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Passing Through Transitions

About The Book

Naomi Golan pens “… an excellent book with numerous research citations and case examples” on dealing with transitionary periods (Robert W. Roberts, Dean, School of Social Work at the University of Southern California).

As humans strive to live in cope in an era of revolutionary social and psychological change, it becomes difficult to manage the trauma, impact, and disequilibrium that accompanies it.

In Passing Through Transitions, Professor Naomi Golan provides through research and examination of the problematic and effective ways to navigate the inevitable transitions of life.

“One of the finest contributions to this book is the exhaustive review of selected theoretical frameworks for viewing these transitional life changes… This book is a gem.” — Social Work

About The Author

Naomi Golan is Professor at the University of Haifa School of Social work and former Director of Israel’s Institute for Social Work Training. The author of Treatment in Crisis Situations, she has taught widely at universities in the United States and received her doctorate in social work from the University of Chicago.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Free Press (October 1, 1983)
  • Length: 356 pages
  • ISBN13: 9780029120804

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