Science Research Workshop February 5

January 31st, 2014 by Sarah Laleman Ward


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New books at Silberman

January 22nd, 2014 by Sarah Johnson

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We have over 120 new titles here at the Schools of Social Work and Public Health Library. Please have a look:  

  • 100 questions every social worker should know: ASWB-LCSW exam preparation guide
  • 101 social work clinical techniques
  • A dictionary of social work and social care
  • Action research
  • Advance care planning: Communicating about matters of life and death
  • Aging in America, v.3
  • Aging through the ethnic lenses: Caring for the elderly in a multicultural society
  • Another 100 questions every social worker should know: ASWB-LCSW exam preparation guide
  • APA dictionary of clinical psychology
  • APA dictionary of lifespan developmental psychology
  • APA dictionary of statistics and research methods
  • APA handbook of research methods in psychology, v. 1-3
  • APA handbook of sexuality and psychology
  • Assessing and treating culturally diverse clients
  • ASWB advanced generalist exam secrets study guide: ASWB test review for the association of social work boards exam
  • ASWB bachelors exam secrets: Study guide, your key to exam success: ASWB test review for the association of social work boards exam
  • ASWB clinical exam secrets study guide your key to exam success: ASWB test review for the association of social work boards exam
  • ASWB masters exam secrets study guide: Your key to exam success
  • Attachment across the life-course
  • Attachment in group psychotherapy
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Autobiography of a schizophrenic girl: the true story of “Renee”
  • Basic Spanish for social services
  • Behind the door of delusion
  • Boundaries in psychotherapy
  • Child protection systems: International trends and orientations
  • Child victims and restorative justice: A needs-rights model
  • Childhood victimization: Violence, crime, and abuse in the lives of young people
  • Children in crisis: Violence, victims, and victories
  • Children with multiple mental health challenges:  An integrated approach to intervention
  • Children, spirituality, loss and recovery
  • Clinical manual for the psychiatric interview of children and adolescents
  • Close code of the street: Decency, violence, and the moral life of the inner city
  • Collaborations for social justice
  • Comprehensive study guide with full-length practice exams for the social work licensing exam: Clinical, masters and advanced generalist
  • Confronting child and adolescent sexual abuse
  • Coping with alcohol and drug problems: The experiences of family members in three contrasting cultures
  • Creating effective groups: The art of small group communication
  • Critical qualitative research reader
  • Culture re-examined
  • Dancing with broken bones
  • Developing evidence-based generalist practice skills
  • Disability through the life course
  • Doctoral education in social work: Building social work research capacity
  • Doing the best I can: Fatherhood in the inner city
  • Domestic violence sourcebook: Basic consumer information about intimate partner abuse, stalking, sexual harassment, and human trafficking … and a directory of resources for further information
  • DSM-5 essentials: The savvy clinician’s guide to the changes in criteria
  • Empathic attunement: The technique of psychoanalytic self-psychology
  • Empowerment in action
  • Environmental gerontology:  Making meaningful places in old age
  • Everything is normal until proven otherwise: A book about wraparound services
  • Exploring three approaches to psychotherapy
  • Family violence from a global perspective: A strengths-based approach
  • Forty years in social work
  • From pariahs to partners: How parents and their allies changed New York City’s child welfare system
  • Fundamentals of case management practice: Exercises and readings
  • Fundamentals of social work research
  • Global social issues: an encyclopedia
  • Handbook of action research
  • Handbook of adult resilience
  • Handbook of diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorders
  • Handbooks of minority aging
  • Health and health care in the nation’s prisons: Issues, challenges, and policies
  • Humanity’s dark side
  • Incorporating intersectionality in social work practice, research, policy, and education
  • International perspectives on women and HIV
  • Internationalizing multiculturalism
  • Invitation to life: Toward new understandings of later life
  • Key concepts in youth studies
  • Man and woman: A study of human secondary sexual characters
  • Mental institutions in America: Social policy to 1875
  • Mindfulness-oriented recovery enhancement for addiction, stress, and pain
  • Minding the child: Mentalization-based interventions with children, young people, and their families
  • Naming race, naming racisms
  • National blueprint for excellence in child welfare
  • Neuropsychological assessment and intervention with youth
  • Neuroscience for social work: Current research and practice
  • New horizons for policy practice
  • One out of three: Immigrant New York in the twenty-first century
  • Participatory action research: Theory and methods for engaged inquiry
  • Poverty, battered women, and work in U.S. Public policy
  • Principles of social change
  • Principles of trauma therapy: A guide to symptoms, evaluation, and treatment. Second edition – DSM-5 update
  • Propaganda in the helping professions
  • Protecting children in the age of outrage: A new perspective on child protective services reform
  • Psychoanalysis, the impossible profession
  • Psychoanalytic terms & concepts
  • Purpose and meaning in the workplace
  • Relative strangers: Family life, genes and donor conception
  • Restorative justice and violence against women
  • School social work toolkit
  • Self and others: Object relations theory in practice
  • Self-care in social work
  • Sexual slavery in America
  • Social policy and citizenship: The changing landscape
  • Social work research skills workbook: A step-by-step guide to conducting agency-based research
  • Social work theories and methods
  • Social workers and child abuse reporting: A review of state mandatory reporting requirements
  • Social workers as expert witnesses
  • Solution-focused brief therapy: a multicultural approach
  • Spock’s baby and child care
  • Statistical abstracts of the U.S. 2014: The national data book
  • Substance abuse in America: A documentary and reference guide
  • Successful community leadership and organization: A skills guide for volunteers and professionals
  • Survival Spanish for social services
  • That’s so gay?  Micro-aggression and the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered community
  • The anatomy of violence: The biological roots of crime
  • The children’s bureau: Shaping a century of child welfare practices, programs, and policies
  • The development of thinking and reasoning
  • The social ecology of resilience: A handbook of theory and practice
  • The social work dictionary
  • The suicidal patient: Clinical and legal standards of care
  • To the end of June:  the intimate life of American foster care
  • Treatments that work with children
  • Twilight children: Three voices no one heard until a therapist listened
  • Understanding parricide: When sons and daughters kill parents
  • Unifying psychotherapy: Principles, methods, and evidence from clinical science
  • Using IBM® SPSS® statistics for research methods and social science statistics
  • Violence and abuse in society: Understanding a global crisis: v.1: Fundamentals, effects, and extremes; v.2: Setting, age, gender, and other key concepts; v.3: Psychological, ritual, sexual, and trafficking issues; v.4: Faces of intimate partner violence
  • Violence: the enduring problem
  • Woman and the new race
  • Women and madness
  • Women and wars: Contested histories, uncertain futures
  • Working with vulnerable children, young people and families
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Extended Hours Begin Sunday!

December 6th, 2013 by Sarah Laleman Ward

It’s that time of the year again! Starting on Sunday, December 8 the Cooperman Library will be open longer hours for all of your late-night and early-morning studying needs. Check the Hours page for all the daily details:


The Persistence of Memory
Salvador Dalí
Image and original data provided by the The Museum of Modern Art,


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Don’t Panic! Come to this workshop instead.

November 26th, 2013 by Sarah Laleman Ward


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Take the Hunter Library Usability Test

November 22nd, 2013 by Jonathan Cain

Use your mobile device to help us learn how to make the Hunter College Libraries website more mobile friendly.  If you are interested in participating in this Usability study please click here to sign up.  Those selected to participate will receive a $10.00 gift card.  Have questions? Contact Jonathan Cain at

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