Browsing School of Social Work by Title
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|Partner Violence: Recognition & Response |
|Partners for Recovery Supporting Our Greatest Resource: Addressing Substance Use, Misuse and Relapse in the Addiction Treatment Workforce |
|The Past is in the present: how views of history have shaped social work research |
|Pathological gambling behavior and self-concept theory: An investigation of the validity of the addictive personality syndrome (APS) |
|PATIENTS Day 2019: What Motivates People with Substance Use Disorders to Pursue Treatment? A Patient-Centered Approach to Understanding Patient Experiences and Patient-Provider Interactions |
|Patterns of Suicidal Risk and Its Relationship with Suicidal Ideation and Attempt: Practice and Policy Implications |
|Peace & Justice For All, 50 Years Teaching Research & Practice |
|Peer Coaching: Impacts on Physician Well Being: New Data and Existing Evidence |
|People With Secrets: Contesting, Constructing, and Resisting Women’s Claims About Sexualized Victimization |
|The Perceived Value of the "Free" Versus the Fee-Based Employee Assistance Program (EAP) |
|Perceptions of Affiliate EAP Counselors: An Exploratory Study |
|Perceptions of Canadian Affiliate EAP Counsellors: An Exploratory Study |
|Perceptions of employee assistance counsellors: Dichotomous findings for a dichotomous field. |
|The Perils of Low-Income Homeowning: Home Repair Problems and Policies in Philadelphia |
|Personal and Work Outcomes of Employee Assistance Services |
|Personal Lifestyle, Corporate Culture and Productivity at Work |
|Perspectives among mental health providers regarding rehospitalization of the chronically mentally ill |
|Perspectives of battered women regarding the criminal justice system |
|Perspectives on Commodity Pricing in Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs): A Survey of the EAP Field |
|Phenomenology of relapse and lived experience among female opiate addicts |
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