Working in social work: growing and thriving in human services practice
Working in Social Work is designed to help readers understand the dynamics at play in work environments. It focuses specifically on issues that are addressed on a daily basis by social workers and other human services professionals, such as the commitment to provide services to clients while remaining accountable to the public.
The author is concerned with culture, ethnicity, personality and conflict in the workplace, as well as with careers and professionalism, collegial relationships, roles and role conflicts. Each chapter includes an extensive bibliography and a set of exercises designed to promote self study and analysis.
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NASWNC Lending Library - General Social Work Practice - NASWNC.org
... Robert J., phd - 1987 - NASW; Working in Social Work: Growing and Thriving in Human Services Practice - Lauffer, Armand - 1987 - Sage Publications ...
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