Developing Evidence-Based Generalist Practice Skills by Bruce A. Thyer, Catherine N. Dulmus, Karen M. Sowers

By Bruce A. Thyer, Catherine N. Dulmus, Karen M. Sowers

An crucial evaluate of the middle talents wanted by means of each social paintings practitioner

Developing Evidence-Based Generalist perform Skills positive aspects contributions from best students in social paintings perform, proposing crucial info for the moral and powerful perform of social paintings. This essentially written consultant presents step by step assistance for utilizing evidence-based perform to make joint judgements with consumers approximately review and remedies via a cautious attention of the simplest on hand learn proof, the client's personal tastes and values, specialist moral criteria, and different key issues.

Comprehensive and simple, this e-book addresses foundational perform abilities anticipated of all social paintings practitioners, including:

  • Evidence-based practice
  • Trauma-informed practice
  • Interviewing skills
  • Problem id, contracting, and case planning
  • Case management
  • Advocacy
  • Crisis intervention
  • Practice evaluation
  • Termination, stabilization, and continuity of care

Each bankruptcy starts with an overarching query and "what if" situations, and ends with a suite of instructed keywords, on-line assets, and dialogue questions. Designed as a foundation-level social paintings schooling textual content for undergraduate and graduate scholars in social paintings courses, this ebook meets the Council on Social paintings Education's (CSWE) academic coverage and Accreditation criteria (EPAS) for a radical and updated presentation of middle social paintings abilities that includes in-depth scholarship.

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Given the unfortunate sequelae that can result from traumatic events, comprehensive and effective trauma-related assessment is necessary for all populations” (de Arellano & Danielson, 2008, p. 54). It is extremely important to consider the development of traumarelated symptoms and conduct thorough assessments of trauma histories. , 2006). Trauma Specific Versus Generic Assessments Recent literature indicates the need for a battery of assessments when assisting children and adolescents who may have or are experiencing traumatic events.

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