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Allen Rubin, Danielle E Parrish, Christina E Miyawaki
The efficacy of reminiscence and life review (LR) therapy in alleviating depression among older adults is well established. However, providers in nonresearch settings might implement these interventions inadequately, and such settings rarely can evaluate their outcomes using control groups. Alternatively, evaluators in such settings can calculate a within-group effect size and then compare it with average within-group effect size benchmarks derived from the randomized clinical trials (RCTs) supporting the intervention's effectiveness...
November 14, 2018: Social Work
Tricia B Bent-Goodley
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November 14, 2018: Social Work
Michael E Woolley, Geoffrey L Greif
For a mother-in-law (MIL) and daughter-in-law (DIL), the benefits of maintaining a close relationship weave through other central family relationships. Those relationship triangles start with one's son, who is the other's husband, and echo through the raising of any grandchildren from the marriage. The current study examined the factors that related to MIL reports of having a close relationship with her DIL. Using survey data gathered from 267 MILs authors report on a regression model that included six factors that predicted closeness...
November 5, 2018: Social Work
L Christian Carr, Patrick Leung, Monit Cheung
The 2018 proposed Family First Prevention Services Act suggests a change in the funding formula of Title IV-E of the Social Security Act-from entitlement to block grants. This study aimed to support the continuation of entitlement support based on the evidence that Title IV-E educational programs are effective in improving retention after the workers have obtained an MSW degree. Using a multigroup, multiple regression approach, this study analyzed secondary data collected from an e-survey sent to public child welfare (PCW) workers in a southern state...
November 5, 2018: Social Work
Edward C Chang, Olivia D Chang, Abigael G Lucas, Mingqi Li, Collin B Beavan, Rachel S Eisner, Brianna M McManamon, Natalie S Rodriguez, Olivia M Katamanin, Eliza C Bourke, Amaia de la Fuente, Olga Carde├▒oso, Kaidi Wu, Elizabeth A Yu, Elizabeth L Jeglic, Jameson K Hirsch
This study tested a psychosocial model of suicide risk in a sample of 156 Latino college students. Specifically, depression and loneliness were hypothesized to be important predictors of suicide risk (namely, hopelessness and suicidal behaviors) in Latino students. Results of conducting regression analyses indicated that, independent of age and gender, depression and loneliness were significant predictors of both indices of suicide risk examined in the present study. It is noteworthy that within the psychosocial predictor set of depression and loneliness, depression was consistently found to be nearly twice as strong a predictor than was loneliness...
November 5, 2018: Social Work
Nicole Gail Willis, Veronica Molina
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October 26, 2018: Social Work
Susan Schmidt
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October 26, 2018: Social Work
Danielle R Adams
In recent years, community-academic partnerships (CAPs) have gained traction in academia as a method for bridging the research-to-practice gap and reducing health disparities for marginalized populations. The field of social work may be well poised to enhance its ability to engage in partnerships and research around partnerships given its emphasis on conducting practice research and its historical roots in boundary spanning. In this article, the author begins by defining collaborative partnerships between academics and community stakeholders and then states specific advantages and challenges to collaborative partnerships in the field of social work...
October 26, 2018: Social Work
Richard Hoefer
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October 26, 2018: Social Work
Eunjung Lee, A Ka Tat Tsang, Marion Bogo, Marjorie Johnstone, Jessica Herschman, Monique Ryan
Epistemic injustice occurs when therapists implicitly and explicitly impose professional and institutional power onto clients. When clients have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, this very fact further complicates and highlights the power disparity within the helping relationship. Inspired by the work of critical philosopher Miranda Fricker on epistemic injustice, and using critical theories of language and knowledge, this article analyzes audiotaped session transcripts between a client with a history of psychosis and a social worker in an outpatient mental health agency...
October 26, 2018: Social Work
Julie A Cederbaum, Abigail M Ross, Betty J Ruth, Robert H Keefe
Introduced in 2013 by the American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare, the Grand Challenges for Social Work (GCSW) implicitly embrace a public health perspective. However, the lack of a specific overarching conceptual framework creates a challenge for moving the GCSW from concept to practice. In this article, authors propose that public health social work (PHSW) provides a unifying framework for moving the GCSW from concept to practice. Authors undertook a review of the literature, including a review of published literature and all Web sites and other Web materials focused on the GCSW...
October 26, 2018: Social Work
Tricia B Bent-Goodley, Selena T Rodgers
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
October 1, 2018: Social Work
Nicole A Corley, Stephen M Young
Addressing systems of oppression that disproportionately affect racial and ethnic minoritized groups appears to be of marginal interest in social work's professional literature. This article describes the content analysis of articles on Asian Pacific Islander (API) Americans, African Americans, Latinx or Hispanic Americans, and Native or Indigenous Americans in four major social work journals published between 2005 and 2015. (The analysis serves to update a 1992 article by Anthony McMahon and Paula Allen-Meares that examined literature between 1980 and 1989...
October 1, 2018: Social Work
Nalini Junko Negi, Benjamin Roth, Mary Lehman Held, Jennifer Scott, Javier Boyas
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August 28, 2018: Social Work
Holly K Oxhandler, James W Ellor, Matthew S Stanford
This article describes the development, validation, and responses to the first administration of the Religious/Spiritually Integrated Practice Assessment Scale-Client Attitudes (RSIPAS-CA). A total of 1,047 U.S. adults responded to an online survey administered by Qualtrics, which included the RSIPAS-CA for secondary analysis. Of those, 245 indicated they were either current or former mental health clients and thus were asked to complete a 10-item instrument assessing clients' attitudes toward integrating religion and spirituality (RS) in mental health treatment...
August 22, 2018: Social Work
Andrew J McCormick, Marigrace J Becker, Thomas J Grabowski
A memory clinic used two key approaches in developing a patient and family handbook: partnership with people with memory loss and strengths-based social work practice. Social worker coeditors of the handbook intentionally sought guidance from people with mild to moderate memory loss regarding handbook content, design, and overall tone. A focus group, three sessions of a review group, e-mails, and personal interviews were used to solicit and review input from participants. The editors also incorporated content contributions in the form of essays, quotations, and an original poem from people with memory loss, alongside contributions from clinic staff, university faculty, and community service providers...
August 22, 2018: Social Work
Danae Dotolo, Ryan Petros, Clara Berridge
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
August 22, 2018: Social Work
Loc H Nguyen
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August 22, 2018: Social Work
Terry Mizrahi, Kristie Holmes
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August 22, 2018: Social Work
Tyler M Arg├╝ello, Arturo Baiocchi, Jennifer Price Wolf
This article reports on findings from a representative survey of Californians (N = 946) and their perception of social work and its professionals. Analysis of the survey data indicates that the public holds a generally positive view of social work and its "helping" nature, although social work is considered one of the least prestigious professions. Respondents primarily associated social work with child protection and behavioral health roles, and less often with tasks such as community organizing, promoting social justice, and crafting social policy...
August 15, 2018: Social Work
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