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  1. Social Justice in Group Work

    Practical Interventions for Change

    Edited by Anneliese A. Singh, Carmen F. Salazar

    This book spotlights the unique contribution of the Journal for Specialists in Group Work to the social justice literature, and of group work to a social justice agenda. Although the term social justice may be relatively new in the counseling and psychology literature, the underlying values -...

    Published February 10th 2011 by Routledge

  2. Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy

    Research and Practice in Health and Social Care, 2nd Edition

    By Brian Sheldon

    Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) has been extensively researched and shown to be solidly underpinned by evidence. Broadly applicable across a wide range of personal and social problems – from depression and phobias to child behavioural problems – it is only now beginning to be used to...

    Published January 12th 2011 by Routledge

  3. Mental Health and Social Problems

    A Social Work Perspective

    Edited by Nina Rovinelli Heller, Alex Gitterman

    Mental Health and Social Problems is a textbook for social work students and practitioners. It explores the complicated relationship between mental conditions and societal issues as well as examining risk and protective factors for the prevalence, course, adaptation to and recovery from mental...

    Published October 27th 2010 by Routledge

  4. Interdependency and Care over the Lifecourse

    By Sophia Bowlby, Linda McKie, Susan Gregory, Isobel Macpherson

    Series: Relationships and Resources

    Interdependency and Care over the Lifecourse draws upon theories of time and space to consider how informal care is woven into the fabric of everyday lives and is shaped by social and economic inequalities and opportunities. The book comprises three parts. The first explores contrasting social...

    Published January 14th 2010 by Routledge

  5. Social Work in Health Settings

    Practice in Context, 3rd Edition

    By Toba Schwaber Kerson, Judith L.M. McCoyd, Associates

    The most comprehensive book of its kind, Social Work in Health Settings presents a "practice in context" framework which is then applied in thirty-one casebook chapters, covering a great variety of health care settings from working with survivors of domestic violence through supporting people with...

    Published January 4th 2010 by Routledge

  6. Military Legacies

    A World Made By War

    By James A. Tyner

    Series: Global Realities

    Landmines, cluster-bombs, chemical pollutants, and other remnants of war continue to cause death to humans and damage to the environment long after the guns have fallen silent. From the jungles of Vietnam to the arctic tundra of Russia, no region has escaped the legacy of warfare. To understand the...

    Published December 17th 2009 by Routledge

  7. Mental Health Social Work in Context

    By Nick Gould

    Series: Student Social Work

    There has been a re-energising of interest in social work in mental health services in recent years and mental health is now a core part of all qualifying social work students’ training. Grounded in the social models of mental health particularly relevant to qualifying social workers, but also...

    Published November 4th 2009 by Routledge

  8. People in Crisis

    Clinical and Diversity Perspectives, 6th Edition

    By Lee Ann Hoff, Bonnie Joyce Hallisey, Miracle Hoff

    The first edition of People in Crisis, published in 1978, established success as a comprehensive and user-friendly text for health and social service professionals. The book and its following incarnations included critical life events and life cycle transition challenges, clearly pointing out...

    Published February 12th 2009 by Routledge

  9. Behavioral Medicine

    A Social Worker's Guide

    By John S. Wodarski

    Health care costs and the effective management of health care are of primary importance and concern to federal, state, and local governments. Consequently, it is necessary to develop innovative, successful, and integrated cost-effective treatments and procedures. Behavioral Medicine presents a new...

    Published February 3rd 2009 by Routledge

  10. Violence Against Women

    Vulnerable Populations

    By Douglas A. Brownridge

    Series: Contemporary Sociological Perspectives

    Violence Against Women: Vulnerable Populations investigates under-researched and underserved groups of women who are particularly vulnerable to violent victimization from an intimate male partner. In the past, there has been an understandable reluctance to address this issue to avoid stereotyping...

    Published January 15th 2009 by Routledge