Social work practice : assessment, planning, intervention and review

This source preferred by Jonathan Parker

Authors: Parker, J. and Bradley, G.

Publisher: Learning Matters

Place of Publication: Exeter

This book is designed to help students gain a knowledge of assessment, planning, intervention and review, to reflect on that knowledge and then to apply it in practice. It is an interactive book, encouraging the reader to work through it as an active participant. It provides opportunities to reflect on learning needs and to consider the development of career-long professional learning, and it uses case studies as a means to examine theories and models for social work practice.

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