Graduate School of Social Service Associate Dean and Professor Elaine Congress, Ph.D., contributed a book chapter this month in a work released by Springer Publishing.
The chapter, titled “Individual and Family Development Theory,” appears in Theoretical Perspectives for Direct Social Work Practice (fourth edition) edited by Kristen Bolton, J. Christopher Hall, and Peter Lehmann. Springer published the book on May 10, 2021.
From Springer‘s website:
Theoretical Perspective for Direct Social Work Practice: A Generalist-Eclectic Approach is rooted in the generalist-eclectic approach to social work practice, with the contents explored through a problem-solving model facilitating the integration of the artistic and scientific elements of practice. The new edition includes 9 new chapters covering Couples Theory, the Psychodynamic Approach, Dialetical Behavior Therapy, Dialetical Behavior Therapy for the treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder, Trauma Informed Practice, Motivational Interviewing, Anti-Oppressive Theory, Mindfulness-based Approaches, and EMDR Therapy.