Synopses & Reviews
When Ego Psychology and Social Work Practice was first published in 1984, it met the challenge of filling a void in the field. A decade later, it is still being widely used in the classroom and by practitioners and supervisors. While ego psychological theory still holds a preeminent position in clinical social work practice, the field has changed in many significant ways. In this revised edition, Dr. Eda Goldstein addresses these major changes as she brings the reader up to date.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 321-349) and indexes.