Download e-book for iPad: Advanced Generalist Social Work Practice by David S. Derezotes

By David S. Derezotes

ISBN-10: 0803955995

ISBN-13: 9780803955998

This ebook describes a complicated generalist method of direct social paintings perform with members, undefined, households, and teams. Intervention paradigms that come with psychodynamic, cognitive/behavioral/communications, experiential/humanistic, existential and transpersonal are provided because the 4 assets of social paintings.

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As they mature, they become more tolerant of alternative beliefs and views. Such clients often have a vast "cognitive landscape," in that they seem to have imaginative and profound inner worlds of thought. For example, a 46-year-old woman comes to a family counseling clinic complaining about symptoms of depression. She is a mother of two children and is a professor at a local college. In the first session, she tells the worker, CCI want you to write a letter to my physician so that he will give me a prescription for an antidepressant.

The observing self state also allows a person to go into meditative and other altered states of consciousness. However, if a person is always functioning at the observing self level, he may be unable to relax and play or to complete the everyday tasks necessary to survive independently in the larger society. For example, a worker sees a 50-year-old man who reports in the first session that he thinks he is having a midlife crisis. The man went through a divorce 2 years ago and now lives with his three children in an apartment downtown.

The worker may unrealistically expect to have overwhelming collaborating evidence in support of intuited knowledge. • The worker may confuse intuitive knowing with ideas based more upon impulsiveness, image making, or rebelliousness. • The worker currently suffers from various life Stressors, such as fatigue, illness, and life transitions that interfere with knowing. External obstacles to intuition may include the following: • The worker is afraid of censure by agency, institution, or other external authority.

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