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Bibliografická citace

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BK
Fourth edition
New York ; London : The Guilford Press, [2019]
xxv, 461 stran : ilustrace ; 25 cm

objednat
ISBN 978-1-4625-3755-6 (vázáno)
Clinical practice with children, adolescents, and families
Obsahuje bibliografii na stranách 401-436 a rejstříky
001637184
Contents // List of Figures, Tables, and Cases // xxi // Part I. An Ecological-Developmental Framework for Helping Children // 1. The Challenge of Meeting Children’s Needs in the Context 3 of Difficult Family and Community Environments // The Social Context of Children’s Lives 4 The Case of Jacob, Age 10, and Damien, Age 14 5 Emotional and Behavioral Problems 9 An Ecological Perspective on Etiology 11 Current Issues in Social Work with Children 13 Concluding Comments 17 Discussion Questions 17 // 2. Challenges for Practitioners in Helping Children: 18 // Understanding the Multifaceted Role of the Social Worker // The Case of José, Age 6?2 19 // Commitment to a Core of Values and Code of Ethics 21 // The Essential Knowledge Base for Work with Children 26 // Necessary Competences in Work with Children 31 // Avoiding Potential Pitfalls in Work with Children 33 // Supervision and Self-Monitoring of Practice 34 // Concluding Comments 35 // Discussion Questions and Role-Play Exercises 35 // XV // xvi // Contents // Part II. The Process of Helping Children: A Running Case Illustration of a Child in a Single-Parent Homeless Family // 3. Building Relationships with All Relevant Systems // The Case of Barbie, Age 10 42 // Identification of the Need for Services 44 // Interagency Collaboration on Behalf of Children and Families 47 // Establishing Professional Relationships 51 // Concluding Comments 56 // Discussion Questions and Role-Play Exercises 57 // 4. The Biopsychosocial Assessment of the Child // What Is an Assessment? 58 // The Assessment Process 60 // Determining Who/What Is to Be Assessed 60 //
Obtaining Collateral Information 62 // Order and General Guidelines for Assessment 62 // Assessment Tools 71 // Summarizing the Relevant Data 90 // A Sample Biopsychosocial Assessment Summary: Barbie Smith 91 Feedback/Review with Parents and Other Professionals 95 Concluding Comments 96 Discussion Questions and Role-Play Exercise 97 // 5. Contracting, Planning Interventions, and Tracking Progress // Contracting: Engaging Clients and Identifying Their Needs 98 // Planning Interventions 101 - // Tracking Progress and Terminating 108 // Update on the Smith Family: 1995; Barbie, Age 13 109 // Update on Barbie: 2002, Age 181/2 110 // Concluding Comments 112 // Discussion Questions 112 // Part III. Different Methods of Helping Children // 6. Helping the Family Help Their Child // Different Levels of Family Involvement 116 Ethical Challenges in Family Work 124 Integrating Child and Family Therapy in Work with (or Dealing with) Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Childhood Gender Identity Issues 125 Concluding Comments 138 Discussion Questions and Role-Play Exercises 139 // Contents // xvii // 7. Individual Play Therapy with the Child // Individual versus Family Interventions 141 Rationale for Working Separately with the Child 142 Selected Play Therapy Techniques 146 Using the Child’s Play Therapeutically 150 Letting the Child Direct the Play 151 Different Child Therapy Approaches 153 The Case of Linda, Age 10: Parent and Child Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches 156 Concluding Comments 162 Discussion Questions 163 //
8. Group Work with Children // Rationale for the Use of Groups 164 Different Types of Groups for Children 165 Considerations in Planning a Group for Children 169 Group Play Interventions for Children with ADHD: An Example of a Remedial Skills-Based Group 174 Banana Splits Groups for Children of Divorce: An Example of a Supportive School-Based Group 175 Crisis Intervention Groups Following Disasters: An Example of a Psychoeducational Group 178 Concluding Comments 185 Discussion Questions and Role-Play Exercise 186 // 9. School-Based Interventions // School-Home-Community Partnerships 187 // Additional “Outside” Influences on the School: Legislation 188 // Overview of the Role of the School Social Worker 194 // Issues in Interprofessional Collaboration 197 // Children with Special Needs 200 // The Case of Pedro, Age 7 205 // Concluding Comments 211 // Discussion Questions 212 // Part IV. Helping Children in Special Circumstances // 10. Children Living in Kinship and Foster Home Placements 2 // Beliefs about the Best Interests of the Child 215 // The Impact of Neglect, Abuse, and Placement on a Child 217 // Determining the Need for Placement 218 // Different Levels of Care 225 // Typical Issues for Children in Placement 227 // Interventions with the Children 228 // Interventions with the Foster Parents 233 //The Role of the Social Worker in Child Welfare 234 // Concluding Comments 235 // Discussion Questions and Role-Play Exercise 236 // 11. Children in Single-Parent, Divorcing, and Blended Families // Issues of Loss and Multiple Stressors 239 // Assessment of the Impact of Family Circumstances on the Child 242 // Goals for Helping Children in Divorcing or Blended Families 242 //
Custody Disputes: Children “Caught in the Middle” 247 // The Case of Charlie, Age 11 249 // Ethical Issues for Practitioners 254 // Concluding Comments 255 // Discussion Questions and Role-Play Exercise 256 // 12. Children in Families Affected by Illness and Death // The Case of Sabrina, Age 5% 258 // Developmental Influences on Children’s Understanding of Death 264 The Tripartite Assessment of the Bereaved Child 265 Issues in Sibling Death 270 // Selected Helping Interventions for Bereaved Children 274 // Concluding Comments 282 // Discussion Questions and Role-Play Exercises 283 // 13. Children in Substance-Using Families // Clarification of Terminology 284 The Impact of Growing Up in a Substance-Using Family/Environment 285 // Ethical Dilemmas and Pressures on Practitioners 289 Combining Individual and Family Helping Methods 293 Groups for Children of Substance-Using Parents 297 The Case of Vanessa, Age 9, and Vernon, Age 10 301 Concluding Comments 308 Discussion Questions and Role-Play Exercises 308 // 14. Child Victims and Witnesses of Family and Community Violence // Definition and Scope of the Problem 312 The Impact on Children of Exposure to Violence and Implications for Treatment 313 // The Assessment of the Child Victim and/or Witness of Family Violence 315 The Case of Elisa Izquierdo, Age 6 316 // The Assessment of the Traumatized Child: PTSD in Children 321 // Selected Helping Methods 323 // The Case of Marta, Age 5, Whose Father Died in the New York World Trade Center Terrorist Attack: //
An Example of Community Violence 329 Group Approaches 331 // Preventive Approaches to Family and Community Violence 333 Self-Care Strategies to Help Practitioners Avoid Vicarious Traumatization 334 Concluding Comments 334 Discussion Questions 335 // 15. The Interpersonal Violence of Bullying: // Its Impact on Victims, Perpetrators, and Bystanders/Witnesses // Definitions and Impact of Bullying 337 Causes of Bullying 339 Cyberbullying or Internet Aggression 342 Anti-bullying Intervention Programs 342 Interventions with the Individual Child 346 Concluding Comments 346 Discussion Questions 347 // 16. Immigrant and Refugee Children // Categories of Immigrants and Refugees 349 The Process of Legal Immigration and Deportation 350 The Multiple Traumas of Immigrant and Refugee Children and Teens 352 // Treatment for Traumatized Immigrant Adolescents 356 Concluding Comments 358 Discussion Questions 359 // 17. The Impact of a Changing World on Practice with and for Children // The Impact on Children of Poverty and Homelessness 361 Family Breakdown and Parental Absence 362 // Exposure to Violence, Trauma, and Bullying 362 // Stresses Related to Gender Issues 363 // The Stresses of Noncitizen Status 363 // The Case of Alexa, Age 8 364 // Trends in Direct Practice with Children 367 // Concluding Comments 373 // Discussion Questions and Role-Play Exercise 374 // Appendices // Child-Related Professional Organizations 377 // Child-Related Professional Journals 380 // Training Programs and Certifications 383 // Suppliers of Play Materials 387 // Bereavement Resources 388 // Forms for Assessment of the Bereaved Child 389 // Forms for Assessment of the Child in Crisis 395 // References 401 // Author Index 437 // Subject Index 447

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