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Selected references on stress in social work

A. B. Cooper

Selected references on stress in social work

by A. B. Cooper

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Published by Department of Health and Social Security Library in London .
Written in English


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Statementcompiled by A.B. Cooper.
SeriesBibliography series -- B125
ContributionsGreat Britain. Department of Health and Social Security. Library.
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Open LibraryOL20693912M

  Look up the top ranked journals in Social Work according to Web of Science Journal Citation Reports. In the database, Journal Citation Reports - select Browse Categories. Then select the tab Journal Ranks, and use the filters on the left to select the subject. The selected journals below include scholarly, peer-reviewed social work research. Books shelved as stress-management: When the Body Says No: The Cost of Hidden Stress by Gabor Maté, Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers by Robert M. Sapolsky, Fi.

  Social work stress and anxiety has to be reduced. It is partly a resource issue: the profession needs much more funding in order to employ more workers and reduce individual caseloads.   Burnout and Self-Care in Social Work: A Guidebook for Students and Those in Mental Health and Related Professions addresses both burnout and self-care from a professional, personal, social, and physical perspective. It integrates research, case studies, questionnaire responses, and the author's seasoned experience to identify three major root causes of burnout--compassion fatigue.

crisis proportions, stress is not always of that severity. A theory is an explanation of observations (Babbie, ) that can show us how to intervene (Burr, ), predict behavior, and guide research. There are different types of theories. Stress theory is a social theory that explains observations about stress, an aspect of social life. 0 Citations Selected. RIS (ProCit, Reference Manager) BibTeX RefWorks Direct Export. Download citations. Research Article. Article. The potential impact of bereavement grief on workers, work, careers, and the workplace PTSD and stress among social workers and social work students treating trauma survivors. Michael Weinberg Ph.D. Pages.


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This book is a quick and accessible reference guide to the key concepts that social work students and professionals need to understand to be effective. The authors place practice at the center of the text, and include a host of case examples to bring the concepts to life.

Weinberg, A & Murphy, M'Stress in social work', in Worsley, A. Social work is a field of study in social sciences. Selected references on stress in social work book is mainly concerned with the study of social problems and social interventions.

Social work sets to study individuals, groups, community and. Stress is a physical response to an undesirable situation. Mild stress can result from missing the bus, standing in a long line at the store or getting a parking ticket. Stress can also be severe.

Divorce, family problems, an assault, or the death of a loved one, for example, can be devastating. One of the most common sources of both mild and severe stress is work.5/5(1). In a large-scale survey of workers in two UK social service departments, work-related stress was reported as the single biggest factor as affecting staff's decision to leave with staff working with children and families reporting the highest levels of absenteeism and poorest well-being (Coffey, Dugdill, & Tattersall, ).Cited by: In book: International Encyclopaedia of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Edition: 2nd, Chapter:Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd., Editors: J.

Wright Includes bibliographical references Author: Barbra Teater. The total reference listing for the book extends to 60 pages. This work is necessarily multidisciplinary, reflecting the many dimensions of stress-related problems and their situation within a complex social context. While the emphasis is on psychological aspects of stress, the book is oriented towards professionals in various disciplines, as /5(4).

Handbook for Practice Learning in Social Work and Social Care. Jessica Kingsley Publishers () EBSCO eBook. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. 9 vol. Macmillan () GVRL. International Handbook of Suicide and Attempted Suicide. Wiley () EBSCO eBook. Stress has many forms and impacts people of all ages, social strata, employment and geographies.

It is impossible to predict the stress levels for an individual. Still children, teens, working parents and seniors are among the groups that confront most stress factors related to life transitions.

Social Work Books Showing of 5, The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma (Hardcover) by. Bessel A. van der Kolk (shelved times as social-work) avg rating — 32, ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read.

The previous book was superb at explaining stress, but is week on practical tips for handling stress. This book on stress is the opposite. I found that Gina’s opening sections on the causes of stress in the body were her weakest, while later sections are excellent and full of practical advice on dealing with the stress.

Stress, as defined by stress researcher Hans Selye in Organizational Behavior, is "the nonspecific response of the body to any demands made upon it."J. Clarke defines stress in Stress in management as any "internal state or reaction to anything we consciously or unconsciously perceive as a threat, either real or imagined." Stress can be either negative, when it evokes feelings like fear, anger.

Read More About This Book. The Social Work Interview. The Social Work Interview has all the best content for teaching and learning in the field of social work. The book has been around for 25 years, but this update, the first in seven years, propels the publication to the forefront of the field.

Author(s): Alfred Kadushin and Goldie Kadushin. References Corcoran, K. too. I was actually looking for statistics on how many social workers have taken a stress leave.

This is hard info to find. I will be presenting at a conference in order to share my story and help others. I try to cover all of this in the book. For social workers are among the best adjusted, kindest. Stress management and dealing with anger go hand in hand. When you’re stressed up to your eyeballs, you’ve little spare capacity for dealing with life’s normal ups and becomes all too easy to lose your temper when you’re so often feeling irritated and angry.

Uncontrollable anger can take even more of a toll on your relationships and your well-being. Predictors of and Causes of Stress Among Social Workers: A National Survey Thesis September CITATIONS 0 READS 1 author: Oliver Beer University of Plymouth 4 PUBLICATIONS 0 CITATIONS SEE PROFILE All in-text references underlined in blue are linked to publications on ResearchGate, letting you access and read them immediately.

This chapter discusses recent changes in the workplace which have resulted in greater sources of stress for workers. Burnout is defined and distinguished from low morale, depression and stress. A consideration follows on how burnout manifests itself in terms of changes in behavior, feelings, thinking and physical and mental health.

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10 Books Every Social Worker Should Read. Ma by Gabriela Acosta Social workers are faced with helping clients and patients work through various issues — from substance abuse and depression to a lengthy adoption process and eating disorders.

With so many resources online, it can be tough to find the best ones. Books about social work are often available online as instant downloads, but not all of them are free.

Textbooks, for instance, are more expensive than mainstream books, just as they are in hardback or inyou also can find some great deals, as you’ll see from this list of 25 essential e-books that every social worker should read. Individual books are listed as well as.

Work stress and social support by James S. House,Addison-Wesley Pub. edition, in English. Social Connections: Above all else, our social affiliations, our connections with one another, are the most important factor to reducing stress. Stress Management.Additional Physical Format: Print version: House, James S., Work stress and social support.

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