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By Dr. Tina Maschi PhD LCSW ACSW, Dr. Carolyn Bradley PhD LCSW LCADC, Kelly Ward PhD LCSW LCADC

"[T]his publication presents useful perform information in addition as...interviewing and evaluation tips....[A]n important resource of knowledge for college students, practitioners, researchers and educators." -Karen M. Sowers, PhD Dean, collage of Tennessee collage of Social paintings despite their box of perform, all social employees needs to know the way felony matters influence the monetary, mental, emotional, and social issues that their consumers face. but felony concerns are not often built-in in social paintings schooling in a significant and functional approach. for this reason, it's primary that social employees achieve the interdisciplinary wisdom of the legislation and rules that impact their buyer populations. This groundbreaking textual content broadens the normal definition of forensic social paintings to incorporate the criminal matters encountered in all social paintings settings-family and social companies, schooling, baby welfare, psychological health and wellbeing, habit therapy, juvenile and legal structures, and immigration prone. Advocating a collaborative process, this publication will permit social employees to navigate the complicated social and criminal concerns that have an effect on their consumers. comprises discussions of the typical felony matters all social staff face: easy methods to aid meet simple buyer wishes similar to source of revenue, nutrition, and defend rules and perform with sufferers of violence the connection among institution social paintings and the legislations review and remedy of kid abuse and forget The felony wishes of consumers with psychological well-being and dependancy matters Forensic perform in juvenile and felony justice platforms potent perform with immigrants, refugees, and sufferers of human trafficking electronic instructor's fabrics to be had upon request. e-mail marketing@springerpub.com to realize instant entry to: Forensic Interviewing most sensible Practices pattern Psychiatric evaluate pattern fast Psychosocial evaluation record pattern Syllabus for Forensic Social paintings classes Strengths-based Psychosocial evaluate and therapy making plans define

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Bartlett, 1970). ” We argue that expanding the definition of a “social environment” to include a “justice environment” is necessary for achieving positive outcomes consistent with the dual mission of social work. Advancing a Social Justice Systems Perspective The Social and Justice Environments The social environment is often viewed as the place in which person-in-environment interactions occur (Zastrow & Kirst-Ashman, 2004). However, although the social environment is commonly viewed as omnipresent, the justice environment is equally present.

Our foremothers saw that advocating for their “clients” meant advocating for systemic reform, as they collaborated to apply a two-pronged approach to social welfare: individual and social change. This bifurcation of social action weaves throughout the history of forensic social work. In today’s sociolegal environment, the duality becomes a continuum of options for intervention, as social workers offer an integrated approach for clients across diverse settings. Chapter 3 assists social workers with conceptualizing their practice within and across multiple service systems.

Thus, the impact of the law on a client may have positive or negative effects. For example, an individual with disabilities may win a court case for job discrimination based on legal protections inherent in the Americans with Disabilities Act. This is an example of how a law provided positive protections for this individual. In contrast, a single mother being released from prison on a controlled-dangerous-substance offense is denied public assistance based on a law that denies benefits to individuals with prior drug charges.

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