Social Work As Art The concept of art was introduced into social work practice and supervision after the concept of science . ... and was formalized with the publication of Richard Cabot's Social Service and the Art of Healing in 1915 .
Author: Carlton E. Munson
Publisher: Psychology Press
This bestselling comprehensive guide to supervision is an essential resource to help you train the next generation of social workers. This classic textbook has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect the changes in the field brought by new technologies and managed care. Handbook of Clinical Social Work Supervision, Third Edition, adds many pages of new material on every subjectfrom diagnosis and assessment to social workers under stress. Numerous case illustrations and exercises have been added, the assessment scales have been modified to conform to more recent data, and the questionnaires have been extensively revised. To view an excerpt online, find the book in our QuickSearch catalog at www.HaworthPress.com.
Author: Surjit Singh DhooperPublish On: 2011-11-29
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 64(2), 57–60. Cabot, R. C. (1915). Social service and the art of healing. New York: Moffat, Yard. Cagle, J. G., & Kovacs, P. J. (2009). Education: A complex and empowering social work ...
Author: Surjit Singh Dhooper
This book is a comprehensive look at the US healthcare industry from its historical development to its current status. It pays particular attention to four domains of health care and the role that social workers play in these roles in the present day and in the future.
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Author: Janna C. Heyman
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Category: Social Science
This new text illuminates the essential information about health and social work critical to understanding today’s complex health care systems and policies. Chapters highlight current practice, policy, and research in different settings and with special populations. Readers learn how to advocate for the individuals, families, and communities they serve to help improve health and well-being for all. All those interested in micro, mezzo, and macro practices in a healthcare setting will appreciate this rich resource. Highlights include: Each chapter speaks to the interconnections between practice, policy, and research and how they are integrated to inform social work and health. Unique chapters dedicated to special populations such as children and families, older adults, immigrants, persons with HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ individuals, veterans, and people with disabilities provide a deeper understanding of the health care issues specific to these groups. Thorough coverage of the role of social workers in a variety of settings such as substance abuse, correctional systems, public health, and integrated behavioral health care. An in-depth discussion of the values and ethical issues in a health care environment. An intersectionality lens used throughout promotes a greater understanding of a client’s multiple status of race, ethnicity, nationality, socioeconomic status, education level, religion, sexual orientation, and gender identification. Detailed case examples developed by professionals in the field in Parts II and III accompanied by discussion questions further enhance an understanding of the issues. Highlights how social workers advocate for social justice to promote good health and well-being for all. On-line instructor's resources including Power Points, how chapter content is tied to the 2015 CSWE Educational Policy Accreditation Standards (EPAS), answers to discussion questions, including approaches that instructors can use with cases and research, as well as a sample syllabus with suggested options for instructors to modify for different courses. Intended as a core text for MSW and advanced BSW courses on health and social work, social work practice in health care, health and wellness, or integrative behavioral health taught in social work, public health, or gerontology programs, this book is also of value in social work practice courses that focus on health care and special populations. Social workers practicing in the health care field will also appreciate this book.
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Author: Frederic G. Reamer
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Category: Social Science
For more than a decade, teachers and practitioners have turned to Frederic G. Reamer's Social Work Values and Ethics for its comprehensive introduction to ethical decision making and practical guidance regarding professional misconduct. This new edition incorporates the legal and technological realities now facing individuals in the field, featuring a discussion of the ethical issues that arise from practitioner use of online services and social networking sites, as well as an overview of ethical standards that protect confidential information transmitted electronically. Reamer also adds a discussion on potential conflicts between ethical standards and legal guidelines and a section defining statutory law, regulatory law, case law, and constitutional law. He expands his coverage of boundary issues and dual relationships and includes new material exploring the complexities of practitioner self-disclosure and the challenges of living and working within small and rural communities. Revised content and case materials include an investigation into the ethics of practitioner engagement with social justice and advocacy, as well as updates to the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics. Reamer compares NASW's ethics to those of other human service professions, and he pursues an in-depth analysis of the relevance of cultural difference to ethical dilemmas and decision making.
Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 13 ( May 1899 ) : 323–45 . “ How Much Social Work Can a Community Afford : From the Ethical Point of View . ... Social Service and the Art of Healing .
Author: Elizabeth N. Agnew
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Mary E. Richmond (1861-1928) was a contemporary of Jane Addams and an influential leader in the American charity organization movement. In this biography--the first in-depth study of Richmond's life and work--Elizabeth N. Agnew examines the contributions of this important, if hitherto under-valued, woman to the field of charity and to its development into professional social work. Orphaned at a young age and largely self-educated, Richmond initially entered charity work as a means of self-support, but came to play a vital role in transforming philanthropy--previously seen as a voluntary expression of individual altruism--into a valid, organized profession. Her career took her from charity organization leadership in Baltimore and Philadelphia to an executive position with the prestigious Russell Sage Foundation in New York City. Richmond's progressive civic philosophy of social work was largely informed by the social gospel movement. She strove to find practical applications of the teachings of Christianity in response to the social problems that accompanied rapid industrialization, urbanization, and poverty. At the same time, her tireless efforts and personal example as a woman created an appealing, if ambiguous, path for other professional women. A century later her legacy continues to echo in social work and welfare reform.
Author: Sophia Dziegielewski, PhD, LCSWPublish On: 2003-11-12
How to partner with managed care . Los Calamitous , CA : Duncliff's International . Cabot , R. C. ( 1915 ) . Social service and the art of healing . New York : Moffat , Yard . Caper , P. ( 1995 ) . The next shift : Managed care .
Author: Sophia Dziegielewski, PhD, LCSW
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Full of practice-oriented tips, questions for further study, select online resources, and professional "profiles" in such diverse arenas as the emergency room, home care, case management, and hospice.
Author: Cabot Richard C 1868-1939Publish On: 2013-01
Author: Cabot Richard C 1868-1939
Publisher: Hardpress Publishing
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Cabot, R.(1909). Socialservice andthe art of healing. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co. Cannon, I.M. (1952). On the social frontier of medicine: Pioneering in medical social service. Cambridge, MA:Harvard UniversityPress. Caplan, G. (1964).
Author: Steven P. Segal
Rise to today’s challenges with these innovative and helpful value-based solutions! Containing important, research-based insights into social work practice in these fields, Social Work Health and Mental Health Practice, Research and Programs provides unique perspectives on shared practice problems from around the world, offering new solutions to the dilemmas practitioners face every day, such as reduced reliance in inpatient/residential service provision, increased reliance on economics in the era of managed care, the move toward multidisciplinary service provision, the growing awareness of diversity of needs, and the cultural requirements of providing effective services. Social Work Health and Mental Health Practice, Research and Programs provides unique international perspectives on real-world social work practice issues, including: ways to use your social work skills to solicit organ/tissue donation for transplants how a social work directed community organization affected change in health behaviors in East Harlem, New York a look at how to promote psychosocial well-being following a diagnosis of cancer a survey of what mental health services Hong Kong elderly feel they need and what they now receive an examination of the role of demographics and social support in clinician- and patient-related compliance among HIV/AIDS patients a discussion of the appropriateness of hospice services for non-English speaking patients and much more!
Author: Richard Clarke CabotPublish On: 2018-10-10
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Author: Richard Clarke Cabot
Publisher: Franklin Classics
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