Social History Assessment

ISBN-10: 1412914132
ISBN-13: 9781412914130
Edition: 2007
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Book details

List price: $77.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/7/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

In the mental health and human service professions, taking a social history assessment??marks the start of most therapeutic interventions. Social History Assessment is the first resource to offer practical guidance about interpreting the social history. Author Arlene Bowers Andrews provides rich resources to assist helping professionals as they gather and???most importantly???interpret information about social relationships in the lives of individuals. Key Features: Focuses on interpreting and making meaning of the social history: Humans are complex creatures. Their biology, psychology, and social relations affect their thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and sensations. This book particularly addresses the personal social history, that is, the interpersonal relationships that have influenced the development of the person during the life course. Offers comprehensive guidance on composing a social history: In addition to numerous case examples and a variety of helpful tools such as genograms and ecomaps, the chapters cover ethical issues, core theories of human behavior in the social environment, tips for comprehensively gathering information about and describing the social history, and guidance regarding interpreting the history. Reaches a multidisciplinary audience: Whether the professional comes from social work, psychology, counseling, psychiatry, nursing, or another health or human service discipline, exploring the client??'s origins helps build rapport and lays the foundation for mutual client-professional assessment. This book offers a common understanding across disciplines of what constitutes an informative social history, with theoretically grounded interpretation, to benefitmultidisciplinary teamwork and the client. Intended Audience: This is an ideal supplemental text for a variety of advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in Social Work Practice, Direct Practice, Interviewing, Human Behavior in the Social Environment, Family Studies, Education (counseling), Psychology (counseling and clinical), and Nursing. It is also an excellent resource for Social Workers, Counselors, and Psychologists.

Preface
The Significance of a Person's Social History
The Professional Lens, Part I Human and Social Development and the Life Course
The Professional Lens, Part II Social Ecology of Human Development and Behavior
Describing the Social History
Making Meaning: Interpreting the Social History
Tools to Aid Social History Development
References

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