Developing Fieldwork Skills: A Guide for Human Services, Counseling, and Social Work Students

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Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 1997 - Business & Economics - 127 pages
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Where do I fit in the organization? How can I deal effectively with my supervisors? How do I handle legal and ethical issues? These are some of the most pressing issues interns face when they make the transition from the classroom to the "real world." The authors succeed in creating a book that is thought-provoking and invaluable to human services, counseling, and social work students. The authors draw upon their years of extensive experience--Chiaferi as a psychotherapist and Griffin as a clinical social worker--to provide a first-hand, humanistic, and personable approach to the fieldwork course, effectively addressing the fears and anxieties common to individuals at various stages in their practicum experience.

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About the author (1997)

Michael Griffin is Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy and Classics at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. He is co-editor of the series Ancient Commentators on Aristotle and editor of the volumes in that series on Olympiodorus' "Life of Plato and Lectures on Plato's First Alcibiades".

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