Bibliographic Details

Forensic social work : psychosocial and legal issues in diverse practice settings / editors, Tina Maschi, Carolyn Bradley, Kelly Ward.

Imprint New York : Springer Pub. Co., c2009.
Description xvii, 398 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Language English
Subject Social workers -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States.
Forensic sociology -- United States.
Evidence, Expert -- United States.
Evidence, Expert.
Social legislation.
Social workers -- Legal status, laws, etc.
United States.
Format Print, Book
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/7791364
Other authors / contributors Maschi, Tina.
Bradley, Carolyn.
Ward, Kelly, LCSW.
ISBN 9780826118578 (alk. paper)
0826118577 (alk. paper)
9780826118585 (ebook)
0826118585 (ebook)
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
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505 0 |a Defining collaborative forensic social work with diverse populations / Tina Maschi and Mary Lou Killian -- A history of forensic social work in the United States / Mary Lou Killian and Tina Maschi -- Visualizing forensic social work and collaborative practice : a social justice systems approach / Tina Maschi and Mary Lou Killian -- Understanding civil and criminal law / Christine Heer -- From intervention roles to multidisciplinary practice / Laura Kelly, Nora Smith, and Sandy Gibson -- The family and social work practice / Nancy J. Mezey and Rebecca Sanford -- Social services : meeting basic human needs of income, food, and shelter / Anne Sparks -- Assisting female victims of intimate partner violence : the role of victim advocates / Marie Mele -- Forensic practice with older adult victims of abuse / Janet Mahoney and Morris Saldov -- Education, social work, and the law / Carolyn Bradley, Rosemary Richards, and Regina Doyle -- Building bridges : school reentry of incarcerated juveniles / Lauri Goldkind and Paul Hirschfield -- Child welfare / Nora Smith -- Forensic interviewing for child sexual abuse / Kenneth J. Lau and Eileen C. Treacy -- Mental health and addictions : legal and ethical issues for practice / Carolyn Bradley and Kelly Ward -- "Order in the drug court" : understanding the intersection of substance abuse and law / Keith Morgen, Lauren Gunneson, and Lisa Maietta -- Women at risk : legal involvement among mothers in addiction treatment / Nancy M. Violette, Thomas J. Morgan, and Audrey Redding-Raines -- Suicide-prevention programming in the jail setting / Schnavia Smith Hatcher -- Juvenile justice and social work / Tina Maschi ... [et al.] -- Prisons as a practice setting / Rebecca Sanford and Johanna Foster -- Reentry in the twenty-first century / Patricia O'Brien -- The disproportionate legislative waiver of minority youth into the criminal justice system / Leon Banks, Schnavia Smith Hatcher, and Edward A. Risler -- Restorative justice : what social workers need to know / Katherine van Wormer -- Human rights : implications for social work / Rosemary A. Barbera -- Calling some "illegal" : practice considerations in work with undocumented immigrants / Carol Cleaveland -- Collaborative forensic social work with refugees / Mary Kay Jou and Leah K. Lazzaro -- Human rights issues and research with prisoners and other vulnerable populations : where does evidence-based practice go from here? / Sandy Gibson. 
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