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Breaking Out of the Box: Adventure-Based Field Instruction (4th edition)

ISBN : 9780190095307

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¥7,227
Author: 
Kelly Ward; Robin Sakina Mama
Pages
304 Pages
Format
Paperback
Size
156 x 156 mm
Pub date
Jan 2020
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Moving from the classroom to the field is often a daunting transition for social work students. In this new edition of their celebrated text, Kelly Ward and Robin Sakina Mama address student fears and concerns with a straightforward, adventure-based instruction method. Using interactive exercises to integrate cross-curricula content, Breaking Out of the Box, Fourth Edition, encourages students to gain perspective and insight as they navigate field placement and their growing careers. Previous editions of Breaking Out of the Box have been commended for their direct and honest approach to a wide array of concerns shared by social workers and students. The fourth edition returns to this mission with a new chapter on emotional intelligence written with the authors' hands-on and direct approach. The book's exercises allow students to become comfortable using vital social work tools and theories outside of the classroom. Emphasis on individual decision making within group settings fosters independent skills and confidence in addition to proficient group work and leadership skills. In Breaking Out of the Box, Ward and Mama prepare social work students for the full scope of their careers in the field in one crucial text.

Index: 

Welcome to the Field
Chapter 1 Getting Started
Chapter 2 Teamwork: Your Supervisor and You
Chapter 3 Are you people smart?
Chapter 4 Developing the Professional Persona
Chapter 5 Building Professional Relationships
Chapter 6 Expectations and Stereotypes
Chapter 7 Communication: Building Bridges, Not Walls
Chapter 8 Insight into Your Clients' Perceptions
Chapter 9 Put It in Writing!
Chapter 10 Pick a Theory, Any Theory
Chapter 11 Intervention Planning
Chapter 12 Working Together as a Team
Chapter 13 Boundaries: The Invisible Lines of Trust
Chapter 14 Difficult Issues and Difficult Situations
Chapter 15 Self-Evaluation
Chapter 16 Termination and Evaluation of Client Progress
Appendix A: National Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics 2018
Appendix B: Canadian Code of Ethics 2005
Appendix C: Canadian Guidelines for Ethical Practice 2005
Appendix D: Safety and Health Checklist for Home Visits
Appendix E: UNDeclaration of Human Rights
Appendix F: Biopsychosocial Form
Appendix G: Genogram
Appendix H: Process Recording for Individuals and/or Families
References
Index

About the author: 

Kelly Ward, PhD, MSW, BSW has worked as a child care worker, administrator, and private practitioner before entering social work education over 20 years ago. Dr. Ward started her social work career in residential care beginning with an inpatient long term program for adolescents in Newark New Jersey and helping to start a MICA in-patient program for adults. She began her teaching career in 1994 as an Adjunct Professor while working as a clinician in private practice primarily working in addictions with teenagers and their families. She has written in the areas of social work education, as well as substance use and abuse issues. She has a strong passion for social work and teaching. Robin Sakina Mama, PhD, MLSP, MSS, BSW is the Dean of the School of Social Work at Monmouth University, in West Long Branch, New Jersey. A Full Professor at Monmouth, Dr. Mama teaches in the Global and Community Practice concentration of the MSW program. Her teaching and research interests are in human rights,; field education, international social development and international social work. She serves as the representative of the International Federation of Social Workers to the United Nations in New York City and is the Chair of the International Committee of the National Association of Social Workers.

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