Integrative Social Work Practice with Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Other Forcibly Displaced Persons

Springer International Publishing AG
9 November 2022

Integrative Social Work Practice with Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Other Forcibly Displaced Persons

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This textbook provides theoretical and clinical knowledge needed by social workers and other practitioners involved in humanitarian emergency response. Social workers are well positioned to serve coordinating and leadership roles in this interdisciplinary field due to their holistic training. This book weaves together micro, mezzo, and macro levels of practice into integrated social work practice. Its historical account of humanitarian emergencies, coverage of social work frameworks and principles, and review of existing best practices at the clinical, community, and policy levels ground the reader in a field of social work that requires consideration of historical frameworks alongside innovative responses to the complexity of humanitarian emergencies.

The contributors incorporate best practices as well as address gaps in awareness, knowledge, and skills that they have observed and studied worldwide. Some of the topics explored include:

Social Work with Displaced Children, Women, LGBTQI+, Asylum Seekers Return and Reintegration of Displaced Populations and Reconstruction in Post-conflict Societies Culture, Trauma, and Loss: Integrative Social Work Practice with Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Clinical Social Work Practice with Forcibly Displaced Persons Grounded in Human Rights and Social Justice Principles

Integrative Social Work Practice with Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Other Forcibly Displaced Persons is adoptable as a primary text for MSW and doctoral elective courses on global social work or international social work practice with persecuted and forcibly displaced people. This textbook is targeted to clinical social work or policy courses as well, and can be supplemental reading for required courses for migration and forced displacement majors. It is also useful for social workers or interdisciplinary practitioners working around the globe with displaced populations.

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