Clinical Assessment for Social Workers: Qualitative and Quantitative Methods, Third Edition
Lyceum s best-selling assessment book is now even better. Jordan and Franklin combine two approaches qualitative and quantitative that are often considered at odds. The authors unique synthesis creates a new approach that encourages the use of multiple methods in formulating client assessments. Clinical Assessment provides a variety of tools for performing assessments derived from different perspectives, giving readers greater flexibility in their own data collection.
The research base for the third edition has been updated, and the revised chapters adhere to the latest standards for evidence-based practice. The editors provide explicit information, tools, and case studies to illustrate these new methods. The authors combine traditional and recent methods to offer a flexible, mixed-methods approach to assessment.
Useful learning tools include sample forms, examples of standardized measures, samples of integrative skills assessment, review questions, chapter summaries, and extensive references.
Reorganized to include new contributions from specialists in their fields
Makes the link between assessment and practice clear by integrating important documentation formerly in appendices into the text
Includes extensive references, sample forms, samples of integrative skills assessments, and examples of standardized measures
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