eBook Clinical Social Worker Misconduct: Law, Ethics, and Personal Dynamics (Nelson-Hall series in social work) download
by Ronald Bullis
Author: Ronald Bullis
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing; 1 edition (January 1, 1995)
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Clinical Social Worker Misconduct book.
Clinical Social Worker Misconduct book.
This text discusses the law and ethics of clinical social worker misconduct from an interdisciplinary perspective. The Reverend Doctor Bullis examines recent statutes and legal cases that impose civil or criminal liability on social workers for sexual misconduct and harassment.
This article discusses professional ethics in social work, exploring key themes (core values, codes .
This article discusses professional ethics in social work, exploring key themes (core values, codes of ethics, ethical theories, ethical challenges, ethical decision making, and regulation of conduct) in current literature and practice. It considers whether dominant models of social work practice and ethics from the global North should be reconsidered in an international context.
Although infrequent, social workers' misconduct and negligence can lead to. .
Although infrequent, social workers' misconduct and negligence can lead to lawsuits, licensing board complaints, and other disciplinary action. Belinda was a clinical social worker in a prominent mental health center that serves adults, adolescents, and children. She was the clinical director of the center's alternative school, which serves adolescents with behavioral health challenges who have difficulty functioning in traditional schools. The program's staffers provide teens with counseling services as an adjunct to their classroom activities. Ethics and values in social work: An integrated approach for a comprehensive curriculum. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
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Clinical social work is a specialty practice area of social work which focuses on the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental illness, emotional, and other behavioral disturbances. Individual, group and family therapy are common treatment modalities. Social workers who provide these services are required to be licensed or certified at the clinical level in their state of practice. Clinical social workers perform services in a variety of settings including private practice, hospitals, community mental health, primary care, and agencies.
Bullis, Ronald K. 1995. Clinical Social Worker Misconduct: Law, Ethics, and Personal Dynamics. National Association of Social Workers. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company. Kirk, Stuart . ed. 1998. Current Controversies in Social Work Ethics: Case Examples. Reamer, Frederic . 1999.
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The Social Worker in the Hearing Process. 4. Locating and Using The Law. Section II: constitutional and criminal law. 5. Basic Constitutional Concepts and Principles for the Social Worker. 6. Prosecution and Punishment of Adult Offenders. LAW IN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE reveals the connection between law and social work as perhaps no other has before.
Ethics and Values in Social Work. Social workers should also be aware of malpractice (tort) laws that identify when a social worker may be legally responsible for causing harm to a client if they perform their professional duties in a manner that falls below a reasonable standard of care. Fathering Among Families Served By Child Welfare. Finally, some social workers practice in forensic settings, providing investigations, evaluation, expert testimony, and treatment for clients involved in court or other legal systems. Such settings include probation, parole, prison, child custody evaluation, and involuntary committal to mental health institutions.