Skills for direct practice in social work

Ruth R. Middleman and Gale Goldberg Wood

Thoroughly examines sixty-three fundamental skills needed by social workers dealing with individuals and groups. Middleman and Wood define the skills, illustrate them in vignettes, and relate them to pertinent literature.

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  • PrefaceIntroductionI. Inner Skills1. Perception Skills2. Cognitive SkillsII. Interactional Skills3. Skills for Setting the Stage4. Skills for Dealing with Feelings5. Skills for Dealing with InformationIII. Skills For Working with Groups6. About Groups7. Continuous Group Skills8. Skills for Building Groups9. Skills for Facilitating the Work of the Group10. Skills for Non-Talking Groups and Non-Talking Times with GroupsIV. Strategic Skills11. Skills for Dealing with Barriers12. Skills for Coping with ConflictNotesIndex

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書名 Skills for direct practice in social work
著作者等 Middleman, Ruth R.
Wood, Gale Goldberg
出版元 Columbia University Press
刊行年月 1990
ページ数 x, 188 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0231055099
0231055080
NCID BA12107049
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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