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Social Work with Substance Users

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ISBN-13:
9781446292358
Einband:
EPUB
Seiten:
216
Autor:
Anna Nelson
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Helps social workers to develop a rounded and considered approach to their practice with substances misusers.
This book offers a new approach to help students to understand problematic substance use across a range of social work practice settings. Written from both an anti-discriminatory and evidence-based perspective, the book highlights successful responses to the issues. Each chapter includes reflective exercises and examples of further reading, challenging students to critically reflect on their practice.
The book provides a detailed understanding of:

" Historical and current policy relating to prohibition and drug use

" A range of substances and their potential effects on service users

" Models of best practice including screening and assessment, brief intervention, motivation approaches and relapse prevention

" Particular issues and needs of a diverse range of service user groups

This will be an essential text for social work students taking courses in substance use and addiction. It will also be valuable reading for qualified social workers and students taking related courses across the health and social care field.
PART ONE: HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY CONTEXTA Social History of Problematic Substance UseAnti-Discriminatory/Anti-Oppressive Practice and Partnership Working Substances and Their EffectsPART TWO: DIVERSE POPULATIONSProblematic Substance Use Across the Lifespan Gender and Problematic Substance Use Working with Criminal Justice Service Users Who Have Problematic Substance UseProblematic Substance Use in Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) CommunitiesProblematic Substance Use in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered (LGBT) CommunitiesPART THREE: CONCEPTS AND MODELS FOR SOCIAL WORK PRACTICEScreening AssessmentsHarm Reduction, Abstinence and 'Recovery'Motivational ApproachesRelapse PreventionBrief InterventionsPART FOUR: SOCIA WORK PRACTICE SETTINGSWorking with Problematic Substance Use in Disability Practice SettingsDual Diagnosis: Working with Co-Existing Problems in Mental-Health Practice SettingsParental Problematic Substance Use and Working with FamiliesProblematic Substance Use in HealthCare Settings Pain, HIV and HCV
This book offers a new approach to help students to understand problematic substance use across a range of social work practice settings. Written from both an anti-discriminatory and evidence-based perspective, the book highlights successful responses to the issues. Each chapter includes reflective exercises and examples of further reading, challenging students to critically reflect on their practice.The book provides a detailed understanding of:" Historical and current policy relating to prohibition and drug use " A range of substances and their potential effects on service users " Models of best practice including screening and assessment, brief intervention, motivation approaches and relapse prevention" Particular issues and needs of a diverse range of service user groups This will be an essential text for social work students taking courses in substance use and addiction. It will also be valuable reading for qualified social workers and students taking related courses across the health and social care field.

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