Goldstein, E. (1995) Ego psychology and Social Work Practice. Chapter 3, The Ego and its Functions; Chapter 4, The Ego and Its Defenses; and Chapter 5, Ego mastery and the Processes of Coping and Adaptation; and Chapter 9, The Nature of the Client-Worker Relationship
BRANDELL, J. (1997) Theory and Practice in Clinical Social Work, Chapter 13, The challenge of clinical work with survivors f trauma.
Turner, F.J. (2005) Social Work diagnosis in contemporary practice, Chapter 34, social work with clients contemplating suicide; Complexity and ambiguity in the clinical, ethical, and legal considerations, Chapter 35, Post-traumatic stress symptoms following near-death experiences; and Chapter 62, The use of crisis teams in response to violent or critical incidents in schools.
Woods, M. and Hollis, F. (2000) Casework: A psycho-social therapy. Chapter 18, Crisis intervention and brief treatment
Anthony,S. and Pagano, G. (1998). The therapeutic potential for growth during the termination process. Clinical Social Work Journal, 26(3) 281-296
Fox, R. (2001) Elements of the Helping process. Chapter 11, The termination process