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SOCW 8801 Clinical Seminar II: Welcome & Course Readings

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SOCW 8801 Course Readings

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Barker, S. L. (2007). The integration of spirituality and religion content in social work education: Where we’ve been, where we’re going. Social Work & Christianity, 34(2), 146–166.

Bogo, M., Paterson, J., Tufford, L., & King, R. (2011). Supporting front-line practitioners’ professional development and job satisfaction in mental health and addiction. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 25(3), 209–214.

Casstevens, W. J. (2010). Social work education on mental health: Postmodern discourse and the medical model. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 30(4), 385–398.

Chang, C. Y., Hays, D. G., & Milliken, T. F. (2009). Addressing social justice issues in supervision: A call for client and professional advocacy. The Clinical Supervisor, 28(1), 20–35.

Claiborne, N., & Lawson, H.A. (2011). A two-site case study of consultation to develop supervisory teams in child welfare. Administration in Social Work, 35(4), 389–411.

Collins-Camargo, C., & Royse, D. (2010). A study of the relationships among effective supervision, organizational culture promoting evidence-based practice, and worker self-efficacy in public child welfare. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 4, 1–24.

Craig, S. L., & Muskat, B. (2013). Bouncers, brokers, and glue: The self-described roles of social workers in urban hospitals. Health and Social Work, 38(1), 7–16.

Davys, A. M., & Beddoe, L. (2009). The reflective learning model: Supervision of social work students. Social Work Education, 28(8), 919–933.

Dill, K., & Bogo, M. (2009). Moving beyond the administrative: Supervisors’ perspectives on clinical supervision in child welfare. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 3(1), 87–105.

Dirks-Linhorst, P. A., & Linhorst, D. M. (2012). Monitoring offenders with mental illness in the community: Guidelines for practice. Best Practices in Mental Health, 8(2), 47–70.

Dixon, J. (2010). Social supervision, ethics, and risk: An evaluation of how ethical frameworks might be applied within the social supervision process. British Journal of Social Work, 40(8), 2398–2413.

Dombo, E. A., & Gray, C. (2013). Engaging spirituality in addressing vicarious trauma in clinical social workers: A self-care model. Journal of the Northern American Association of Christians in Social Work, 40(1), 89–104.

Duffy, F., & Healy, J. P. (2011). Social work with older people in a hospital setting. Social Work in Health Care, 50(2), 109–123.

Etherington, K. (2009). Supervising helpers who work with the trauma of sexual abuse. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 37(2), 179–194.

Faldener, C. A., Cornish, J. A. E., Goodyear, R., Hatcher, R., Kaslow, N. J., Leventhal, G., . . . Sigmon, S. T. (2004). Defining competencies in psychology supervision: A consensus statement. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 60(7), 771–785.

Frances, A., & Jones, K. D. (2014). Should social workers use diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders-5? Research on Social Work Practice, 24(1), 11–12.

Gambrill, E. (2014). The diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders as a major form of dehumanization in the modern world. Research on Social Work Practice, 24(1), 13–36.

Gilham, J. J. M. (2012). The ethical use of supervision to facilitate the integration of spirituality in social work practice. Social Work & Christianity, 39(3), 255–272.

Goddard, C., & Hunt, S. (2011). The complexities of caring for child protection workers: The contexts of practice and supervision. Journal of Social Work Practice, 25(4), 413–432.

Granello, D. H., Kindsvatter, A., Granello, P. F., Underfer-Babalis, J., & Moorhead, H. J. H. (2008). Multiple perspectives in supervision: Using a peer consultation model to enhance supervisor development. Counselor Education & Supervision, 48(1), 32–47.

Hair, H. J. (2014). Supervision conversations about social justice and social work practice. Journal of Social Work, 1–22.

Halkitis, P. N., Wolitski, R. J., & Millet, G. A. (2013). A holistic approach to addressing HIV infection disparities in gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men. The American Psychologist, 68(4), 261–273.

Hanna, M. D., & Potter, C. C. (2012). The effective child welfare unit supervisor. Administration in Social Work, 36(4), 409–425.

Hardina, D., & Obel-Jorgensen, R. (2009). Increasing social action competency: A framework for supervision. Journal of Policy Practice, 8(2), 89–109.

