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Description de l’éditeur
Mental Health Social Work provides students and practitioners in social work, human services and welfare studies with a thorough understanding of contemporary mental health theory and practice required for beginning practice as a mental health social worker. Testimonials from readers of previous editions are appreciative of the engaging style of writing that facilitates reflective practice for knowledge and skill development in mental health practice. Case studies with reflective and problem-solving questions provide insights into ethical dilemmas and the practical application of theory, models of assessment and interventions. Topics include reality states, changing paradigms, recovery, legislation, policy and practice standards, theory, assessment, diagnosis and interventions. Separate chapters are devoted to suicide and self-harm, alcohol and other drugs, women prisoners and disaster planning and recovery.
New in this edition
Chapters updated to reflect current research findings
Key concepts revised to reflect contemporary language using a strengths-based approach
The Recovery Star
Trauma-informed care and practice