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"Mental Health: Practice Interventions," Encyclopedia of Social Work. Catherine G. Greeno and Phyllis Solomon. 2008. "This entry focuses on services for adults with severe mental illness, specifically the five psychosocial interventions considered evidence-based practices...The emphasis on this population and interventions were selected as social workers are the major providers for this population and frequent implementers and developers of these interventions." More
A publication of the American Psychiatric Association, the DVM-5 categorizes disorders recognized by the APA. Comprehensive definitions of disorders with detailed descriptions of symptoms.Rutgers-restricted Access
Social Workers' Desk Reference
Albert R. Roberts editor-in-chief. 2nd edition. New York, Oxford University Press, 2009.
A very useful one-volume reference book. Among the sections included: Theoretical Foundations and Treatment Approaches in Clinical Social Work; Developing and Implementing Treatment Plans with Specific Groups and Disorders; Guidelines for Specific Interventions; Evidence-based Practice.
Michel Hersen, editor-in-chief. Thousand Oaks, Calif., Sage Publiations, 2005.
Entries focus on adult clinical applications, child clinical applications, and educational applications. Emphasis on assessment and techniques. Each entry offers background, treatment strategies, and potential complications.