Understanding generalist practice with families

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Thomson Brooks/Cole, Feb 9, 2005 - Psychology - 365 pages
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Hull and Mather's book introduces students to the professional abilities needed when working with families. Using a generalist perspective, the book builds on the knowledge and skills students have acquired in other courses, and provides keen insight on the specific theories and skills associated with family systems and family practice.

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Definition of the Family
Family Life Cycle
Structure of Practice

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Grafton Hull is professor and Director of the University of Utah's BSW Program. He has over 30 years of teaching experience at the undergraduate, master's and doctorate levels. His practice experience includes work in human service agencies providing mental health, child welfare and juvenile justice programs. He holds a bachelor's degree in sociology, a master's degree in social work, and a doctorate of education (counseling, guidance, and personnel services). He is the co-author of seven texts and numerous articles in social work journals. Hull has served on the CSWE Board of Directors, Commission on Accreditation, and as President of BPD. He holds a license as Independent Social Worker in the State of Wisconsin.

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