The Resource Building the client's relational base : A multidisciplinary handbook

Building the client's relational base : A multidisciplinary handbook

Label
Building the client's relational base : A multidisciplinary handbook
Title
Building the client's relational base
Title remainder
A multidisciplinary handbook
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NhCcYBP
Dewey number
158.3
LC call number
BF636.6
LC item number
.F87 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Building the client's relational base : A multidisciplinary handbook
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- Aims of the text -- Policy and practice -- Origins of the work -- Structure of the book -- 2.Anchor points -- You can't j̀ust do it': practical theory -- Social determinants of health -- A process of individualization -- Principles from feminist and critical scholarship -- Generalizing about ǹormal' and at-risk populations -- 3.Isolation and its accomplices -- Are interpersonal attachments necessary? -- Kinship libido -- Loneliness and autonomy -- Social inclusion and social exclusion -- Dynamics of isolation -- 4.How are we getting along? -- Insiders and outsiders -- The experience of individualization -- In and out of control -- Vitamin me -- Can the cycles of loneliness and isolation be interrupted? -- 5.Questioning professional norms -- Painting ourselves into the picture -- Agents of connection or separation? -- Problematic professional norms -- Practice wisdom and the culture of practitioners --
  • Contents note continued: 6.The practitioner's context -- The organizational constraints to relationally focused practice -- Conflicts between the cultures of clients and professionals -- Every client has a culture -- Accessing complex interpersonal data -- 7.Attitudes determine practice -- Introduction -- Attitudes inform practice: thinking relationally -- Reflective exercise 1 Clarifying your values -- Reflective exercise 2 Thinking about Lennie -- Reflective exercise 3 Separation and connection -- Decision points in relationally oriented practice -- The assessment process -- Summary -- 8.Relationship-building skills -- Getting started -- Addressing the client as a relational being -- Working systemically with individuals -- Bringing In others: conjoint work and its variations -- Being creative with confidentiality -- Advanced relational work -- Role of planners, managers, and supervisors -- 9.Learning to act well relationally -- Working up an etiquette --
  • Contents note continued: Reflective exercise 4 Leading questions -- A simple relating exercise -- Coaching clients -- Five specific engagements to improve relational capacity -- Mediated forms of relating -- A complex example: working relationship building in a secure setting -- 10.Being an agent of cultural change -- The business of practice -- The practitioner as cultural actor -- Fantasized and complex autonomy -- Can traditional models of practice be relationship building? -- Summing up
Control code
000050564013
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
x, 302 p.
Isbn
9781847428615
Other control number
60001756001
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System control number
  • (OCoLC)810113738
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