refugee populations, in specific geographical settings. Social Work in Rural Australia encourages students and practitioners towards a holistic and contextual engagement with rural communities in current and newly developing fields of social work practice.

Social Work and Social Welfare

An Invitation

Author: Marla Berg-Weger

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

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Category: Social Science

Page: 354

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Like the first edition of Social Work and Social Welfare: An Invitation, this edition introduces students to the knowledge, skills, and values that are essential for working with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities in a variety of practice settings. With updated demographic, statistical, legislative, policy, and research information; sensitive discussions of contemporary ethical issues; and new first-person narratives from social workers in a variety of fields, the second edition provides an up-to-date profile of the world in which today's social workers practice. At www.routledgesw.com/intro, you will find a wealth of resources to help you create a dynamic, experiential introduction to social work for your students.

Empowerment Series: Social Work and Social Welfare

Author: Rosalie Ambrosino

Publisher: Cengage Learning

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Category: Social Science

Page: 576

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Reflecting the latest practices, accreditation requirements, and developments from the field, the eighth edition of bestselling SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL WELFARE gives readers a broad understanding about the social work profession and the role it plays in the social welfare system. Part of the Brooks/Cole Empowerment Series, the text is completely up to date and thoroughly integrates the core competencies and recommended practice behaviors outlined in the current Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS) set by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). With its signature systems/ecological approach to understanding social welfare, the book focuses on specific social welfare areas in which social workers play major roles in policy and practice. It adopts the philosophy that there are many reasons why social problems occur, and that students need to understand the history, values, and economic, political, and cultural factors that surround these issues and the attempts to solve or address them. Instead of presenting a specific political perspective, the authors encourage readers to think critically about issues in a new way. Each chapter opens with a vignette about a social worker in a specific setting and closes with information about the career opportunities for social workers in the area discussed. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Social Work and Human Development

Author: Janet Walker

Publisher: Learning Matters

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Category: Social Science

Page: 216

View: 160

Social work engages with people across the life course, and social workers are expected to work with groups of people at very different stages of their life. This book helps students gain a thorough understanding of human growth as it is a central part of their qualifying social work training and practice.

Transforming Social Work Practice

Postmodern critical perspectives

Author: Bob Pease

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

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Category: Social Science

Page: 234

View: 261

Explores how postmodern theory can be used in social work practice.

Chapters 1-5

The Practice of Generalist Social Work

Author: Associate Professor and Director of Field Education Julie Birkenmaier

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

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The fourth edition of?The Practice of Generalist Social Work?continues to teach students to apply micro, macro, and mezzo social work skills. This new edition strengthens the connection between the three levels of practice and is fully updated to the 2015 EPAS. This edition also contains more illustrations of theory and more context for deciding which type of intervention is a good fit. Most chapters now open with a case study and continually refer back to the case to provide additional connections between theory and real-life practice. Each chapter also incorporates a link to a Grand Challenge of Social Work from the American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare, which shows the connection between social work and the most significant societal challenges of today. The Quick Guides within the text offer students guidance for their field experience and practice after graduation. The text also comes with a rich companion website that includes support materials and six unique cases that encourage students to learn by doing. Go to?www.routledgesw.com to explore the cases and additional resources.

Foundations of Interpersonal Practice in Social Work

Promoting Competence in Generalist Practice

Author: Brett Seabury

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 591

View: 978

This text takes a broad based approach to basic generalist practice methods that emphasize the common elements in working with individuals, families and groups. The goal of the book is to teach social work students how to enhance clients’ social functioning by helping them become more proficient in examining, understanding, and resolving clients’ social problems. The authors pay special attention to enhancing social justice by working with individuals and families who have been historically oppressed. This edition includes specific integrated coverage of the Council on Social Work Education’s (CSWE) latest Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS). Intended Audience This core text is designed for advanced undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the introductory Direct Practice and Generalist Practice courses in BSW and MSW programs of social work.