Social Work Practice: Cases, Activities and Exercises

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Pine Forge Press, 1999 - Social Science - 390 pages
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In this workbook, Kim Strom-Gottfried offers extensive new resources for social work instructors and students. She draws on the best experiential learning exercises developed and used by instructors across the United States; adapts and organizes the material to maximize its use with a variety of major textbooks; and shapes exercises that are both easy to use and in-depth.

Instructors and students alike will find this one of the most useful resources for teaching and learning about social work practice through a variety of learning strategies.

 

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Contents

EXERCISE
3
Putting Systems Theory Into Action
7
EXERCISE
11
Systems theory is an important part of the knowledge base for social
18
EXERCISE 3
19
EXERCISE 4
26
EXERCISE 5
50
EXERCISE 6
57
EXERCISE 15
118
MAKING SENSE OF DATA THROUGH ASSESSMENT
151
EXERCISE 18
168
Working With a Client Over Time
184
EXERCISE 30
315
EXERCISE 31
341
EXERCISE 32
353
EXERCISE 33
361

EXERCISE 8
66
EXERCISE 35
68
Engaging a Family Who Has Not Asked for Help
81
Video Analysis and Interview Practice
87
Hanging in There When Differences
103
EXERCISE 35
373
EXERCISE 36
379
Index
387
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Kim Strom-Gottfried (Ph.D., LISW) will be Assistant Dean of the School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, beginning Fall 1999. She has taught for over ten years on both the BSW and MSW levels, and has been involved in field practica as an agency field instructor, faculty liaison and Acting Director of Field Education. Her practice experience includes direct service, administrative and planning positions in the field of mental health, through nonprofit and public agencies. She is actively involved in continuing professional education, developing and delivering workshops on a variety of topics, including "Training for Trainers", "Ethics" and "License Exam Preparation" courses. She is the author of numerous articles and book chapters on private practice, ethics, creative teaching and the effects of managed care on social work and social work education.

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