Spirituality in Social Work Practice: Narratives for Professional Helping
Sonia Leib Abels
Love Publishing Company, 2000 - Social Science - 131 pages
Helps students and professionals in social work to link their own experiences with others'. This book shows the meaning of being a social worker in a context of spiritual helping. It helps social workers to understand both success and failure. It presents reflective inquiry questions at the end of each narrative.
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