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Published November, 2017
By Maurice Olender, Jane Marie Todd and Claude Levi-Strauss
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Levi-Strauss measures the short distance between "complex" and "primitive" societies and finds a shared madness in the ways we enact myth, ritual, and custom. Yet he also locates a pure and persistent ethics that connects the center of Western civilization to far-flung societies and forces a reckoning with outmoded ideas of morality and reason.

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Published November, 2017
By Matthew Smith
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Published November, 2017
By Brian Fallon
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Published November, 2017
By Paul U. Unschuld and Bridie Andrews
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Published November, 2017
By Paul U. Unschuld and Bridie Andrews
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Published September, 2017
By Jason M. Newell
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Overwhelming empirical evidence indicates that new social workers going into child welfare or other trauma-related care discover emotional challenges. However, the revised CSWE Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS) does not mandate the inclusion of content related to self-care in social work curricula. In a textbook that bridges the gap between theoretical and pragmatic approaches, Jason M. Newell provides a solution by conceptualizing self-care as the key to professional resilience. By examining four key constructs--stress, empathy, resilience, and self-care--from different theoretical dimensions, Newell offers an extensive, competency-based model. He describes a framework grounded in the ecological systems perspective conceptualizing self-care as a broader set of practice behaviors pertaining to the whole person. This comprehensive approach to self-care can help practitioners remain resilient and committed to social work in the face of trauma.

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Published September, 2017
By Jason M. Newell
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Overwhelming empirical evidence indicates that new social workers going into child welfare or other trauma-related care discover emotional challenges. However, the revised CSWE Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS) does not mandate the inclusion of content related to self-care in social work curricula. In a textbook that bridges the gap between theoretical and pragmatic approaches, Jason M. Newell provides a solution by conceptualizing self-care as the key to professional resilience. By examining four key constructs--stress, empathy, resilience, and self-care--from different theoretical dimensions, Newell offers an extensive, competency-based model. He describes a framework grounded in the ecological systems perspective conceptualizing self-care as a broader set of practice behaviors pertaining to the whole person. This comprehensive approach to self-care can help practitioners remain resilient and committed to social work in the face of trauma.

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Published September, 2017
By Jane Pauley
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Published September, 2017
By Anna K. Schaffner and Anna Katharina Schaffner
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Published September, 2017
By E. Fuller Torrey
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