Relationship-Based Social Work: Getting to the Heart of Practice

Relationship-Based Social Work: Getting to the Heart of Practice

by Martin Smith
     
 

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This book provides a thorough guide to relationship-based practice in social work, communicating the theory using illustrative case studies and offering a model for practice. This book will be an invaluable textbook for undergraduate and post-graduate social work students, practitioners on post-qualifying courses and all social work professionals.See more details below

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This book provides a thorough guide to relationship-based practice in social work, communicating the theory using illustrative case studies and offering a model for practice. This book will be an invaluable textbook for undergraduate and post-graduate social work students, practitioners on post-qualifying courses and all social work professionals.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780857003836
Publisher:
Kingsley, Jessica Publishers
Publication date:
06/15/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
272
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

Gillian Ruch is Senior Lecturer and Head of Teaching Programmes in the Division of Social Work Studies at the University of Southampton. Danielle Turney is Senior Lecturer in Social Work and Director of the Post-Qualifying Specialist Award in Social Work with Children and Young People at the University of Bristol. Adrian Ward is Consultant Social Worker at the Tavistock Clinic in London.
Adrian Ward works is the Programme Director of the qualifying MA in Social Work at the Tavistock Centre, London. His background is in residential child care and he has written extensively about residential care, group care and therapeutic approaches to social work, and co-edited several books in this field; he was editor of the journal Therapeutic Communities from 1999 to 2005.
Linnet McMahon is Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Reading and has written the Handbook of Play Therapy (1992) and co-edited, with Adrian Ward, Intuition is Not Enough: Learning for Therapeutic Practice in Child Care (1998). She has worked in and written extensively about family centres.

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