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Evidence-Based Social Work Practice With Families

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Evidence-Based Social Work Practice With Families

SKU# 9780826113030

A Lifespan Approach

Author: Jacqueline Corcoran PhD


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Empirically-informed practice is increasingly important as managed health care environments demand accountability in mental health and health care services. In this comprehensive text, Dr. Corcoran makes implementing evidence-based clinical practice easy. She reviews the most common problem areas social workers encounter. Each chapter assesses the family treatment outcome literature, addresses different theoretical orientations, summarizes the most current clinical research studies, and provides information on standardized, self-report instruments and their validity. Topics include: child physical abuse and neglect, ADHD, sexual abuse, eating disorders, schizophrenia, caregiving of the elderly, and more.

Product Details 

  • Publication Date February 07, 2000
  • Page Count 600
  • Product Form Hardback
  • ISBN 13 9780826113030
  • EISBN 9780826116789

Table of Contents 

    Section I. Family Treatment with Children
  1. Family Treatment with Child Abuse and Neglect
  2. Family Treatment with Child Maltreatment Using Family Preservation Approaches
  3. Family Treatment with Conduct Disorder
  4. Family Treatment with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders, with J.Black and C.Thomas
  5. Family Treatment with Sexual Abuse

  6. Section II: Family Treatment with Adolescents
  7. Family Treatment with Eating Disorders
  8. Family Treatment with Juvenile Offending, with S.Basham
  9. Family Treatment with Adolescent Substance Abuse, with S.Bashum

  10. Section III: Family Treatment with Adults
  11. Family Treatment with Adult Substance Abuse, with C.Thomas
  12. Family Treatment with Family Violence
  13. Family Treatment with Schizophrenia, with J.H.Phillips

  14. Section IV: Family Treatment with the Elderly
  15. Family Treatment with Caregivers of the Elderly, with S.Fairchild-Kienlen and J.H.Phillips

  16. Index