Clinical Social Work: Beyond Generalist Practice with Individuals, Groups, and Families

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Brooks/Cole-Thomson Learning, 2002 - Psychology - 334 pages
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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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Beyond Generalise Clinical Social Work Practice
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SystemsBased Approaches
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