Social Work from a Therapeutic Orientation
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Social Work from a Therapeutic Orientation

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Non-accidental injuries to children usually are caused by parents who are addicted or neglectful of their child's basic needs for nurturance. The road to recovery and optimum health draws from an integrative process of self-awareness along with tools for rehabilitation. Special attention is given to disorders involving narcissistic behavior and attachment and bonding. This book offers the social worker practiced expertise utilizing the know-how of the trained clinician. It comes as a result of over 42,000 face-to-face adult and child interview hours combined in career fields of group work and child abuse investigation and social welfare service. For the recommended treatment discussed here, outcomes were based upon 2,150 adults and 820 children. The system of social work which aims at restoring families to a former optimum level of functioning, spends considerable time monitoring the use of services meant to provide families with alternate information and capable skills in order to greatly decrease the possibility of risk of detriment to children. Social work is a mandated service which modifies living circumstances in order to protect the safety of the child. Its main objective is to produce better decisions in the protective adult and change in the abusive parent through the rendering of therapy, education, treatment and insight into one's own triggers and adaptation to inability to cope. Teaching parents choices for giving children safety within the home environment and in life is the essential outcome.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 220 pages
  • 157.48 x 213.36 x 15.24mm | 317.51g
  • Regent Press
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1587901927
  • 9781587901928