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Essential Skills of Social Work Practice: Assessment, Intervention, and Evaluation, Second Edition
O'Hare, Thomas
Lyceum Books / Oxford U Press - firm sale / Softcover / 2015-07-01 / 0190656700
Social Work
price: $100.95 (may be subject to change)
450 pages
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Essential Skills of Social Work Practice presents the basics of effective social work practice and helps students develop competence in assessment, intervention, and evaluation. Its broad coverage explores the counseling, case management, and research skills necessary to implement evidence-based practice in contemporary social work. A stand-out feature of this book is the innovative use of its appendices-particularly the comprehensive service plan that is incorporated throughout the text. The book incorporates a number of extensive case example with a step-by-step treatment plan illustrating the application of knowledge and skills discussed within the case situation.

Professor O'Hare has been a leader in the field of evidence-based practice and uses his experience to craft this second edition of Essential Skills. The book is DSM-5 ready, and illustrates the importance of using research to inform practice, while also using practice experiences to contribute to the development of evidence-based resources. This is the book that will serve as a foundational practice text for students that also functions as a bridge to learning advanced social work practices.

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