Social Work Practice: Concepts, Processes, and Interviewing

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Columbia University Press, 2006 - Social Science - 311 pages
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Social Work Practice presents concise, ""bottom line"" information on how to interview clients. The interview is the medium through which much of social work practice takes place -- from it flow decisions about assessments and implementations and with it begins the relationship between practitioner and client, perhaps the most crucial determinant of outcome. Social Work Practice synthesizes the latest information from contemporary theory and research in social work and related fields that contribute to practitioners' competence in the social work interview. It then ties these de.

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Marion Bogo is professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto. She is the coauthor of The Practice of Field Instruction in Social Work: Theory and Process and of numerous articles published in professional journals.
Marion Bogo is Professor and Sandra Rothman Chair in Social Work, Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto. She is the co-author of The Practice of Field Instruction in Social Work: Theory and Process (University of Toronto Press/Columbia University Press).

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