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Title: Evidence-Informed Assessment and Practice in Child Welfare
Authors: Wodarski, John S.
Holosko, Michael J.
Feit, Marvin D.
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Springer
Abstract: This practice-oriented text presents evidence-based assessment methods and interventions that have been extensively field tested in child welfare settings. The contributors offer empirical and field insights, comprehensive treatment models, and curricula in key areas such as child maltreatment, substance abuse, parent training, social skills, and youth employment interventions. For the professional reader, the book offers real-world guidance on social work practice, from hiring opportunities within a system to promoting lasting change as families and their issues grow increasingly complex. These chapters also take significant steps toward future improvements in child protection systems as the field evolves toward being more coordinated, effective, and professional.
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