3 edition of Caseworker"s use of influence in counseling parents found in the catalog.
Caseworker"s use of influence in counseling parents
Inger P. Davis
Written in English
|Statement||by Inger P. Davis.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 50079 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 232 p.|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||88890222|
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Child Protective Services: A Guide for Caseworkers 5. 7 CHAPTER 1 Purpose and Overview C hild protective services (CPS), a division within State and local social services, is at the center of every community’s child protection efforts.
In most jurisdictions, CPS is the agency mandated byFile Size: 2MB. Recent studies have shown that caregiver use of services targeted toward their needs (for example, parents with substance abuse problems use substance abuse services), as well as more general services (for example, parenting classes, counseling) results in a higher likelihood of reunification (Choi, Huang, & Ryan, ; D’Andrade & Nguyen, ).Cited by: 2.
Child Protective Services: A Guide for Caseworkers 81 • Parent or caregiver outcomes. Outcomes for parents or caregivers focus on many areas, such as mental health functioning, problem solving ability, impulse control, substance abuse treatment, and parenting skills.
A sample desired outcome is improved child management skillsFile Size: KB. Child Welfare Service Plan Compliance: Perceptions of Parents and Caseworkers Article in Families in society: the journal of contemporary human services 89(4) October with 70 Reads.
However, given that caseworkers substantially influence and often drive CPS case decisions, caseworker-perceived risk may be even more salient than actual risk for analyses such as ours. As noted above, we recognize that caseworkers have imperfect information through which to make a determination of caregiver substance abuse or other risk Cited by: This practice-oriented text provides practical strategies for counseling children and their families.
The author stresses that children must be evaluated in terms of their whole environment, including whatever positive and/or negative parental influence exists.
The author focuses on ways to involve parents in the counseling process. Because all children need to be approached as individuals.
This book was designed for caseworkers to use with young children who are in foster care. Caseworkers are strongly encouraged to sit with the child and assist the child in completing the My Rights in Foster Care activity book tear /cut along this line # My Rights in Foster Care • Having regular visits with your parents if its all right.
If you like helping people, a career as a caseworker counselor may be for you. Caseworkers are found in non-profit and government agencies, including mental health clinics, hospitals, and child welfare.
They work with a variety of situations, including poverty and homelessness, mental illness and. The interview was structured around three areas of interest: services, the caseworker’s relationship with the parents, and social supports, in order to identify variables that may influence the.
Psychologist Joanne Garfi spends most of her working life assisting parents, teachers, school counsellors, caseworkers, and community policing officers on how best to deal with school refusal. Now her experiences and expertise are available in this easy-to-read practical book.