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Clinical assessment for social workers

quantitative and qualitative methods

by Catheleen Jordan

  • 180 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Lyceum Books in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social work administration.,
  • Social service -- Evaluation.,
  • Needs assessment.,
  • Behavioral assessment.,
  • Family assessment.,
  • Psychological tests.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementCatheleen Jordan, Cynthia Franklin.
    ContributionsFranklin, Cynthia.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV40.35 .J67 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 379 p. :
    Number of Pages379
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1432154M
    ISBN 100925065382
    LC Control Number93043667

    There’s nothing like curling up with a good book during the cold winter months. The hardest part is choosing which book. We thought we’d make that a little easier for you by compiling a list of books every social worker should read and reasons why they are worth your time. This user-friendly textbook not only guides social workers in developing competence in the American Psychiatric Association'sDiagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV-TR)system of diagnosis, it also assists them in staying attuned during client assessment to social work values and principles: a focus on client strengths, concern for the worth and dignity of individuals.

      Clinical Assessment for Social Workers: Quantitative and Qualitative Methods. Chicago: Lyceum Books, pp. Jordan and Franklin have written a practical and thorough text that moves beyond the restricted view of assessment as simply a qualitative or quantitative method, and includes assessment tools illustrating both perspectives. Their focus is on a bipsychosocial assessment from a lifespan perspective, while reviewing the evidence-based aspects of diagnosis and assessment. I highly recommend it for clinical practice."--Catheleen Jordan, Professor of Social Work, University of Texas at Arlington "This book raises the bar high for learning how to do social work practice/5(49).

      Example-Biopsychosocial Assessment The following is an abbreviated example of a BPS Assessment to demonstrate the basic components and content. IDENTIFYING INFORMATION: Jane M. is self-referred 28 year old, divorced Caucasian female with no children or history of pregnancy seeking treatment to deal with feelings of hopelessness and depression. Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis in Social Work Practice by Corcoran, Jacqueline; Walsh, Joseph and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at


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Social workers will benefit from McGoldrick’s early chapters reviewing the clinical use of genograms, engaging clients through genograms, and the value of genograms for assessment. Experienced practitioners may be inclined to skip ahead, but regardless of. Client System Assessment Tools for Social Work Practice Jane Wenger Clemens, MSW North American Association of Christians in Social Work NACSW Convention Setting the Stage: The Important Role of the Social Work Profession Professional social workers are required to develop and practice ongoing social work knowledge.

How to Write an Assessment for Social Work. A social work assessment is a report written by a social worker evaluating a client's educational, mental health, substance abuse, or occupational needs. You will need to interview the client and 82%(59).

Guideline Summaries Social Workers. Clinical practice guidelines for Social Workers. These quick-reference guideline summaries are created to support Social Workers in making evidence-based decisions for the diagnosis, treatment and management of various medical conditions.

An Integrative Skills Assessment Approach. Several practice models have made an important contribution to social work assessment. Jordan and Franklin (, pp. ) reviewed early assessment models, including the psychosocial model of Florence Hollis, Gordon Hamilton, and Helen term person-in-environment originated in this approach, and its goal is to determine a.

This user-friendly textbook not only guides social workers in developing competence in the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV-TR) system of diagnosis, it also assists them in staying attuned during client assessment to social work values and principles: a focus on client strengths, concern for the worth and/5.

(OBRA '87), clinical social workers were covered as autonomous providers in risk-sharing HMOs. That same year, the law was amended to mandate the provision of social services in skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) under Medicare and Medicaid and to require a qualified social.

Clinical Assessment for Social Workers provides a wide range of standardized assessment tools to give readers greater flexibility in their own practice and research. Incorporating both quantitative and qualitative methods, the authors encourage readers to approach assessment as both an art and a : Assessment Tools.

Professionals working with children and adolescents need to use intake forms and assessment tools that match the developmental and environmental contexts of the child client. Some examples are provided here for guidance and brainstorming. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jordan, Catheleen, Clinical assessment for social workers.

Chicago: Lyceum Books, © (OCoLC)   Clinical Assessment for Social Workers provides a wide range of standardized assessment tools to give readers greater flexibility in their own practice and research.

Incorporating both quantitative and qualitative methods, the authors encourage readers to approach assessment as both an art and a science. They advocate for discovering the balance between scientific, evidence-based. In Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis in Social Work Practice, seasoned practitioner-scholars Jacqueline Corcoran and Joseph Walsh provide an in-depth exploration of fourteen major mental disorders that social workers commonly see in practice, including anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.

They skillfully integrate several perspectives in order to help. For social workers looking to improve skills related to clinical settings, Clinical Assessment for Social Workers is able to unite two opposing approaches that prompts multiple methods for client assessments.

Author(s): Catheleen Jordan and Cynthia Franklin. Read More About This Book. Theory and Practice in Clinical Social Work – Second Edition.The only qualification I would add to this is that my focus was clinical social work, not macro social work.

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