Harkness, D. (2011). The diagnosis of mental disorders in clinical social work: A review of standards of care. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(3), 223–231.

Henderson, K. J. (2010). Work-based supervisors: The neglected partners in practice learning. Social Work Education, 29(5), 490–502.

Ingram, R. (2013). Emotions, social work practice and supervision: An uneasy alliance? Journal of Social Work Practice, 27(1), 5–19.

Joubert, L., Hocking, A., & Hampson, R. (2013). Social work in oncology—Managing vicarious trauma—The positive impact of professional supervision. Social work in health care, 52(2-3), 296-310.

Judd, R. G., & Sheffield, S. (2010). Hospital social work: Contemporary roles and professional activities. Social Work in Health Care, 49(9), 856–871.

Kadushin, G., Berger, C., Gilbert, C., & DeSt.Aubin, M. (2009). Models and methods in hospital social work supervision. Clinical Supervisor, 28, 180–199.

Kim, H., Ji, J., & Kao, D. (2011). Burnout and physical health among social workers: A three-year longitudinal study. Social Work, 56(3), 258–268.

Knight, C. (2012). Social workers’ attitudes towards and engagement in self-disclosure. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(3), 297–306.

Lemieux, C. M., Plummer, C. A., Richardson, R., Simon, C. E., & Al, A. L. (2010). Mental health, substance use, and adaptive coping among social work students in the aftermath of hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Journal of Social Work Education, 46(3), 391–410.

Litz, B. T., Stein, N., Delaney, E., Lebowitz, L., Nash, W. P., Silva, C., & Maguen, S. (2009). Moral injury and moral repair in war veterans: A preliminary model and intervention strategies. Clinical Psychology Review, 29(8) 695–706.

Lynch, J. G., & Versen, G. R. (2003). Social work supervisor liability: Risk factors and strategies for risk reduction. Administration in Social Work, 27(2), 57–72.

McLendon, T. (2014). Social workers’ perspectives regarding the DSM: Implications for social work education. Journal of Social Work Education, 50, 454–471.

Morgan, M. M., & Spenkle, D. H., (2007). Toward a common-factors approach to supervision. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 33(1), 1–17.

O’Donoghue, K. (2012). Windows on the supervisee experience: An exploration of supervisees’ supervisor histories. Australian Social Work, 65(2), 214–231.

Parker, S. (2009). Faith development theory as a context for supervision of spiritual and religious issues. Counselor Education and Supervision, 49(1), 39–53.

Petrakis, M., Wilson, M., & Hamilton, B. (2013). Implementing the strengths model of case management: Group supervision fidelity outcomes. Community Mental Health Journal, 49(3), 331–337.

Reisch, M., & Jani, J. S. (2012). The new politics of social work practice: Understanding context to promote change. British Journal of Social Work, 42(6), 1132–1150.

Rohr, E. (2012). Challenging Empathy: Experiences as a group analytic supervisor in a post-conflict society. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(4), 450–456.

Senreich, E. (2013). An inclusive definition of spirituality for social work education and practice. Journal of Social Work Education, 49(4), 548–563.

Smith, A. P. (2013). If not now, when? The case for treating non-specific back pain with psychosocial interventions. Health and Social Work, 38(3), 188–191.

Stanhope, V., Tuchman, E., & Sinclair, W. (2011). The implementation of mental health evidence based practices from the educator, clinician and researcher perspective. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(4), 369–378.

Steenrod, S. A., & vanBael, M. (2010). Substance abuse education: Perceived competence of field instructors on substance abuse. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 10(4), 363–376.

Steiker, L. H., & Malone, P. (2010). Supervision and social work: Providing and utilizing guidance in the area of substance abuse. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 10(4), 427–432.

Tyler, T. A. (2012). The limbic model of systemic trauma. Journal of Social Work Practice, 26(1), 125–138.

Wakefield, J. (2013). DSM-5 and clinical social work: Mental disorder and psychological justice as goals of clinical intervention. Clinical Social Work Journal, 41(2), 131–138.

Whitley, C. E. M. (2010). Social work clinical supervision in the addictions: Importance of understanding professional cultures. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 10(4), 343–362.

Other Readings

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