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Falling through the cracks : psychodynamic practice with vulnerable and oppressed populations / edited by Joan Berzoff
New York : Columbia University Press, c2012
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  HV41 .F255 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Social service -- Psychological aspects
Psychodynamic psychotherapy
Social work with people with social disabilities
Social work with people with mental disabilities
Social work with minorities
Physical Description vii, 439 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Why we need a biopsychosocial perspective with vulnerable, oppressed, and at-risk clients / Joan Berzoff -- Making it thinkable: a psychodynamic approach to the psychosocial problems of prisons and prisoners / Elizabeth Kita -- "We're cool, you and me": a relational approach to clinical social work in the city: psychodynamic psychotherapy within a homeless shelter for formerly incarcerated women and their children / Cara Segal -- If I feel judged by you, I will not trust you: relational practice with addicted mothers / Shelley Cohen Konrad and Jennifer Morton -- Making a difference: psychodynamic views on race and racism / MarĂ­a de Lourdes Mattei -- Navigating the perils of the child welfare system: applying attachment theory in child protective practice / Gregory Bellow -- Holding a mother--holding a baby: psychosocial casework in a clinic for women with high-risk pregnancies / William S. Meyer -- Finding common ground: the perils of sameness and difference in the treatment of lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients / Susanne Bennett -- Full of feelings, disabled, and treatable: working psychodynamically with special-needs adults / Joan C. Dasteel -- Seeing through the eyes of the blind: psychodynamically informed work with persons with low vision / Catherine Orzolek-Kronner and Joan DeSimone -- What did you say? Clinical practice with deaf and hard-of-hearing populations / Carol B. Cohen -- Social care with the severely mentally ill: psychodynamic perspectives / Joel Kanter -- The return from war: templates for trauma and resilience / Jaine Darwin -- Alien to this country: treatment considerations with immigrant bilingual patients / Elfrosini Kokaliari -- when a state becomes a parent: orphanages in a post-totalitarian culture: attachment theory perspective / Galina Markova
Alternate Author Berzoff, Joan

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