Social Work, Community Work and Psychology

  • ID: 2246531
  • Book
  • 256 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This book examines psychological theory such as development, social learning, humanistic, mental health and counselling in the context of social work. It covers aspects such as making assessments, ethics, interviewing and working in groups. Fundamental issues relevant to the statutory responsibilities of social workers as well as consideration of making fair and ethical assessments are also explored.
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1. Perspectives on human beings.

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2. Aspects of human development.

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3. Interpersonal skills and communication.

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4. Children and their families.

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5. Child abuse.

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6. Crisis intervention and counselling.

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7. Working for mental health.

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8. Working with communities and groups.

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9. Continuing professional development.

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10. Values and ethics.

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Carole Sutton
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