300+ Temperament and Psychological Type Approaches and Interventions

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Xulon Press presents a fascinating compilation of treatments into one comprehensive resource for social work professionals.

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Because innate Temperament and Psychological Type escorts us from the cradle to the grave it has some imprint and influence on all of our perceptions, thinking, feeling, and deciding behaviors; it needs to be studied and understood to appreciate and accept ourselves and others for self-awareness.

Author Dr. F. B. Pete Campbell, Jr. shares timely, authoritative knowledge with professionals in Temperament and Psychological Type Approaches in Clinical Social Work with Individuals ($19.49, paperback, 9781662858642; $30.49, hardcover, 9781662858659; $9.99, e-book, 9781662858666).

Dr. Campbell’s book includes more than 300 temperament and psychological type approaches and interventions that are applied in clinical social work practice. Based on the author’s expertise, approaches are integrated with the core social work value of respecting the dignity and worth of individuals. Professionals will appreciate the multitude of ideas presented to augment social work practice from engagement and data collection; to assessment and planning; to intervention; to evaluation and termination. Interventions, that are dynamic and occur in a synergistic process that is very human and authentic, are listed and discussed.

When asked what inspired the author to publish this book, Dr. Campbell said, “Because innate Temperament and Psychological Type escorts us from the cradle to the grave it has some imprint and influence on all of our perceptions, thinking, feeling, and deciding behaviors; it needs to be studied and understood to appreciate and accept ourselves and others for self-awareness.”

Dr. Pete Campbell is a retired clinical social worker, marriage and family therapist and professor. He holds a BA from Mississippi College, MSW from Louisiana State University and EdD from Campbell University (NC). Dr. Campbell practiced clinical social work in family counseling, mental health and private practice settings in North Carolina for 15 years before a 28-year career in higher education. He held administrative/teaching faculty positions at four institutions: Campbell University (NC), Mississippi College, Lees-McRae College (NC), and Baylor University and a faculty position at the University of Mississippi. He received teaching recognition and awards from both faculty and students as an assistant professor and as a tenured full professor. His primary research interests include studying applications of temperament and psychological type theory in micro and mezzo social work practice and in social work and teacher higher education. Dr. Campbell enjoys outdoor recreation, camping, traveling, baseball, football and basketball, in addition to studying temperament and psychological types of souls with family and friends.

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Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. Temperament and Psychological Type Approaches in Clinical Social Work with Individuals is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.

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