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作者 Apgar, Dawn, PhD, LSW, ACSW
書名 Social Work ASWB Bachelors Exam Guide, Second Edition : A Comprehensive Study Guide for Success
出版項 New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2017
©2018
國際標準書號 9780826147165 (electronic bk.)
9780826147158
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說明 1 online resource (422 pages)
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附註 Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- New in the Second Edition -- Share Social Work ASWB® Bachelors Exam Guide: A Comprehensive Study Guide for Success, Second Edition -- Introduction -- About the Examination -- 10 Things That You Should Know About the ASWB Examinations -- Test-Taking Strategies and Tips -- 10 Essential Strategies for Study Success -- 20 Tips You Need to Use to Answer Questions Correctly -- Dealing With Test Anxiety -- Examination Content -- Visual Learners -- Auditory Learners -- Kinesthetic or Hands-On Learners -- Self-Assessment -- Unit I: Human Development, Diversity, and Behavior in the Environment (25%) -- Chapter 1: Human Growth and Development -- Theories of Human Development Throughout the Lifespan (e.g., Physical, Social, Emotional, Cognitive, Behavioral) -- The Indicators of Normal and Abnormal Physical, Cognitive, Emotional, and Sexual Development Throughout the Lifespan -- Theories of Sexual Development Throughout the Lifespan -- Theories of Spiritual Development Throughout the Lifespan -- Theories of Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Development Throughout the Lifespan -- The Effects of Physical, Mental, and Cognitive Disabilities Throughout the Lifespan -- The Interplay of Biological, Psychological, Social, and Spiritual Factors -- Basic Human Needs -- The Principles of Attachment and Bonding -- The Effect of Aging on Biopsychosocial Functioning -- The Impact of Aging Parents on Adult Children -- Gerontology -- Personality Theories -- Theories of Conflict -- Factors Influencing Self-Image (e.g., Culture, Race, Religion/Spirituality, Age, Disability, Trauma) -- Body Image and Its Impact (e.g., Identity, Self-Esteem, Relationships, Habits) -- Parenting Skills and Capacities -- Chapter 2: Human Behavior in the Social Environment -- The Family Life Cycle
Family Dynamics and Functioning and the Effects on Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities -- Theories of Couples Development -- The Impact of Physical and Mental Illness on Family Dynamics -- Psychological Defense Mechanisms and Their Effects on Behavior and Relationships -- Addiction Theories and Concepts -- Systems and Ecological Perspectives and Theories -- Role Theories -- Theories of Group Development and Functioning -- Theories of Social Change and Community Development -- The Dynamics of Interpersonal Relationships -- Models of Family Life Education in Social Work Practice -- Strengths-Based and Resilience Theories -- Chapter 3: Diversity, Social/Economic Justice, and Oppression -- Feminist Theory -- The Effect of Disability on Biopsychosocial Functioning Throughout the Lifespan -- The Effect of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity on Behaviors, Attitudes, and Identity -- The Effects of Discrimination and Stereotypes on Behaviors, Attitudes, and Identity -- The Influence of Sexual Orientation on Behaviors, Attitudes, and Identity -- The Impact of Transgender and Transitioning Process on Behaviors, Attitudes, Identity, and Relationships -- Systemic (Institutionalized) Discrimination (e.g., Racism, Sexism, Ageism) -- The Principles of Culturally Competent Social Work Practice -- Sexual Orientation Concepts -- Gender and Gender Identity Concepts -- The Impact of Social Institutions on Society -- The Effect of Poverty on Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities -- The Impact of the Environment (e.g., Social, Physical, Cultural, Political, Economic) on Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities -- Person-in-Environment (PIE) Theory -- Social and Economic Justice -- Criminal Justice Systems
The Effects of Life Events, Stressors, and Crises on Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities -- The Impact of the Political Environment on Policy-Making -- Unit II: Assessment (29%) -- Chapter 4: Biopsychosocial History and Collateral Data -- The Components of a Biopsychosocial Assessment -- The Components and Function of the Mental Status Examination -- Biopsychosocial Responses to Illness and Disability -- Biopsychosocial Factors Related to Mental Health -- The Indicators of Psychosocial Stress -- Basic Medical Terminology -- The Indicators of Mental and Emotional Illness Throughout the Lifespan -- The Types of Information Available From Other Sources (e.g., Agency, Employment, Medical, Psychological, Legal, or School Records) -- Chapter 5: Assessment