Clinical Social Work Practice with Children and Families
Millions of helpless children are being abused and neglected at any moment in the United States. As the nation’s largest provider of behavioral health services, clinical social workers must be able to conduct effective interventions with these children and their families and caregivers. The characteristics of competent practice are the focus of this publication, which examines the levels and types of knowledge, training, and skill, by which practitioners should address the bio-psycho-social problems and disorders unique to children and their families.
Contributors: Edited By: Joyce M. Cunningham
Edited By: Robert A. Booth, Jr., Chief Executive Officer, Center for Clinical Social Work
Format: Digital Only: ePub. and PDF
Publisher: Center for Clinical Social Work