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Uncovering Adolescent Shame in the Therapeutic Relationship.
The present study examined the role of the therapeutic relationship when an adolescent client presents with shame. While shame is a highly unpleasant emotion that is a universally experienced, it is also a neglected ...
Detecting child abuse: A phenomenological exploration of the collaboration between NYPD patrol officers with child protective services workers.
In New York City, Child Protective Services Workers and NYPD patrol officers are the frontline to responding to child abuse cases. It is their responsibility to take action when crimes against children are committed and ...
Purpose and quality of life among assisted living residents.
(New York, NY: Wurzweiler School of Social Work. Yeshiva University., 2021-02)
The increasing number of older adults in the United States has led to a growing number of people entering assisted living settings. Purpose and quality of life are important constructs in improving overall well-being for ...
Conflict between culture and sexuality: A qualitative study of the coming out experience of Latino gay men.
The purpose of this study was to determine whether cultural norms in the Latino community influence the way families, especially fathers, respond to their sons and how sons are affected when coming out. This qualitative ...
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A qualitative study.
New York State guardianship law for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities is not built for the spectrum of needs of the population. There are various resources available to assist individuals for ...
Positive orientation to practice with undocumented Latinos.
The central purpose of this study was to gain a fundamental understanding of how social workers’ perceived level of knowledge associated with the socio-political and legislative issues impacting the lives of undocumented ...