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Essential social work resources for YOU! Visit our Web site at DAYS IN THE LIVES OF GERONTOLOGICAL SOCIAL WORKERS 44 Professionals Tell Stories From“Real-Life” Social Work Practice With Older Adults Edited by Linda May Grobman, ACSW, LSW, and Dara Bergel Bourassa, Ph.D., LSW Highlights experiences of social workers in direct and indirect practice with and on behalf of older adults. Read about social workers in communities; hospitals, hospice, and home health; nursing homes; addictions, mental health, homelessness; international settings; research; policy and macro practice; and others. Photos by social worker/photographer Marianne Gontarz York are featured. ISBN: 978-1-929109-21-0, 2007, $19.95 plus shipping, 313 pages DAYS IN THE LIVES OF SOCIAL WORKERS 58 Professionals Tell “Real-Life” Stories from Social Work Practice Edited by Linda May Grobman, ACSW, LSW Fourth edition of our “best-seller.” 58 social workers tell about their “typical” days in first-person accounts that cover a wide spectrum of practice settings and issues. Settings covered in categories of health care, school social work, children and families, disabilities, mental health, substance abuse, private practice, criminal justice, older adults, management, higher education, and communities. Many rich case examples. Lists social work organizations and recommended readings. ISBN: 978-1-929109-30-2, 2012, $21.95 plus shipping, 433 pages THE FIELD PLACEMENT SURVIVAL GUIDE Macro roles and more MORE DAYS IN THE LIVES OF SOCIAL WORKERS 35 “Real-Life” Stories of Advocacy, Outreach, and Other Intriguing Roles in Social Work Practice What You Need to Know to Get the Most From Your Social Work Practicum 2nd Edition Edited by Linda May Grobman, ACSW, LSW Now read about more social work roles and settings in this volume that builds on the narrative format introduced in DAYS IN THE LIVES OF SOC IAL WORKE RS. Roles include: working on a national level, program development and management, advocacy and organizing, policy from the inside, training and consultation, research and funding, higher education, roles in the court system, faith and spirituality, domestic violence, therapeutic roles, and employment and hunger. Field placement is one of the most exciting and exhilarating parts of a formal social work education. It is also one of the most challenging. This collection addresses the multitude of issues that social work students in field placement encounter, including choosing a placement, getting prepared, using supervision effectively, working with clients, coping with challenges, and moving on to a successful social work career. This book brings together in one volume the best field placement articles from THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER. Packed with practical, essential information for every student in field placement! ISBN: 978-1-929109-16-6, 2005, $16.95 plus shipping, 252 pages ISBN: 978-1-929109-26-5, 2011, $22.95 plus shipping, 284 pages Edited by Linda May Grobman, ACSW, LSW ORDER FORM Please send me the following publications: ______________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ Shipping to U.S.: $8 first book/$1.50 per add’l book. Canada: $12/book. Other countries: contact us for rates. PA residents: add 6% sales tax to total cost of book(s) plus shipping. ?Enclosed is a check for $______ made payable to “White Hat Communications.” I want to pay with my: ?Mastercard ?Visa ?American Express ?Discover Card Card # __________________________________________________________________________ Expiration Date____________________________________________________________________ VISA/MC/Discover: 3-digit # on back of card_____ AMEX: 4-digit # on front of card____ Name as it appears on card__________________________________________________________ M???????}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}|)M!%@?Q