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[T]his book provides practical practice guidance as well as...interviewing and assessment tips....[A]n invaluable source of information for students, practitioners, researchers and educators.
-Karen M. Sowers, PhD
Dean, University of Tennessee
College of Social Work
Regardless of their field of practice, all social workers must understand how legal issues impact the financial, psychological, emotional, and social concerns that their clients face. Yet legal issues are rarely integrated in social work education in a meaningful and practical way. Therefore, it is imperative that social workers gain the interdisciplinary knowledge of the laws and policies that affect their client populations.
This groundbreaking text broadens the traditional definition of forensic social work to include the legal issues encountered in all social work settings-family and social services, education, child welfare, mental health, addiction treatment, juvenile and criminal systems, and immigration services. Advocating a collaborative approach, this book will allow social workers to navigate the complex social and legal issues that affect their clients.
Includes discussions of the common legal issues all social workers face:
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Carolyn Bradley, PhD, LCSW, LCADC is an Assistant Professor of Social Work at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ. Dr. Bradley's research interests are in substance use, women and spirituality. Dr. Bradley has been a clinician maintaining a private practice in clinical social work for over 25 years.
Kelly Ward, PhD, LCSW, LCADC is an Associate Professor at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ and is also a private practitioner working with adolescents with substance abuse issues. Because of that adolescent connection she has worked closely with forensic social work practice through the years.
Tina Maschi PhD is an assistant professor at Fordham University's Graduate School of Social Service. Her research and practice interest focus on at-risk youth, mental health, and juvenile justice involvement. Dr. Maschi's research interests include trauma, mental health, and criminality across the lifespan and community-based research and evaluation. She is also a licensed clinical social worker with extensive practice experience (including the use of creative arts techniques) in correctional, school, and community mental health settings. She currently teaches research and practice courses in the Master's program at Fordham's Lincoln Center campus.
Título: Forensic Social Work: Psychosocial and Legal...
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Descripción Springer Publishing Co Inc, United States, 2009. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 262 x 185 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Forensic Social Work is a comprehensive text about forensic practice knowledge and skills. It assists college level students and professionals to work most effectively in their own discipline as well as across multiple domains, by infusing legal issues into practice. This text has wide application as a learning tool in a variety of settings, which include college level classes, agency and public seminar trainings, and continuing education programs for professionals. This is a broad guide to forensic practice, including criminal justice, child welfare, education, immigration, and other issues commonly faced in practice. It is applicable for MSW programs in forensic social work, law, and criminal justice. It has been course tested in several classrooms. Its contributors are noted academics and practitioners. Nº de ref. de la librería AAS9780826118578