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NYU Silver School of Social Work faculty and students gathered on September 27 to celebrate published works by the School's faculty. Books published in the 2009-2010 academic year displayed at the event:

* Teaching in Social Work: An Educator's Guide to Theory and Practice by Jeane Anastas (Columbia University Press)
* At the Crossroads: Not-for-Profit Leadership Strategies for Executives and Boards by Phil Coltoff (Wiley & Sons)
* Global Maya: Work and Ideology in Rural Guatemala by Liliana Goldin (University of Arizona Press)
* Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice: Relational Principles and Techniques by Eda Goldstein, Dennis Miehls, and Shoshana Ringel (Columbia University Press)
* Parental Monitoring of Adolescents: Current Perspectives for Researchers and Practitioners edited by Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, James Jaccard, and Patricia Dittus (Columbia University Press)
* Theory Construction and Model-Building Skills by James Jaccard and Jacob Jacoby (The Guildord Press)
* Social Policy & Social Work: The Context of Social Work Practice by Gerald Landsberg and Marjorie Rock (Pearson Custom Publishing)
* Handbook of Research with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Populations by James Martin and William Meezan (Routledge)
* Stop Overreacting: Effective Strategies for Calming Your Emotions by Judith Siegel (New Harbinger Publications, Inc.)
* Tristesse ou depression? Comment la psychiatrie a medicalise nos tristesse by Jerome Wakefield and Allan Horowitz (Mardaga)
* A Triseza Perdida Como a Psiquiatria Transformou A Depressao em Moda by Jerome Wakefield and Allan Horowitz (Summus Editorial)

In addition, the following DVDs were recognized:

* Look Back to Move Ahead: Social Work with Survivors of Trauma featuring Carol Tosone, Caroline Rosenthal Gelman, and Lynn McVeigh
* They Greying Elephant in the Room: Social Work with Older Adults featuring S. Lala Aschenberg Straussner, Carol Tosone, Caroline Rosenthal Gelman, and Lynn McVeigh

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