November/December 2013 Issue
Alternatives to 12-Step Addiction Recovery
Options are available for people in recovery who do not choose to follow the 12-step approach.
Adoption Competency in Clinical Social Work
Competency is a complex mix of values, knowledge, and skills in working with adopted people and their extended biological and adoptive families as well as the complex legal and service systems in which they are embedded.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders — Therapeutic Tool of Acceptance and Change
DBT has been adapted for use in treating complex and simpler cases of people with eating disorders who have difficulty regulating their emotions.
Workplace Bullying in Social Services — Client Care at Risk
When bullying happens in the social services workplace, it affects not only professionals, but can also affect quality of client care.
Autism in the Technology Workplace
Children and Families Forum
A Different Approach to High-Risk Youths
Mental Health Monitor
Veterans’ Outdoor Activities Linked to Improved Mental Health; Depression Overdiagnosis, Overtreatment Common
Social Services Directory