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Neurobiology for Clinical Social Work Theory and Practice by Jeffrey S. Applegate

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Published by W. W. Norton & Company .
Written in English


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Number of Pages248
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Open LibraryOL7454591M
ISBN 100393704203
ISBN 109780393704204

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  Neurobiology for Clinical Social Work book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This research, which explores the ways in whic /5.   Neurobiology for Clinical Social Work corrects this misconception and introduces social workers to the powerful and practical ideas that are coming out of neurobiological research. The research summarized here offers new insights about the crucial role that relationships play in human development and in professional helping : Neurobiology for Clinical Social Work corrects this misconception and introduces social workers to the powerful and practical ideas that are coming out of neurobiological research.\" \"The research summarized here offers new insights about the crucial role that relationships play in human development and in professional helping efforts. His current research and theoretical interests include relational theory, supervision theory, and neurobiology and clinical social work. Dennis has been named a Distinguished Practitioner by the NAP. He maintains a private clinical practice in Northampton, Massachusetts, specializing in individual and couple therapies with survivors of.

Chapter 8 Neurobiology Applied: Affect Dysregulation and its Treatment--Chapter 9 Three Case Studies--Chapter 10 New Directions for Social Work Education (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Explaining the insights of basic brain research for social workers, this book informs them about new findings from research on attachment and neurobiology. The book also features well-chosen case examples that illustrate concepts introduced in the text. Neurobiology for Clinical Social Work, Second Edition accomplishes the almost impossible task of translating complex research into scholarship that is understandable to practitioners at all levels. —Judith Siegel, PhD, LCSW, Editor-in-Chief 5/5(6).   Neurobiology for Clinical Social Work corrects this misconception and introduces social workers to the powerful and practical ideas that are coming out of neurobiological research. The research summarized here offers new insights about the crucial role that relationships play in human development and in professional helping efforts/10().   Neurobiology for Clinical Social Work corrects this misconception and introduces social workers to the powerful and practical ideas that are coming out of neurobiological research. The research summarized here offers new insights about the crucial role that relationships play in human development and in professional helping efforts/5(47).

For example, Applegate and Shapiro published Neurobiology for Clinical Social Work in ; Farmer published Neuroscience and Social Work Practice: The Missing Link in ; and Matto and colleagues published Neuroscience for Social Work: Current Research and Practice in This authored work will serve as the market’s most comprehensive reference on the neurobiology of social behavior. The volume will offer an introduction to neural systems and genetics/epigenetics, followed by detailed study of a wide range of behaviors – aggression, sex and sexual differentiation, mating, parenting, social attachments. Get this from a library! Neurobiology for clinical social work: theory and practice. [Janet R Shapiro; Jeffrey S Applegate] -- The art and science of relationship are at the core of clinical social work. Research in neurobiology adds a new layer to our understanding of the protective benefits of relationship and.   The book also features well-chosen case examples that illustrate concepts introduced in the text. Neurobiology for Clinical Social Work, Second Edition accomplishes the almost impossible task of translating complex research into scholarship that is understandable to Brand: Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.