6 edition of Client Violence in Social Work Practice found in the catalog.
January 28, 2004
by The Guilford Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||278|
The New Social Worker – Online Magazine. The New Social Worker is a careers magazine with each issue providing practical articles on social work students, social work ethics, field placement, practice issues, practice specialties, technology in social work, book reviews, and more. But extremely uneven ratios of client per social worker yield a shortage of supply per demand. Justice can only be achieved with passage of the Dorothy I. Height and Whitney M. Young Social Work Reinvestment Act or its addition to any legislation to reduce gun violence.
Domestic Violence. Generalist Social Work. Generalist social work practice is the knowledge, skills, and value ethics to enhance human well-being and promotes social and economic justice. Dealing with domestic violence as a social worker you much network, gathering up all the information you would need to help the victim or the perpetrators. Because of the nature of social work, which often involves aspects of social control, some clients display hostility and violence. Furthermore, in some situations budget cuts and understaffing have led to increased vulnerability of social workers to violence (Hiratsuka, ; Petrie, Lawson, & Hollender, ; Schultz, , ).
The numbers of women and girls subjected to violence are staggering. Estimates suggest that one in three women globally have experienced either physical or sexual violence at some point in their some areas of the world, violence against women and girls is endemic, with the prevalence of intimate-partner violence alone. It is as high as 37% in Southeast Asia. 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.
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Newhill examines client violence from just about every possible I were teaching introductory or advanced coursed on social work practice, I would open students' eyes to this problem by making Client Violence required undergraduate social work students as well as those pursing MSWs and other graduate degrees should be forearmed with the information in Client Violence Cited by: Client Violence in Social Work Practice: Prevention, Intervention, and Research by Christina E.
Newhill PhD () Paperback – January 1, out of 5 stars 3 ratings See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(3). Introduction: Why Violence Is an Issue for Social Work Practice I. Violence and Social Work Practice 1.
Violence in Our Society and in Our Workplace 2. Overview of the Incidence and Prevalence of Client Violence toward Social Workers II. Issues Related to the Risk Assessment of Violent Clients 3.
Understanding Client-Initiated Property Damage and Threats : $ Presenting practical strategies for violence assessment and prevention that are grounded in solid empirical research, this book helps practitioners and agencies provide state-of-the-art treatment to aggressive clients while reducing violence risks.
Client Violence in Client Violence in Social Work Practice book Work Practice: Prevention, Intervention, and Research. Presenting practical strategies for violence assessment and prevention that are grounded in solid empirical research, this book guides social work practitioners and students to provide state-of-the-art treatment to aggressive clients while reducing violence risks.
Client Violence in Social Work Practice by Christina E. Newhill,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5). Client Violence in Social Work Practice: Prevention, Intervention, and Research reflects Newhill's vast in-depth knowledge and research findings and offers helpful topical outlines for supervisors and teachers in addition to directions on teaching methods and invaluable content on this aspect of violence.
The book includes risk factors, how to make an assessment, how to handle a violent encounter, how to relate to a violent client Author: Anne O. Freed. Client violence in social work practice: prevention, intervention, and research. [Christina E Newhill] -- "Few social workers enter the profession anticipating that they may become targets of violence from the very individuals they want to help.
Domestic violence affects all areas of social work. This book shows how social workers can intervene in everyday practice with victims, their families and perpetrators of domestic abuse. Read More About This Book. Social Work Practice: Concepts, Processes, and Interviewing. Social Work Practice is a dense read that has contemporary theories and useful research findings related to social work.
It’s perfect for refining ways to work with clients. Author(s): Marion Bogo. Read More About This Book. The book then examines three areas of family violence: child abuse, inti- mate partner violence, and elder abuse.
Each section begins with an introduc- tory chapter (chapter 2 for child abuse, chapter 7 for intimate partner violence, and chapter 14 for elder abuse).Cited by: Workplace Violence Prevention for Social Workers. Workplace violence prevention is a topic of great interest to social workers and mental health clinicians.
This is because health care workers are more likely than workers overall to be assaulted at work, as per the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO, ). Narrative therapy in social work is widely celebrated as a strengths-based and client-centered approach to collaborative work with clients that seeks to re-author the problem-saturated stories that can come to dominate our lives.
Narrative therapists work with clients to make meaning of their life’s events and experiences through a re.
Social Work and Intimate Partner Violence is an up-to-date book bringing together all the most important information in the area for social workers, and is essential reading for all students and newly qualified professionals.
Social Work and Family Violence Joan McClennen, PhD — Social Science Theories, Assessment, and Intervention. Presented by Christina Newhill, PhD, ACSW, the webinar discussed a client violence study survey in which Newhill had obtained 1, social worker respondents.
Fifty-eight percent of the respondents had directly experienced an incident of client violence, and more than 63% were aware of colleagues who had experienced client violence.
She has conducted training workshops on client violence and social worker safety at the local, state, and national levels for many years and authored Client violence in social work practice: Prevention, intervention and research, published in by Guilford Press and recently translated into Chinese and Korean.
[Episode 35] In today's podcast, I talk with Dr. Christina Newhill, a nationally recognized expert on client violence and the author of Client Violence in Social Work Practice: Prevention, Intervention, and Research, published in by The Guilford today’s podcast, Dr. Newhill defines client violence, talks about why social workers should be concerned with client violence.
Domestic violence affects all areas of Social Work. This book shows how Social Workers can intervene in everyday practice with victims, their families and perpetrators of domestic abuse. Domestic violence is a major public health issue that affects everyone. It has far reaching implications in many domains of those affected especially children.
It affects all parts of a family system and individuals. Domestic violence can be subtle such as controlling money, name calling, and isolating just to name a few.
It also has a more dangerous and obvious side which many people. social work with adolescents, no such stan-dards for domestic violence exist. However, there has been one Practice Update on Gen-der-Based Violence and Health of Adolescent Girls (NASW, ). Similarly, there have been no published efforts to identify social work practice competencies.
Do Social Workers Feel Academically Prepared to AddressFile Size: KB. This book gives clarity on the barriers to Aggression and Resistance when working in the field of Social Work. It highlights important factors that link theory to practical application and how that impacts on the service users.
Miss Ella Malton. Department of Health & Social Studies, Grimsby Institute of HE & FE. Report this review. Social worker interventions in situations of domestic violence: What we can learn from our survivors’ personal narratives?.
British Journal of Social Work, (42), doi: /bjsw/bcr McCluskey, M. J. (). Psychoanalysis and domestic violence: Exploring the application of object relations theory in social work field : Lauren Amanda.
Social workers practice across a wide range of settings with many different people. Some work primarily with individuals, some work with families or groups of people in therapeutic or community contexts, while others focus on community advocacy, community action and social change.
In such diverse disciplinary contexts, the notion of theoretically informed practice can seem complicated.