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Neuroscience for social work : current research and practice / [edited by] Holly C. Matto, Jessica Strolin-Goltzman, Michelle Ballan
Production, publication, distribution, manufacture, copyright New York, NY : Springer Publishing Company, LLC, [2014]
book jacket
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 4th Floor  RA418 .N48 2014    AVAILABLE
Gift from Marc A. Blais
Subject(s) Social service -- Methods
Physical Description xxvi, 387 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Introduction / Holly Matto, Jessica Strolin-Goltzman, and Michelle Ballan -- Your brain on empathy : implications for social work practice / Karen Gerdes, Elizabeth Segal and Jordan K. Harmon -- Mirror neurons / Rosemary L. Farmer -- Use of meditative dialogue to cultivate compassion and empathy with survivors of complex childhood trauma / Susan A. Lord -- Traumatic stress response transactions on development / Jose Carbajal and Regina T.P. Aguirre -- F.I.T. camp : a biopsychosocial model of positive youth development for at-risk adolescents / Raquel Warley, De'Shay Thomas, and Monica Harris -- Effects of child maltreatment on brain development / Kya Fawley-King and Emily C. Merz -- The role of neurobiology in social work practice with youth transitioning from foster care / Wendy Smith -- How neuroscience can inform educational practices for youth involved in the child welfare system / Haley Woodside-Jiron, Jessica Strolin-Goltzman, and Jesse C. Suter -- Using neuroscience to inform social work practices in schools for children with disabilities / Cristina Mogro-Wilson -- Management of violence and aggression in schools / Alexa Smith-Osborne -- Substance abuse / Holly C. Matto, Suzanne Brown, and Michelle S. Ballan -- Targeting transdiagnostic processes in clinical practice through mindfulness : cognitive, affective, and neurobiological perspectives / Eric L. Garland, Jaclyn Williams, Hillary Gale, Amber Kelly, and Matthew O. Howard -- Toxic stress and brain development in young homeless children / Nathan Hutto and Julianne Viola -- Traumatic brain injury and military families / Alexa Smith-Osborne -- Major depression is systemic inflammation / Jill Littrell -- Neuroscience of risk-taking in adolescence / Michelle Evans-Chase -- Neurodevelopmental approaches to understanding and working with adolescents in the juvenile justice system / George S. Leibowitz -- Adult criminal justice system / Elizabeth D. Hutchison
NOTE Gift from Marc A. Blais, 2013
Alternate Author Matto, Holly C
Strolin-Goltzman, Jessica
Ballan, Michelle S
Library donation, 2013

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