Presents step-by-step guidelines and useful examples for each phase of practice, from assessment to intervention to evaluation. This book's key focus remains on emphasizing the importance of critical thinking in making sound practice decisions. It is filled with practical advice, real-life scenarios, exercises, and guidance.Mrs. Lancer punishes her child because of her own unresolved superego issues related to early childhood trauma. ... guidelines for altering complaints. ... Although the purpose of science is to seek true answers to problems (statements that correspond to facts), this does not mean that we can have certain knowledge.
|Title||:||Social Work Practice|
|Author||:||Eileen D. Gambrill|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2006-02-23|