Originally published in 1987, here are up-to-the-minute insights and perspectives on the application of the principles of behavioralism to social work practice. The foremost authorities in the field of behavioral social work provided important empirically based practice and qualitative research findings that effectively illustrated the validity of behavioral approaches to social work. This practical volume features original research findings that employ either conventional group research methods or single-subject approaches to practice evaluation; comprehensive reviews of the state of the art in behavioral social work; and treatment modalities, including individual, marital and family, and group interventions. All in all, this title has the information professionals needed to keep abreast of the developments in this field at the time.
Progress in Behavioral Social Work: An Introduction Bruce A. Thyer and Walter W. Hudson 1. Behavioral Treatment of Chronic Psychiatric Patients Stephen E. Wong, James E. Woolsey and Estrella Gallegos 2. Research in Behavioral Parent Training in Social Work: A Review Richard A. Polster, Richard F. Dangel and Robert Rasp 3. Behavioral Social Work with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Gail Steketee 4. Life Skills Counseling for Preventing Problems in Adolescence Lewayne D. Gilchrist, Steven Paul Schinke and Josie Solseng Maxwell 5. Treatment Compliance in Social Work Rona L. Levy 6. Clinical Research in Sexual Dysfunctions: Social Work Contributions Dianne F. Harrison 7. Evaluating a Social Learning Approach to Teaching Adolescents About Alcohol and Driving: A Multiple Variable Evaluation John S. Wodarski 8. Unilateral Family Therapy with the Spouses of Alcoholics Edwin J. Thomas, Cathleen Santa, Denise Bronson and Daphna Oyserman 9. The Empirical Evaluation of Clinical Practice: A Survey of Four Groups of Practitioners James M. Cheatham 10. Medical Social Work Management of Urinary Incontinence in the Elderly: A Behavioral Approach Elsie M. Pinkston, Michael W. Howe, and Donald K. Blackman.
Psychiatry is a medical field concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental health conditions. Routledge Library Editions: Psychiatry (24 Volume set) brings together titles, originally published between 1958 and 1997. The set demonstrates the varied nature of mental health and how we as a society deal with it. Covering a number of areas including child and adolescent psychiatry, alternatives to psychiatry, the history of mental health and psychiatric epidemiology.