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  1. Innovations in Delivering Culturally Sensitive Social Work Services

    Challenges for Practice and Education

    By Yvonne Asamoah

    Innovations in Delivering Culturally Sensitive Social Work Services: Challenges for Practice and Education is for human service professionals and educators who are seeking innovative ways to make their practice and service delivery more culturally appropriate and their education and training more...

    Published April 3rd 1997 by Routledge

  2. Families and Law

    By Marvin B Sussman, Lisa J Mcintyre

    The family and the law, with its attendant legal systems, share a pervasive connectedness. With this new volume, family practitioners and scholars can begin to increase the family?s position in relation to the law and legal system. The contributing authors bring to light the power of laws and the...

    Published March 31st 1997 by Routledge

  3. Antivirals in the Elderly

    By James W Cooper

    A guide to diagnosis and treatment of viral diseases in geriatric patients, Antivirals in the Elderly offers health care providers a quick reference to special consideration for the most appropriate use of antiviral medications in the elderly. Authors present timely and updated information to help...

    Published March 19th 1997 by Routledge

  4. Older Adults With Developmental Disabilities and Leisure

    Issues, Policy, and Practice

    By Ted Tedrick

    If you work with older adults who are developmentally disabled and are seeking ways to incorporate exercise, arts activities, and other activities into your program, this is the book for you! Older Adults With Developmental Disabilities and Leisure will help you improve your ability to instruct...

    Published February 20th 1997 by Routledge

  5. How to Get Families More Involved in the Nursing Home

    Four Programs That Work and Why

    By Tammy La Brake

    Health care providers and social workers at nursing homes may feel they have little time to design programs for the family members of their residents, yet you will learn in How to Get Families More Involved in the Nursing Home that the benefits of such programs are immense and the time investment...

    Published February 17th 1997 by Routledge

  6. The Anthropology of Child and Youth Care Work

    By Jerome Beker

    The Anthropology of Child and Youth Care Work presents and illustrates an anthropological model of child and youth care work and explores the associated benefits of such an approach. Author Rivka A. Eisikovits’model enhances workers’on-the-job effectiveness with clients and co-workers...

    Published January 26th 1997 by Routledge

  7. Principles of Social Work Practice

    A Generic Practice Approach

    By Molly R Hancock

    Principles of Social Work Practice is the first textbook to deal exclusively and thoroughly with the significant principles of social work practice and methods that integrate these principles into the common base of practice. You will learn from case examples how to apply crucial ethical, personal,...

    Published January 23rd 1997 by Routledge

  8. Family Therapy of Neurobehavioral Disorders

    Integrating Neuropsychology and Family Therapy

    By Judith L Johnson, William G. McCown

    Family Therapy of Neurobehavioral Disorders shows you a unique integration of neuropsychology and family therapy. Authors Judith L. Johnson and William G. McCown span these two broad areas by synthesizing family therapy principles and applying them specifically to traumatic brain injury and...

    Published January 13th 1997 by Routledge

  9. Reflections on Feminist Family Therapy Training

    By Michele Bograd, Kaethe Weingarten

    Although feminist family therapy has been gaining recognition and followers in recent years, little is known about the variety of experiences, philosophies, and private learnings of feminist practitioners. Reflections on Feminist Family Therapy Training utilizes first-person accounts, theory, and...

    Published December 19th 1996 by Routledge

  10. Social Work Approaches to Conflict Resolution

    Making Fighting Obsolete

    By B Harold Chetkow-Yanoov

    Social Work Approaches to Conflict Resolution helps readers understand the nature and causes of conflict and offers suggestions for coping with conflict effectively. It is based on two assumptions: that conflict is a basic part of the life of normal human beings, groups, organizations, communities,...

    Published December 17th 1996 by Routledge