2 edition of Differential diagnosis and treatment insocial work found in the catalog.
Previous ed., 1976.Includes bibliographies and index.
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|Pagination||xvi, 78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Investing of more time in study has been found to be frustrating to the client who seeks immediate help with the presenting problem. Lee, DSW, Dmin, is Professor Emerita at the University of Connecticut School of Social work.
Cultural: Are there marked cultural or sub-cultural differences within the system family or other units or between the relevant systems? Some organic conditions, such as hyperthyroidism or hormonal irregularities, manifest behavioral symptoms that are similar to mental disorders. During the reorganisation and reintegration period, ego picks up new adaptive styles and new techniques and becomes richer to tackle similar situations in future.
Types of Diagnosis: The person-in-his-situation can be understood and described from dynamic, etiological and clinical angles. The same is true of a patient who is suffering from a mental disorder. Program Director at the University of Northern Iowa.
Caplan 1951 sees a crisis occurring when an individual faces an obstacle to achieving his important life goals, which is for the time being, insurmountable by means of customary methods of problem-solving. The person in crisis is usually helped by the people of his own group. Formerly she was the Director of the Doctoral Program.
ADVERTISEMENTS: Why Diagnosis: The client seeks help to solve his problems. The first three of the processes, viz.
ADVERTISEMENTS: It is carried out through interview with the client, home visits, consultation of records and collateral contacts. In terms of clinical diagnosis, we will discuss the two main classification systems used around the world — the DSM-5 and ICD-10.
Dennis has been named a Distinguished Practitioner with the National Academies of Social Work. Images are produced that yield information about the functioning of the brain.
Intake procedures are not followed in formal way in most of the welfare agencies.
Though most of the techniques enlisted by Hollis 1972 and others are useful in helping the client, provision of protective concrete services and partialisation of the problem, involvement of the supportive social network and catharsis may prove more useful in crisis situations caused by sudden occurrence of hazardous events.