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Social Work in Schools : Principles and Practice
Openshaw, Linda, DSW, LCSW
Guilford Publications / Hardcover / 2007-10-01 / 1593855788
Social Work / School-Oriented
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311 pages
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This accessible and authoritative text gives social workers the tools they need for effective and ethical practice in school settings. Readers learn practical skills for observation, assessment, intervention, and research that will enable them to respond to the needs of diverse students from preschool through the secondary grades. The book presents strategies for dealing with particular problems, such as violence, trauma, parental absence, substance abuse, bereavement, and mental health concerns. Also reviewed are developmental issues that can interfere with school success. Specific guidelines for implementing interventions, including group work, are provided. Student-friendly features include many concrete examples; study and discussion questions; and reproducible letters, forms, and checklists.

Critical Acclaim:

"Openshaw has done a terrific job of outlining the scope of services that school social workers can provide. Her ability to map these complex services in a linear progression allows the reader to understand the multilayered approach to clinical treatment and case management for all grade ranges. Unique and informative case examples provide a framework for tackling difficult issues like natural disasters, violence, parental substance abuse, and self-injurious behaviors. The book explores the uses of predominant social work modalities—individual, group, and family interventions—without overwhelming the reader. This text belongs on the desks of all beginning school social workers, and is also a great reference tool for more advanced practitioners."
—Stephen P. Hydon, MSW, School of Social Work, University of Southern California

"This is an excellent text with many skills to offer social work students preparing to practice in school settings. Strengths of the book include the chapters on specific age groups and the detailed information about practice interventions; for example, it offers step-by-step guidance on how to set up groups. The book is well written and easy to read. Students will find this a valuable resource to consult during field placements, and it is a great training text for master's-level school social work courses."
Cynthia Franklin, PhD, LCSW, Stiernberg/Spencer Family Professor, School of Social Work, University of Texas at Austin

Contents:

1. The Role and Function of the School Social Worker
2. An Ecological–Developmental Framework for Practice in the Schools
3. Uncovering Problems and Working within the System
4. School Social Work with Children in Preschool to Grade 3
5. School Social Work with Children in Grades 4 to 6
6. School Social Work with Children in Grades 7 and 8
7. School Social Work with Children in Grades 9 and 10
8. School Social Work with Children in Grades 11 and 12
9. Group Work in the School Setting
10. Violence and Trauma
11. Parental Absence
12. Alcohol and Drug Abuse
13. Death and Loss
14. Working with Noncitizen Populations, with Joyce Kelen
15. Mental Health Services in the Schools
16. Linking Community, Home, and School, with Rosemarie Hunter and Rocio Paredes-Mora

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