This clear and accessible guidewritten by social workers for social workersdescribes the most current developments in neuroscience and their practical applications for social work in education child welfare health mental health and criminal justice settings. Neuroscience for social work current research and practice editors holly c matto phd lcsw c jessica strolin goltzman phd lmsw michelle s ballan phd msw. Social work education must integrate neuroscience into its curricula to prepare students for professional practice that reflects this knowledge the last 20 years have produced technological advancements that have significantly affected social and behavioral science research. Neuroscience for social work current research and practice presents both an answer to the call for a social work perspective and an assessment of modern neuroscientific techniques and applications the book edited and authored by a cross section of 31 social work scho larspractitionersandresearchersprovidesaclearguidetothe latest advancements in neuroscience and its practical impact the . The role of neurobiology in social work practice with youth transitioning from foster care wendy smith how neuroscience can inform educational practices for youth involved in the child welfare system haley woodside jiron jessica strolin goltzman jesse suter
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