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Boundary Spanning: An Ecological Reinterpretation of Social Work Practice in Health and Mental Health Systems - Foundations of Social Work Knowledge Series (Hardback)Toba Schwaber Kerson (author)
Hardback 455 Pages / Published: 06/02/2002
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An understanding of the most important laws and ethical issues that have shaped the profession is essential for the effective practice of social work. Thus this comprehensive approach to health and mental health care for social workers centers on ethical and legal issues. The book includes critical information regarding the systems and organizations in which social workers practice; the nature of the relationship between social workers and clients/consumers/communities; planning, contracting, and strategizing functions; intervention techniques using advocacy, brief work, case management, and group work; and evaluation. Armed with this knowledge, social workers have the ability to intervene as advocates as well as to evaluate their work and their clients' progress.
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Number of pages: 455
Weight: 751 g
Dimensions: 230 x 163 x 30 mm
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