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Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis in Social Work Practice integrates six different perspectives (the DSM, a critique of the DSM, a risk and resilience biopsychosocial framework, evidence-based practices, measurement tools for assessment and evaluation, and a life-span approach) in order to teach diagnosis with the values and principles of social work practice. A consistent and modular chapter structure enables students to navigate each disorder in a systematic fashion and allows them to make comparisons between disorders. The authors reconstruct in-depth cases to teach students critical thinking in the diagnostic process.

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