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by Sarah E. Meisinger

eBook Stories of Pain, Trauma, and Survival: A Social Worker's Experiences and Insights from the Field epub
  • ISBN: 0871013916
  • Author: Sarah E. Meisinger
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: NASW Press; 1 edition (July 31, 2009)
  • Pages: 87 pages
  • ePUB size: 1290 kb
  • FB2 size 1100 kb
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Sarah Meisinger wrote Stories of Pain, Trauma, and Survival: A Social . Each masterfully written story is followed by Meisinger's personal and professional insights on how these experiences have informed her practice.

Sarah Meisinger wrote Stories of Pain, Trauma, and Survival: A Social Worker's Experience & Insights from the Field for all the new social workers experiencing the "baptism by fire" as they enter the profession. The book is useful for classroom discussions and critical self-assessments and will be helpful to beginning and seasoned social workers alike.

Very intersting book, I needed it for a social work class and I started reading it over break and could not put it down. I am a registered nurse however, much of the work I will be doing overlaps with that of a social worker. A must have even for a casual read. I felt that the book gave me strong insight into some of the real world experiences that text-books aren't able to convey. I feel better prepared for the unknown and will certainly keep this book in my first, private, office!.

Sarah Meisinger wrote Stories of Pain, Trauma, and Survival: A Social Workers Experience & Insights from the Field for all the new social workers experiencing the "baptism by fire" as they enter the profession.

A witness to pain The pain in the room Pain's purpose Did they teach us about this stuff? How do you do what you do? . On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book

A witness to pain The pain in the room Pain's purpose Did they teach us about this stuff? How do you do what you do? What about my pain? Compassion fatigue and burnout. Rubrics: Social workers. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. The book chronicles Meisinger's struggle to find a balance between her own "personal agenda to save the world one client at a time' and the reality of what occurs" between social worker and client.

Stories of pain, trauma and survival: A social worker’s experiences and insightsfrom the field. Finding joy in social work: Interpersonal sources. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 95 (1), 34-42. Ting, . Sanders, . Jacobson, . Required Book) National Association of Social Workers. Creating a Climate of Safety. Dealing with the aftermath: A qualitativeanalysis of mental health social workers’ reactions after a client suicide. Social Work, 51 (4), 329-341. 329 Recommended Readings: Boscarino, .

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Stories of pain, trauma, and survival. Prevalence of secondary traumatic stress among social workers. Volume 52, Number 1, pp. 63-70. Washington, DC: NASW Press. Recommended Text: Rothschild, B. (2006). Groups of students, with the guidance of the professor, will select a social work practice arena for focus of study throughout the course. The selected arena must have substantial literature to support presentation of impact and consequences of this field. Specific guidelines for the components of the project, grading rubrics, and timetable for submission of materials will be posted to Blackboard Vista.

Sarah Meisinger wrote Stories of Pain, Trauma, and Survival: A Social Worker's Experience & Insights from the Field for all the new social workers experiencing the ''baptism by fire'' as they enter the profession. The book chronicles Meisinger's struggle to find a balance between her own ''personal agenda to 'save the world one client at a time' and the reality of what occurs'' between social worker and client.

In response to the need for undergraduate and graduate students to hear about real-life experiences working with traumatized clients, Stories of Pain, Trauma, and Survival is filled with anecdotal examples of social work with individuals and groups in a variety of settings that include nonprofit agencies, child welfare services, and veteran's health care. Each masterfully written story is followed by Meisinger's personal and professional insights on how these experiences have informed her practice. The book is useful for classroom discussions and critical self-assessments and will be helpful to beginning and seasoned social workers alike.

The primary thesis of Stories of Pain, Trauma, and Survival is that social workers can be more effective by getting ''back to basics'' and staying in touch with the core values of the profession. Meisinger notes that, one of the most important services that social workers can provide is to be fully present in ''witnessing the pain'' of a traumatized client. The self-knowledge and compassion that emerge from this mindfulness make all the difference in working with clients who are overwhelmed by difficult circumstances.

NASW Press

NASW Press, a division of National Association of Social Workers (NASW), is a leading scholarly press in the social sciences. We serve faculty, practitioners, agencies, libraries, clinicians, and researchers throughout the United States and abroad.

Known for attracting expert authors, the NASW Press delivers professional information to hundreds of thousands of readers through its scholarly journals, books, and reference works.

Some of the areas we publish in include:

-Social work in the field of aging-Models of social work-Social work with children and adolescents-Ethics in social work-Community organization-Professional development

Comments: (4)
Shan
It was very formative
adventure time
I would highly recommend this book to be used in social work clinical supervision. The author is honest and speaks from her heart
Prorahun
As a novice to the feild of mental health, I wanted to grasp what I was getting into from a first-hand perspective. I am a registered nurse however, much of the work I will be doing overlaps with that of a social worker. I felt that the book gave me strong insight into some of the real world experiences that text-books aren't able to convey. I feel better prepared for the unknown and will certainly keep this book in my first, private, office!. Some of thte stories were pretty gripping so be aware that this book isn't restrianed in what the author shares - something I had hoped for in this book but that may invoke an emotional response - just so the reader is aware. I would buy future books from this author but this seems to be the only one she has written thus far.
Beazerdred
Very intersting book, I needed it for a social work class and I started reading it over break and could not put it down. A must have even for a casual read.
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