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Introduction Chapter 1: An Overview of the Theoretical Information Necessary in the Field of School Social Work Chapter 2: A Typical Day? Chapter 3: Introduction and Definitions: Discussion of the Skills, Techniques, and Essential Practices Chapter 4: Special Education Component and School Social Work Chapter 5: Collaboration and Consultation with Parents, Faculty, Staff, and Administration Chapter 6: Ethical Dilemmas Chapter 7: Proficiency in Working with Cultural Competence Chapter 8: Current Societal Issues Affecting Children in Schools Chapter 9: Engagement, Assessment, and Intervention Skills in the School for Individuals Using Evidence-Based Practice Modalities and Other Practice Methods Chapter 10: Engagement, Assessment, and Intervention Skills in the School for Groups Using a Variety of Practice Methods Chapter 11: Studies, Analysis, and Discussion From an Authentic School Practice Perspective Chapter 12: School Policy, Program Development, and Evaluation Chapter 13: Practice Evaluation Chapter 14: Global Issues in School Social Work Appendixes A-F

About the Author

JoAnn Jarolmen worked as a school social worker for 27 years in elementary, junior high, and high schools and was a therapist in a school for emotionally disturbed children for 3 years. She has been a visiting professor, adjunct professor, senior lecturer, and assistant professor at a number of colleges and universities, including Columbia University School of Social Work, New York University (Rockland Campus) and Dominican College. Her teaching specialty is in the area of school social work and direct practice. She is the author of When a Family Pet Dies: A Parents' Guide to Helping their Children with Loss (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London, England; 2006).

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Cyberbullying, program development for bullying prevention, the Olweus anti-bullying program, PFLAG, conflict resolution and peer mediation are among the topics discussed in School Social Work: A Practical Guide. Researchers will be especially interested in the sections on innovations from abroad. Countries covered include: Canada, Ghana, Japan, Korea, Germany, Hungary, Malta, and the Scandinavian countries. Current problems faced by the world's children are also discussed. Solution focused therapy designed specifically for the schools is one of the guiding frameworks. On the practical side, substance abuse screening tools, a suicide screening tool, survey material, and guidelines for work on behalf of sexual minority students are provided. This book is an much-needed addition to the literature that will be useful for school social workers, social work educators, and researchers on social work with children and youths. -- Katherine S. van Wormer - University of Northern Iowa

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