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Using the strengths perspective in social work practice

Morley D. Glicken

Using the strengths perspective in social work practice

a positive approach for the helping professions

by Morley D. Glicken

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Published by Pearson A & B in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social service -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Resilience (Personality trait)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Morley D. Glicken.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV41 .G64 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 222 p. ;
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18476677M
    ISBN 100205335128
    LC Control Number2003050447

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Strengths Perspective in Social Work Practice, 4/e. CHAPTER ELEVEN USING STRENGTHS-BASED PRACTICE TO TAP THE RESILIENCE OF FAMILIES 1 BONNIE BENARD The last ten years have been pivotal for all strengths-based movements in educa-tion, prevention, and other human services.

We now have considerable research. What is a Strength-Based Approach. The strength-based approach has its foundation in social work. The Strength-Based approach is a “work practice theory” which focuses on an individuals’ self-determination and strength (Strengths-Based Models in Social Work; McCashen, Wayne ()).

The Strengths Perspective in Social Work Practice, 6/e, presents both conceptual and practical elements of the strengths perspective - from learning about and practicing the strengths perspective to using the strengths perspective with older adults, the chronically ill, and substance abusers.

Cited by: Using the Strengths Perspective in Social Work Practice explains the major ideas behind the strengths perspective and then demonstatres through case studies and discussion how helping professionals can apply the strengths perspective in practice. In social work practice, the strengths perspective has emerged as an alternative to the more common pathology-oriented approach to helping clients.

Instead of focusing on clients’ problems and deficits, the strengths perspective centers on clients’ abilities, talents, and resources. The social worker practicing from this approach concentrates wholly on identifying and eliciting the clients.

Get this from a library. Using the strengths perspective in social work practice: a positive approach for the helping professions. [Morley D Glicken]. May 30,  · The strengths perspective and strengths-based approaches offer service providers ways of working that focus on strengths, abilities and potential rather than problems, deficits and pathologies (Chapin, ; Early & GlenMaye, ; Saleebey, d; Weick et al., ).

Since the mid ’s the University of Kansas School of Social Welfare and others have been developing and testing. Using the Strengths-Based Model for Social Work Practice Essay Words 13 Pages Utilizing strengths based perspective with clients enables social workers to focus on the client and family strengths and abilities instead of focusing on the client and family’s problems, bad behaviors and pathologies.

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Implications for Practice. Therapists (and other health professionals, like physicians) are often comfortable and confident in their role as expert.

Effective strengths-based practice requires that we acknowledge that in the life of the people we work with, we are not yet significant.

The Strengths Perspective in social work practice (4th ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon. Here is a link to the article by Peter De Jong and Scott Miller on How To Interview For Client Strengths.

A Strengths-Based Per spective. Chapter A Strengths-Based Perspective The Problem is The Problem – Not the Youth 02 A Shift to a New Paradigm 04 Principles of the Strength-Based Approach 06 Implications of the Strength-Based Approach 07 social work, and.

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Strengths – Stems from the work of Saleeby () – The social worker assumes that the client has multiple strengths. The social worker tries to assess the strengths of the client and emphasizes these strengths in the helping relationship. Feminist – This perspective.

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The book is very research-oriented and includes a great deal of new research on topics such as natural healing in addicted clients, self 4/5(1).May 01,  · Early TJ () Measures for practice with families from a strengths perspective, Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 82, ; Early TJ and Glenmaye LF () Valuing families: Social work practice with families from a .Apr 23,  · The strengths perspective is the ability to look at the client focusing on their strengths over weaknesses.

From a strengths perspective a homeless person. their strengths may be that they have a safe homeless community, have accesss to community.