Description - Skills for Direct Practice in Social Work by Ruth R. Middleman
Thoroughly examines sixty-three fundamental skills needed by social workers dealing with individuals and groups. Middleman and Wood define the skills, illustrate them in vignettes, and relate them to pertinent literature.
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Columbia University Press
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Author Biography - Ruth R. Middleman
Ruth R. Middleman and Gale Goldberg Wood are both Professors of Social Work at the Kent School of Social Work at the University of Louisville. They have collaborated for twenty years and have written books with an innovative approach to social work practice (the structural approach) and many journal articles in areas of practice: experiential approaches, perception and cognition, group work, and interviewing skills.