Advances in Mental Health Research: Implications for Practice
Janet B. W. Williams, Kathleen Obier Ell
NASW Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Medical - 523 pages
Today, the health care reimbursement system is creating an urgent need to prove that social work mental health practice is based on scientific knowledge. This book will help social work professionals achieve that goal. Special Features: Interprets latest research and trends in easy-to-understand language; Includes models, methods and research for short- and long-term therapy; Provides clinical vignettes to illustrate treatment approaches; Covers the wide range of conditions and issues faced in daily practice; Helps base clinical decisions on a sound foundation of scientific knowledge.
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