Treatment in Crisis SituationsBook - 1978
"Treatment Approaches in the Human Services" is a new series of books by distinguished social work practitioners and educators, prepared under the general editorship of Francis J. Turner. Its objective is to present both the theoretical basis and the direct practice implications of the various thought systems upon which clinicians draw in their work, and to make this rich accumulation of theory and methods accessible not only to social workers but to practitioners in other helping professions as well. The books are also intended for the student-professional, the senior scholar, and the teacher of professionals, providing a bridging resource between practice and theory development. Each volume in the series analyzes the conceptual base of a particular intervention strategy or set of therapeutic procedures, identifies its theoretical origins, compares it to other thought systems, and explains and describes in concrete detail how it is applied in practice. Further, it identifies the areas of on-going and needed research to make that approach an even more useful tool to the clinician.
Publisher: New York : Free Press, c1978
Branch Call Number: 155.24 G562t
Characteristics: xv, 266 p. ; 22 cm
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