6 edition of Social work with abused and neglected children found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Kathleen Coulborn Faller.|
|Contributions||Faller, Kathleen Coulborn.|
|LC Classifications||HV713 .S62|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 268 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||81066328|
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Social Work with Abused and Neglected Children [Faller, Kathleen Coulborn] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Social Work with Abused and Neglected ChildrenAuthor: Kathleen Coulborn Faller. Whether abused children number only a few or many on your caseload, this is a handbook to which you will often refer over the years.
The Handbook for the Treatment of Abused and 4/4(1). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Social work with abused and neglected children. New York: Free Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type. Direct Work with Emotionally Abused and Neglected Children and Young People. Introduction.
Play Therapy. Promoting Resilience. Social-Skills Training. Author: Dorota Iwaniec. Social Work with Abused and Neglected Children: A Manual of Interdisciplinary Practice by Kathleen Coulborn Faller and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available.
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Dorota Iwaniec is Emeritus Professor of Social Work and former Director of the Institute of Child Care Research at Queen’s University Belfast (she retired in ). Professor Iwaniec is well-known for her extensive research and writing in the areas of emotional abuse and neglect and failure to thrive in children.
Get this from a library. Social work with abused and neglected children: a manual of interdisciplinary practice. [Kathleen Coulborn Faller;]. SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE WITH ABUSED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN AND FAMILIES I.
STANDARDIZED COURSE DESCRIPTION This course examines from a variety of theoretical frameworks the factors, indicators, and dynamics associated with child maltreatment, including physical abuse, assessment orientation, with a child-focused, family-centered strengths approach.
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Social Work and Protection of Abused and Neglected Children. of responsibility on their strategies in cases of father-daughter sexual abuse. Social workers read three vignettes illustrating. Social workers play a vital role in helping physically and sexually abused children.
In order to play this role, they need knowledge about the nature of the problem: (1) legal definitions of physical and sexual abuse, (2) its incidence and prevalence, and (3) its signs and symptoms.
Social Workers and Child Abuse Reporting discusses the legal issues social workers confront when dealing with situations of child abuse and neglect. It provides practitioners with an authoritative overview of the crucial issues presented by child abuse and neglect cases. All social workers whose practices involve children and families will want to have this invaluable resource on their shelves.
Child Welfare Social Worker. Child welfare social workers help abused and/neglected children and their families.
They conduct home visits to assess the safety of children in their current environments, determine whether a child must be removed from his environment and placed in temporary custody, place children with foster families and evaluate whether a child can be returned to his natural.
Aggression is a primary characteristic of physically abused children noted in the literature. The development of aggression in the normal child is traced and viewed in relation to the maltreated child.
Some special dynamics of the abuse situation are identified and the affects on the perception of the abused child are suggested. Examples of abused children's aggressive behaviors in treatment. Early intervention is key in child neglect cases than those in other forms of ill treatment and abuse.
Though there is growing evidence that the impact of neglect on a child's development and. Child abuse and neglect is recognized as one of the major social problems facing modern society today. An increase in the theory and research into causes and treatment has resulted in the growth of practical knowledge derived from the fields of psychiatry, psychology, education, sociology, social work, and related professions.
Direct Work with Emotionally Abused and Neglected Children and Young People. Introduction. Play Therapy. Promoting Resilience. Social-Skills Training.
Assertiveness Training. The Jug of Loving Water. Case Study. Summary. Helping Parents and Families. Introduction. Counselling. Family Therapy.
Psychoeducation. Child welfare agencies were created to promote the safety and well-being of children. They investigate cases of family violence, child abuse, and neglect, and when necessary, they take protective action.
The goal of social workers is to keep children with their families when it is deemed safe and to provide them with a safe environment when. Neglect presents social workers with many uncertainties. Current procedures in children's services are too focused on elaborate child in need assessments - which tend to lose sight of consideration of circumstances that might amount to child neglect.
In some ways core abuse can be easier to detect and prove than neglectful behaviour.