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Psychology and Social Care [Paperback]

David J. Messer , Fiona Jones
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Table of Contents

Part 1 Working in organisations and society: models of organisation -an introduction for social workers and probation officers, Karen Izod et al; occupational stress and social work, Fiona Jones, Ben Fletcher; social work in a multicultural society, Ann Phoenix. Part 2 Working with clients - general issues: risk assessment and decision making, Wendy Middleton et al; pitfalls in interviewing - a psychological perspective, Paul Seager et al; working with the family, Anne Woolett; working with groups, Mary Horton; prejudice and discrimination -individual approaches, Mary Horton; prejudice and discrimination -group approaches, Mary Horton; the psychology of ageing, Claire Meldrum. Part 3 Working with children and young people: bonding, attachment and separation, David Messer; developmental issues -deprivation and resilience, ann Clarke; physical and sensory disabilities in childhood, Vicki Lewis; learning disabilities, Julie Dockerell, et al; child abuse - theories and research, Dorota Iwanic; child abuse - parenting, definition, identification and treatment, Dorota Iwaniec; adolescence and society, Leo Hendry. Part 4 Working with clients - specific issues: mental health, David Winter; criminality, Clive Hollin; addiction, Richard Hammersley; psychological implications of HIV infection, Barbara Hedge; dementia in older people, John Done, Judith Thomas; bereavement, Paul March, Clare Docherty.

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