By: Amanda D. Burton, Deana F. Halonen, Tuula I. Heinonen
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Social Work Practice and Assessment: A W/holistic Approach presents a ten-component w/holistic assessment and practice model that integrates existing Western and Indigenous approaches to practice and offers a foundation on which to build our w/holistic conceptualization of assessment and practice. Whatever the setting or situation, social workers can approach practice and assessment drawing on a range of components that are part of the model and in so doing gain insights about the social, cultural, ecological, and place-based contexts that characterize the lives of those for whom they support.
KEY FEATURES –
• Ten Components of W/holistic Practice and Assessment Wheel – is a foundational approach
that can be applied to situations of different populations and/or fields of practice
• Perspectives boxes that ask readers to consider their own viewpoints in relation to the content
• Seeds of Thought chapter openers include quotations or reflections that provide food for thought
about the chapter content to follow
• Pause to Reflect boxes that highlight ideas to consider and explore
• Communicating Effectively boxes that offer tips and other communication considerations
• Chapter opening Learning Outcomes identify key concepts for each chapter
• Case Scenarios – Specific cases examined through the lens of the components of the w/holistic
model to explore and explain relevant issues
• End of Chapter activities include short answer reflection and discussion questions
• Instructor Resources including Instructor PowerPoints and a test bank.
Please Click on Sample Chapters below for a preview.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: What is Social Work Assessment?
Chapter 2: Concepts and Ideas
Chapter 3: Values and Ethics
Chapter 4: Field of Practice: Aging and Older Adults
Chapter 5: Field of Practice: Groups and Communities
Chapter 6: Field of Practice: Children, Youth, and Families
Chapter 7: Field of Practice: Two-Spirit and LGBTQ+ Identity in the Context of Heteropatriarchy and Colonization
Chapter 8: Field of Practice: Mental Health
Chapter 9: Field of Practice: Newcomers and Settlement
Chapter 10: Evaluating to W/holistic Social Work Practice and Assessment Model
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