About the Editor and ContributorsAcknowledgementsPreface to the Second EditionIntroductionPsychosocial approaches - Trevor LindsayPerson-centred approaches - Trevor LindsayCrisis intervention - Emma McGinnisAdvocacy - Aisling Monds-WatsonTask-centred work - Mary McColganCognitive Behavioural Approaches - Trevor LindsayGroupwork - Trevor LindsayMotivational interviewing - James MarshallFamily therapy and systemic approaches - Cathy JayatBrief solution-focused therapy - Irene LindsayLife story work and life review - Anne CampbellMediation approaches - Huw GriffithsBringing it all together-Integrative and eclectic models - Trevor Lindsay Appendix 1: Professional Capabilities FrameworkAppendix 2: Subject Benchmark for Social WorkReferencesIndex
Trevor Lindsay draws on twenty years experience as a practitioner, manager and trainer in the probation service. Since 1995 he has been a lecturer at the University of Ulster, where he has taught a range of social work subjects at both qualifying and post-qualifying levels. He has published research articles on hate crime, groupwork, criminal justice and student learning and is co-author of Groupwork Practice in Social Work in the Transforming Social Work Practice series. Trevor recently retired from teaching but continues to write.