Preface. Acknowledgements. Foreword. Chapter 1 How to Use This Book. Chapter 2 Principles and Processes of Therapeutic Storytelling. Chapter 3 The Strengths Approach to Storytelling with Children. Chapter 4 Developmental Issues of Children. Chapter 5 Illness and Disability. Chapter 6 School Issues. Chapter 7 Anger and Behavioral Issues. Chapter 8 Social Adjustment and Shyness. Chapter 9 Divorce and Parental Separation. Chapter 10 Domestic Violence. Chapter 11 Community Violence. Chapter 12 Trauma and Child Abuse. Chapter 13 Substance Abuse. Chapter 14 Cultural and Religious Issues. Chapter 15 Fun, Happiness and Strengths. Chapter 16 Accidents and Injuries. Chapter 17 Job Loss and Poverty. Chapter 18 Military Issues and International Violence. Chapter 19 Death. Chapter 20 General Activity Sheets for All Practice Areas. References. Author Index. Subject Index.
Johanna Slivinske, MSW , is Adjunct Instructor in the Department of Social Work at Youngstown State University. Lee Slivinske, PhD, MSSA , is Professor in the Department of Social Work at Youngstown State University. In addition to teaching, both authors also have extensive experience in working with the elderly, children, and individuals with disabilities.