I. Introduction.- Relational Therapy: Constructivist Research Principles that Guide Diversity Practice.- The Color of Whiteness and the Paradox of Diversity.- Relational Social Work and Religious Diversity.- II. Racial and Ethnic Diversities.- A Relational Approach to Clinical Practice with African American Clients.- Relational Social Work Practice with Hispanic Clients.- Relational Social Work Practice with Asian American Populations.- Co-Creating Culture through Relationship with Individuals of Asian Indian Origin.- III. Religious Diversities.-Relational Social Work Practice with Evangelical Christian Clients.- Clinical Social Work Practice with Muslim Clients: A Relational Approach.- Clinical Social Work with Orthodox Jews: A Relational Approach.-IV. Diversities of Sexual Identity.- Working Relationally with LGBT Clients in Clinical Practice: Client and Clinician in Context.- V. Diversities Founded on Life-Altering Experience.- Relational Social Work Practice with Combat Veterans.- Social Work Practice with Reentry from Incarceration.- Relational Theoretical Foundations and Clinical Practice Methods with People.- Experiencing Homelessness.
Integrates skill learning with population-specific knowledge
Explains the adaptability of relational theory
Covers a wide range of populations including the religious spectrum and survivors of life-changing events
Provides a variety of detailed case examples