CALL FOR PAPERS- Trauma-Informed Practice
Special Issue, Spring 2017
“Advanced Practices and Emerging Trends in Trauma-Informed Care and Trauma-Specific Interventions”
Karen Allen, Ph.D., LMSW, Professor, Director, Indiana University Bloomington Social Work Program, Bloomington, IN. firstname.lastname@example.org
Virginia C. Strand, D.S.W. Professor and Co-Director, National Center for Social Work Trauma Education and Workforce Development, Graduate School of Social Service, Fordham University email@example.com
This special issue of Advances in Social Work will explore the impact of trauma on children, adults and communities as well as models for trauma-informed care and trauma-specific treatments. Specifically, Advances in Social Work seeks both conceptual and empirically-based contributions exploring the impact of biopsychosocial and spiritual impact of trauma, including historical trauma, perpetuated abuse and oppression, and abuse and neglect across the range of social systems (micro, mezza and macro) and the life span of human development. Articles may focus on any element of the practice landscape including clinical social work, social work education, policy advocacy, community organizing as well as other dimensions of practice. Contributions related to evidence-based trauma-specific interventions are strongly encouraged. Submissions should be about 20 pages of text.
The submission deadline is September 30, 2016.
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