3 edition of Preventive intervention in social work found in the catalog.
Preventive intervention in social work
Carol H. Meyer
|Other titles||Social work (New York)|
|Statement||Carol H. Meyer, editor.|
|LC Classifications||HV41 .M46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||108 p. in various pagings ;|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||74083318|
Her work has been recognized with awards for the prevention of domestic violence, research, and teaching excellence. She is the author of Violence in the Lives of American Children: Epidemiology, Impact, and Intervention () and Fostering Resilience in Young Children Exposed to Violence (with Chantal Follett, ).Pages: Through each point of intervention, the child of social work becomes further trapped in the system. Social work, too, is trapped in a ‘care’ system that ‘plays a significant role in the criminalization of children and young people’ (Wrennall, , p. ) rather than seeingCited by:
However, the move to early intervention and prevention characteristic of the social investment approach is unlikely to position social workers in the frontline of preventive family intervention Author: Mel Gray. Social norm marketing apply various formal and informal way to offer accurate information of drinking patterns to those young people,which can eliminate misconceptions and reduce extreme drinking.(). Besides, brief intervention and “circle of change” model are mentioned frequently in many authorities.
ABSTRACT The features of a preventive mental health intervention developed to assist late middle-aged and older spouses' psychosocial adjustment to spousal death from cancer and facilitate their transition to widowhood are described. Beginning during the last few months of the patient's illness and continuing into the initial months of the post-death period, the program is Cited by: 8. The Role of Social Work in Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Postvention: A Scoping Review Article (PDF Available) in Australian Social Work August with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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New professional work roles and their integration into a social agency structurePasewark, Preventive intervention in social work book. and Albers, D.A. Crisis intervention: theory in search of a programRapoport, L. Working with families in crisis: an exploration in preventive interventionFox, S.S.
and Scherl, D.J. Crisis intervention with victims of rapeOppenheimer, J.R. Six social service interventions for child maltreatment are reviewed in the sections that follow: (1) parenting practices and family support services, (2) school-based sexual abuse prevention, (3) child protective services investigation and casework, (4) intensive family preservation services, (5) child placement services, and (6.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Geismar, Ludwig L. Preventive intervention in social work. Metuchen, N.J., Scarecrow Press, (OCoLC) One dimension of social work's contribution to tackling health inequalities is to focus on preventive interventions that both build and build on the resources of disadvantaged local communities to benefit their health.
This chapter offers three contrasting examples of preventive social-work intervention and health promotion from very different social contexts in Australia, China, and. Preventive intervention in social work, [Ludwig L.
Geismar] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In the first part of the book, Frost, Abbott and Race offer an account of the origins of family support work and how policy and practice in relation to family support have changed through time.
They review the current ‘state of the art in preventative social work with children and young people’ and also look at some of the challenges of Author: Danielle Turney. The author harps on and on about how underappreciated medical social workers are, without providing a substantive analysis of *how* they do what they do.
I am a current social work student trying to choose a specialization, and I was discouraged at the prospects of medical social work as a result of reading this book/5(14).
Primary prevention involves coordinated efforts to prevent predictable problems, to protect existing states of health and healthy functioning, and to promote desired goals for individuals and groups, while taking into consideration the physical and sociocultural environments that may encourage or discourage these efforts.
This entry discusses the history. We are now completing the eighteenth year of the Preventive Intervention Project. Our current work involves implementing what we have learned from this study into treatment programs both in the U.S., Canada, and Scandinavia.
This work has received high ratings from the National Registry of Effective Programs (NREPP). A second edition of this book is timely in view of the publication of the Munro Report at the end of (Munro ). The report recognises that services have become overly bureaucratised and that social workers need to move from a culture of compliance to one that values and develops professional expertise (page 6).
It is the contention of the editor and contributors that the first. plications for social work education and by a leading source on preventive medicine: Milton wiTTMAN, D.S.W., is training specialist, Behind every condition of health or dis social work, Training Branch, National Institute of ease is the phenomenon of continuous Mental Health, Public Health Service, V.
Depart- alteration. Currently, crisis intervention is taught at most social work graduate programs and constitutes an integral part of human services for a variety of problems and contexts. While using a wide range of treatment perspectives, most crisis intervention models tend to be brief and focused.
Founded inthe National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with more thanmembers. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies.
Jean L. Hill, Abe Wandersman, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Cultural Diversity. In the field of prevention science, there is a growing emphasis on the adaptation of preventive interventions to diverse communities.
The American Psychological Association's recently adopted Guidelines for Prevention (). This bestselling and widely recognised textbook is now into its Third Edition and has been fully updated to reflect the recent changes in social work practice.
New features and case studies are included throughout, as is a greater emphasis on safeguarding and protection issues. By working through this book, student social workers can ensure that they understand.
The book emphasizes the potential of prevention to promote positive development across the lifespan and to foster social justice. This key text defines the field while offering scientists, practitioners, and graduate students a state-of-the-art resource to guide further directions in the science and practice of : In general terms, community interventions refer to actions that address social problems or unmet human needs, and take place in a neighborhood, community, or other setting.
A community intervention is, therefore, an intentional action to promote change that can be expressed in different ways depending on the needs of the community.
Soc Work Health Care. Winter;4(2) Preventive social work intervention with families of children with epilepsy.
Appolone C. The need for preventive social work intervention with families of children with epilepsy is discussed. Issues in such counseling are identified as (a) exploring fantasies and fears about epilepsy, (b Cited by: Individual social work is a professional method which social workers use in the school to help client identify and actively address the aggressive and negative behavior.
The purpose of this paper is to assess the aggressive behavior of Vietnamese year-old boy in secondary school. This paper presents an effective individual social work progress to reduce aggressive behavior Author: Pham Van Tu, Nguyen Thu Ha, Nguyen Viet Hung.
Group formats have several advantages over individual formats, including the opportunity to use modeling, role-playing, group problem-solving, and reinforcement of children’s behavior with peers to address children’s difficulties with social competence.
One group-based preventive intervention that has been shown to successfully reduce. 2. Types of intervention. Interventions can be classified into two broad categories: (1) preventive interventions are those that prevent disease from occurring and thus reduce the incidence (new cases) of disease, and (2) therapeutic interventions are those that treat, mitigate, or postpone the effects of disease, once it is under way, and thus reduce the case fatality rate or reduce the Author: Peter G.
Smith, Richard H. Morrow, David A. Ross.p. ; 21 cm. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; imagesPages: Crisis theory is discussed in relation to a mental health consultation project with visiting teachers.
Case illustrations of preventive intervention are offered, and characteristics of cases which best lend themselves to this type of intervention are delineated. The adaptability of the supervisory model in social work to the consultation task is by: 5.