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Ronald H. Rooney brilliantly weaves together an understanding of the complex ethical, legal, and practice issues that face practitioners, and he adds a deep comprehension of organizational and contextual issues such as those that relate to the oppression of clients from diverse social backgrounds. His clinical detail is varied and rich, and he adds a number of chapters by experts that detail their experience and knowledge in a broad variety of fields, including substance abuse, child welfare, domestic violence, youth work, and corrections. Truly amazing!
— Charles Garvin, author of Contemporary Group Work and coauthor of Social Work in Contemporary Society and Interpersonal Practice in Social Work