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Published: 08 September 2016

592 Pages | 55 exhibits


ISBN: 9780190211011

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Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis in Social Work Practice

Third Edition

Jacqueline Corcoran and Joseph Walsh

  • Balances the DSM and social work person-in-environment perspectives.
  • Uses biopsychosocial risk and resilience framework to explain how disorders develop and how persons may adjust or recover.
  • Employs in-depth cases to apply diagnosis and the social work perspective.
  • Covers evidence-based treatment.
  • Offers a critique of the DSM and the medical model is for each disorder.
  • Presents a case study for each disorder.

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