Methods and Techniques -- The Factors and Processes Used in Problem Formulation -- Methods of Involving Clients/Client Systems in Problem Identification (e.g., Gathering Collateral Information) -- Techniques and Instruments Used to Assess Clients/Client Systems -- Methods to Incorporate the Results of Psychological and Educational Tests Into Assessment -- Communication Theories and Styles -- The Concept of Congruence in Communication -- Risk Assessment Methods -- Methods to Assess the Client's/Client System's Strengths, Resources, and Challenges (e.g., Individual, Family, Group, Organization, Community) -- The Indicators of Motivation, Resistance, and Readiness to Change -- Methods to Assess Motivation, Resistance, and Readiness to Change -- Methods to Assess the Client's/Client System's Communication Skills -- Methods to Assess the Client's/Client System's Coping Abilities -- The Indicators of Client's/Client System's Strengths and Challenges -- Methods Used to Assess Trauma -- Placement Options Based on Assessed Level of Care
The Effects of Addiction and Substance Abuse on Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities -- The Indicators of Addiction and Substance Abuse -- Co-Occurring Disorders and Conditions -- The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psyciatric Association -- The Indicators of Behavioral Dysfunction -- The Indicators of Somatization -- The Indicators of Feigning Illness -- Common Psychotropic and Non-Psychotropic Prescriptions and Over-the-Counter Medications and Their Side Effects -- Chapter 6: Concepts of Abuse and Neglect -- Indicators and Dynamics of Abuse and Neglect Throughout the Lifespan -- The Effects of Physical, Sexual, and Psychological Abuse on Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities -- The Indicators, Dynamics, and Impact of Exploitation Across the Lifespan (e.g., Financial, Immigration Status, Sexual Trafficking) -- The Characteristics of Perpetrators of Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation -- Unit III: Interventions With Clients/Client Systems (26%) -- Chapter 7: Indicators and Effects of Crisis and Change -- The Impact of Out-of-Home Placement (e.g., Hospitalization, Foster Care, Residential Care, Criminal Justice System) on Clients/Client Systems -- The Impact of Stress, Trauma, and Violence -- Theories of Trauma-Informed Care -- Crisis Intervention Theories -- The Indicators of Traumatic Stress and Violence -- The Impact of Out-of-Home Displacement (e.g., Natural Disaster, Homelessness, Immigration) on Clients/Client Systems -- The Indicators and Risk Factors of the Client's/Client System's Danger to Self and Others -- Methods and Approaches to Trauma-Informed Care -- The Impact of Caregiving on Families -- The Dynamics and Effects of Loss, Separation, and Grief -- Chapter 8: Intervention Processes and Techniques
The Principles and Techniques of Interviewing (e.g., Supporting, Clarifying, Focusing, Confronting, Validating, Feedback, Reflecting Language Differences, Use of Interpreters, Redirecting) -- Methods to Involve Clients/Client Systems in Intervention Planning -- Cultural Considerations in the Creation of an Intervention Plan -- The Criteria Used in the Selection of Intervention/Treatment Modalities (e.g., Client/Client System Abilities, Culture, Life Stage) -- The Components of Intervention, Treatment, and Service Plans -- Psychotherapies -- The Impact of Immigration, Refugee, or Undocumented Status on Service Delivery -- Discharge, Aftercare, and Follow-Up Planning -- The Phases of Intervention and Treatment -- The Principles and Techniques for Building and Maintaining a Helping Relationship -- The Client's/Client System's Role in the Problem-Solving Process -- Problem-Solving Models and Approaches (e.g., Brief, Solution-Focused Methods or Techniques) -- Methods to Engage and Motivate Clients/Client Systems -- Methods to Engage and Work With Involuntary Clients/Client Systems -- Methods to Obtain and Provide Feedback -- The Principles of Active Listening and Observation -- Verbal and Nonverbal Communication Techniques -- Limit Setting Techniques -- The Technique of Role Play -- Role Modeling Techniques -- Methods to Obtain Sensitive Information (e.g., Substance Abuse, Sexual Abuse) -- Techniques for Harm Reduction for Self and Others -- Methods to Teach Coping and Other Self-Care Skills to Clients/Client Systems -- Client/Client System Self-Monitoring Techniques -- Methods to Develop, Review, and Implement Crisis Plans -- Methods of Conflict Resolution -- Crisis Intervention and Treatment Approaches -- Anger Management Techniques -- Stress Management Techniques -- Cognitive and Behavioral Interventions
Strengths-Based and Empowerment Strategies and Interventions
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
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