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Test Bank for Generalist Social Work Practice Gasker

Downloadable Instructor Test Bank for Generalist Social Work Practice By Janice Gasker, ISBN: 9781506379197, ISBN: 9781544388892, ISBN: 9781544374987

Table Of Content

Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Author
PART I. CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS
Chapter 1. Introduction to Generalist Social Work

Section 1.1: The Uniqueness of the Social Work Profession

Section 1.2: Generalist Social Work Practice

Section 1.3: Characteristics of Generalist Social Work Practice

Section 1.4: Historical Development of Social Work

Section 1.5: Social Work Competencies

Section 1.6: Review and Apply

Chapter 2. Multisystem Practice

Section 2.1: Theory in Social Work

Section 2.2: The Planned Change Process

Section 2.3: Phases of Social Process

Section 2.4: Diversity

Section 2.5: Review and Apply

Chapter 3. Values, Ethics, and Diversity

Section 3.1: Why a Focus on the Worker?

Section 3.2: How Do We Develop a Professional Use of Self?

Section 3.3: Aspects of Diversity

Section 3.4: The Code of Ethics

Section 3.5: What Is an Ethical Dilemma?

Section 3.6: Review and Apply

PART II. THE PLANNED CHANGE PROCESS
Chapter 4. Self-Reflection

Section 4.1: Self-Reflection

Section 4.2: Developing Cultural Humility

Section 4.3: The Method of Self-Reflection

Section 4.4: Developing Empathy

Section 4.5: Supervision

Section 4.6: Barriers to Supervision

Section 4.7: Self-Care

Section 4.8: Review and Apply

Chapter 5. Engagement

Section 5.1: Engagement

Section 5.2: The Relationship

Section 5.3: Process Awareness

Section 5.4: The Opening Statement

Section 5.5: Vulnerability in Engagement

Section 5.6: Review and Apply

Chapter 6. Assessment

Section 6.1: Assessment and Multisystem Practice

Section 6.2: Evidence-Based Practice

Section 6.3: The Practice of Multisystem Practice

Section 6.4: First Steps in Assessment

Section 6.5: Multisystem Assessment in Practice

Section 6.6: The Genogram

Section 6.7: Ecomaps

Section 6.8: Review and Apply

Chapter 7. Planning

Section 7.1: Assessment and Multisystem Practice

Section 7.2: Smith Family Genogram

Section 7.3: Smith Family Ecomap

Section 7.4: Establishing Goals

Section 7.5: Developing Goals

Section 7.6: Planning Process Example

Section 7.7: Review and Apply

Chapter 8. Implementation

Section 8.1: Implementation

Section 8.2: The Middle Stage of Social Process

Section 8.3: Implementation Interviews

Section 8.4: Implementation Methods

Section 8.5: Review and Apply

Chapter 9. Evaluation, Termination, and Follow-Up

Section 9.1: Evaluation in Planned Change

Section 9.2: Three Types of Evaluation

Section 9.3: Goal Attainment

Section 9.4: Termination

Section 9.5: Follow-Up

Section 9.6: Review and Apply

PART III. PRACTICE ACROSS SYSTEMS
Chapter 10. Roles and Skills in Work With Individuals

Section 10.1: Generalist Social Work With Individuals

Section 10.2: The Social Work Role of Educator

Section 10.3: The Social Work Role of Counselor

Section 10.4: The Social Work Role of Supporter

Section 10.5: The Social Work Role of Advocate

Section 10.6: The Social Work Role of Learner

Section 10.7: Review and Apply

Chapter 11. Roles and Skills in Work With Families

Section 11.1: The Family-in-Environment Perspective

Section 11.2: Interactions Within Families

Section 11.3: The Social Work Role of Mediator

Section 11.4: The Social Work Role of Family Facilitator

Section 11.5: Financial Capacity Building With Families

Section 11.6: Crisis Intervention With Families

Section 11.7: Review and Apply

Chapter 12. Roles and Skills in Work With Groups

Section 12.1: Social Work With Groups

Section 12.2: Different Types of Groups

Section 12.3: Individual Roles in Groups

Section 12.4: Group Process

Section 12.5: The Social Work Role of Mediator

Section 12.6: The Social Work Role of Group Facilitator

Section 12.7: Review and Apply

Chapter 13. Roles and Skills in Work With Organizations

Section 13.1: The Nature of Organizations

Section 13.2: Aspects of Organizations

Section 13.3: Planned Change in Organizations

Section 13.4: The Social Work Role of Organizational Change Agent

Section 13.5: The Social Work Role of Supervisor

Section 13.6: Review and Apply

Chapter 14. Roles and Skills in Work With Communities

Section 14.1: Social Work in Communities

Section 14.2: Planned Change in Communities

Section 14.3: The Social Work Role of Community Change Agent

Section 14.4: The Social Work Role of Advocate

Section 14.5: Review and Apply

PART IV. COMPLEMENTARY COMPETENCIES
Chapter 15. Case Management, Technology, and Documentation

Section 15.1: Ethics in Case Management

Section 15.2: The Social Work Role of Case Manager

Section 15.3: The Social Work Role of Broker

Section 15.4: Interdisciplinary Practice

Section 15.5: Ethical Use of Technology in Social Work

Section 15.6: Ethical Documentation

Section 15.7: Review and Apply

Appendix
Index