Psychology and social care /
An introduction to psychology for social care professionals, this comprehensive and accessible textbook will be invaluable to both students and practitioners. It identifies central developments in psychology which underlie current patterns of need in the social care sectors. The areas covered relate...
|Imprint:||London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999.|
|Description:||1 online resource (543 pages) : illustrations|
|Subject:||Social service -- Psychological aspects.|
PSYCHOLOGY -- Reference.
Social service -- Psychological aspects.
Social Welfare & Social Work.
Social Welfare & Social Work - General.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11108919|
- INTRODUCTION: How Will this Book Help Me?
- Is Psychology Relevant to Social Care Professionals in Practice?
- What Theoretical Perspectives do Psychologists Use?
- How do Psychologists Investigate Human Functioning?
- How Will this Book Help Me?
- Further Reading
- Useful Addresses - References - Acknowledgement
- WORKING IN ORGANIZATIONS AND SOCIETY: Introduction
- Models of Organizations, an Introduction for Social Care Professionals
- Occupational Stress
- 'Sensitive' to 'Race' and Ethnicity? The Intersection of Social Work, Psychology and Politics
- WORKING WITH CLIENTS GENERAL ISSUES: Introduction
- Risk Assessment and Decision Making
- Pitfalls in Interviewing A Psychological Perspective
- Working with Families
- Working with Groups
- Prejudice and Discrimination Individual Approaches
- Prejudice and Discrimination Group Approaches
- The Psychology of Ageing
- WORKING WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE: Introduction
- Communication, Bonding, Attachment and Separation
- The Prediction of Individual Development
- Physical and Sensory Disabilities in Childhood
- People with Learning Disabilities
- Child Abuse Theories and Research
- Child Abuse Parenting, Identification and Treatment
- Adolescents and Society
- WORKING WITH CLIENTS SPECIFIC ISSUES: Introduction
- Psychological Problems Alternative Perspectives on their Explanation and Treatment
- Crime and Crime Prevention
- Substance Use, Abuse and Dependence
- Psychological Impact of HIV Disease
- Brain Damage
- Dementia in Older People
- Dying and Bereavement