Clinical Social Work: Beyond Generalist Practice with Individuals, Groups, and Families
The goal of this book is to clearly describe the underlying theories and basic techniques of each approach in the context of this rapidly changing field. It provides a clear and contemporary description of clinical intervention with individuals, groups and families, as well as explains systems approaches, case management, psychodynamic, behavioral, and cognitive methods.
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